Simpson retires early from RHA
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ALBERT SIMPSON, the Road Haulage Association's Western district manager, has agreed to retire early, and leaves on Monday next week.
He has been with the RHA since he left the Nottingham City police force in 1959 to become assistant secretary of the East Midland area.
After four-and-a-half years, he became Southern area secretary, a post he held until two years ago, when the RHA's Winchester office was closed and the Southern area was merged into the South Eastern district, now run from Addlestone, Surrey, Mr Simpson's Bristol-based job is being taken over on April 1 by Bill Balgarnie, currently an army officer.