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About Aisling Truck Academy in White City, OR

Donal Logue, Actor, Writer and Director made the rather impulsive decision in 2010 to attend Truck Driving School in Central Point Oregon.  The school was managed and operated by Bud and Cathy Williams and soon a strong friendship was formed between the three.  In 2011 the decision was made to start a trucking company of their own and Aisling Trucking LLC was born.  Aisling, (pronounced ash-ling) in Irish Gaelic means 'dream or vision,' a very appropriate name for the partnership. 


Our First Over the Road Trip! 2/27/2012

​Bud and Cathy hit the road in a 1995 Long-nosed Peterbilt, Donal jumped in when he was not filming and Aisling Trucking soon became a success.  The Trucking Company currently has 5 trucks and employs 8 drivers and is doing very well, but Bud and Cathy really missed instructing new drivers towards their dream of obtaining their Class A CDL.  In the spring of 2014 the decision was made to add Aisling Truck Academy to the trucking company.  

Bud Williams is well known locally in Southern Oregon, Northern California, and Arizona for his excellent teaching methods, skill, and ability to instruct individuals from all walks of life, educational backgrounds and skill levels. Bud has enjoyed over 20 years of training and many successful truck drivers owe their career to his dedication and hard work. 

Cathy Williams started her Commercial Driver Instruction career in 2007 and enjoys the diversity of teaching students skills associated with backing, vehicle inspections and, all areas of driver training.  Cathy especially enjoys watching students grow in their skill and confidence levels and also helps student with job placement.

Bud and Cathy are also former 3rd party CDL Examiners for the State of Oregon and possess the knowledge and skills to help prepare students to pass their CDL Tests.  But it's much more than that.  Students need to be prepared to embark on their new career as Truck Drivers.  The training emphasis is placed on the career, not the state test.