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Jon Usle

BCM Authors are the dedicated individuals who contribute their expertise and passion to Bus Conversion Magazine. These talented writers and enthusiasts play a vital role in sharing their knowledge, tips, and insights on bus conversion, allowing readers to embark on their own transformative journeys. Whether they're seasoned experts or enthusiastic newcomers, BCM Authors are a diverse community that comes together to inspire, educate, and foster a sense of community among bus conversion enthusiasts. Their articles serve as a valuable resource, offering guidance, inspiration, and a shared love for the art of converting buses into unique and extraordinary homes on wheels.

Jon Usle

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Jon Usle is 57 years old. At the age of 26, he purchased an old school bus to convert into a camper. Three months later, he and his wife became school bus drivers. Jon immersed himself in everything bus-related he could get his hands on, becoming a genuine Bus Nut. His knowledge of buses and bus operations opened many doors of opportunity and advancement. Jon worked his way up the ladder from bus driver to supervisor/trainer to general manager, through it all maintaining his Class B and school bus certificate.

In 2001, Jon stepped away from management to have more free time. He went back to driving school buses with his wife. When not “playing with buses,” Jon is an avid railfan. He also volunteers his time between rescuing and transporting Siberian Huskies and volunteering for his local search and rescue team.

Jon Usle can be reached at
jusle@aol.com

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