Long-time ABC Companies board member dies
Frederick Dunikoski, who served on ABC Companies’ Board of Directors for the past 24 years, has died.
Dunikoski is a legend in the bus industry. He worked for Greyhound Bus Lines for 45 years starting his career as a clerk/typist in the New York City dispatch office and retiring as President and CEO in 1987. As a devoted industry champion he was active in numerous travel-related organizations, including the Phoenix Visitors and Convention Bureau, as well as civic organizations including the Devereux Center and Arizona State University’s Sun Dome Performing Arts Association. His contributions to the transportation industry are far reaching and will be long remembered.
“Fred’s impact on ABC and our industry is immeasurable,” said Dane Cornell, president and CEO, ABC Companies. “ABC and numerous organizations have benefited from his tireless and wide-ranging leadership over the past two decades. He will be greatly missed as a leader, a mentor and a friend.”