John S. Whittington grew up near Columbus Indiana. He is an entrepreneur and is actively involved in many of his start-up ventures and partnerships. These ventures include businesses in the fields of transportation, renewable fuels and real estate.
Mr. Whittington is Vice-president of Grammer Industries, in Grammer, IN. Grammer specializes in the safe transportation of a variety of hazardous materials. He also holds the position of President of Vickery Transportation a hazardous liquid waste treatment and disposal trucking company. He’s the co-owner of Van Wert Terminal LLC, a rail to truck transfer facility and liquid storage terminal. His other main venture is as co-owner and Vice president of Integrity Biofuels, Central Indiana’s first Biodiesel Plant located in Morristown, IN just east of Indianapolis.
Mr. Whittington graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in Agricultural Business Management in 1996. He is an active member of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) and the National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC). Mr. Whittington was recently Chairman of the Indiana Motor Truck Association (IMTA) and he is currently the Chairman of the Agricultural Food Transporters Conference of the ATA. His local involvement includes a board seat on the Bartholomew County Consolidated School Foundation.
He and his wife Lynn reside in Columbus, Indiana. They have two children Stillman and Alexandria.