Rudy’s Courier was started by the late Rudy Campbell, with Janice Ryan taking over in 2020. Hear about our inspiring beginning and meet our team.
Rudy Campbell started his career in the courier industry as a driver for Andy’s Courier Company in 2013. In 2018 Rudy Campbell moved from courier driver to business owner through the acquisition of Andy’s Courier company from the owner. He aptly renamed it “Rudy’s Courier Service” and transitioned the business from a sole proprietorship to incorporation in June 2018.
“I want this business to go into the hands of someone who has the same level of heart, trustworthiness, and dedication to my customers as I have.”
Rudy wanted to be sure that his clients were well taken care of. In the spring of 2020, Rudy found contentment knowing that his good friend Janice Ryan was prepared to take the wheel. In October 2020, Rudy bid farewell to a company he had taken great pride in and wished his friend the very best of luck.
While some things about the company will change, Janice is committed to maintaining the same level of dedication & customer service that helped Rudy build the business to what it was. The core of her business model continues to reflect only the highest of standards and values envisioned by Rudy himself.
In honour of a dear friend and fellow service provider, Janice has kept the business name unchanged and the company’s new mascot, Rudi, was named after our legendary courier.
To borrow a line from the man himself, “Have I got a deal for you!”
Tim is our rock star! Literally! Originally from Rocky Harbour, Tim moved to Ontario after high school where he gained experience in both cold storage and reefer management and warehouse logistics with Canadian Tire’s distribution centers in Southern Ontario. He moved back to Corner Brook to explore his musical talents and fulfill his passion making awesome music with his band Big Talk Sam. Rock star at night, logistics coordinator with Rudy’s Courier by day!
Oral Mews is a MUN graduate and Army vet with experience at the Canadian Tire Distribution Center in Brampton, Ontario, the largest facility of its kind east of Winnipeg. He worked with the logistics of delivering freight from coast to coast, ensuring that the right freight arrived at the right place at the right time. Upon returning to NL he worked as a Creative Director for an advertising agency, before moving west to be with his childhood sweetheart. Oral would like his friends to know that because he works for a Courier, he is not making curry all day.
Terri Decker is originally from Parsons Pond and upon high school graduation moved to Ontario in 1997 where she worked with Walmart Logistics for 21 years. Prior to embarking on her career with Walmart she navigated the highways of Southern Ontario as a courier driver for an International shipping company. Terri moved back home in 2019 to be closer to her family.
Fun fact: All the team was pleasantly surprised to learn Terri and Tim attended the same high school in Cow Head. GO MUSTANGS GO!!!!!