Our Staff

Don MacKenzie
President

Don does it all to get you from roadside to roadway. He can help you with minor truck refurbishing or with a complete bumper-to-bumber truck refurbishing project. He not only helps you reach your end goal of a good-looking and smooth-running truck, but he will take care of all the important details to get you there. He will order your parts, take care of the paperwork, make sure your items are crated properly and arrange for local delivery. He is there for you from your refurbishing project’s beginning to its end.

Jim Livingstone, General Manager
Parts Department

Count on Jim to find the part you need for your heavy-duty truck. As a former truck driver, Jim hates downtime as much as our clients. He understands how important it is to find the right heavy-duty truck part as quickly as possible and get an inoperable truck back on the road. Jim has completed a heavy-duty truck parts inventory course, and he puts everything he has learned to use everyday helping Fraser Valley Truck Parts clients.

Steve Lord, Parts Associate
Parts Department

Steve knows trucks. He has worked in the transportation industry for most of his life. He has experience as a shipper, long-haul driver, owner/operator and a lease operator. Needless to say, he has a solid understanding of many different types of vehicles and the engines that keep them in service. If you need a part, talk to Steve. He enjoys helping Fraser Valley Truck Parts many different clients save time and money.

Shawn Fortune, Tire Technician
Wheels & Tires Department

Need help finding the right tire and wheels package? Talk to Shawn. He is our resident wheel and tire expert and has the paperwork to prove it. He has completed the Tire Repair & Service Program from Vancouver Island University (Malaspina College) and holds a medium truck tire repair certificate and a Welding Level C Certificate, in addition to over 31 years of wheel and tire experience. When it comes to wheels and tires, there is a lot to know and Shawn and can help you make the right decisions.