Three tow truck operator (private property) licenses set to expire during November in Tarrant County


Three tow truck operator (private property) licenses held by individuals from Tarrant County are set to expire during November, according to data from the DSHS Professional Licensing and Certification Unit.

The DSHS Professional Licensing and Certification Unit consists of twenty-three regulatory programs. The programs evaluate and issue credentials, administer examinations, monitor continuing education activities, conduct complaint investigations, impose disciplinary sanctions, and otherwise regulate a variety of health professions and related facilities in the State of Texas.

The licenses listed in the table below will expire in November if they are not renewed.

Tow truck operator (private property) licenses set to expire in Tarrant County during November
Name
License No.
Expiration Date
Nicholas J. Utter
47774
Nov. 26
Kenneth W. Morgan Jr.
4102
Nov. 22
Anthony A. Viechweg
47623
Nov. 7

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