Harold Stinnett was born in Chapel Hill
Tennessee. Harold was tenth
oldest to fifteenth brothers and sisters. They grew up in a two story log cabin
At the age of five Harold helped on the farm before and
To his mother, Maudie Louis Gulley Stinnett, Sunday church
was very important, never missing a day Harold attended with his family as he
remembers watching his mother as she sang. Mom must be where Harold got his
wonderful singing voice.
Harold’s dad was Herman McKinley Stinnett, being at the
young age 54 when Harold was born stood up for what he thought right or wrong.
Harold Stinnett worked on the family farm years after his parent’s
passed he decided to sale and move on.
Harold is a father, grandfather and a husband. He believes that
working smart is what a family man does. Harold became employed with Ryder and worked
as a Trailer Mechanic for twenty-seven years. Harold then moved on to Walbash
Southeastern as a Trailer Mechanic for twelve years and then McGriff
Transportation for five years.
That is how he became HS Trailer Repair, llc.
For Harold Stinnett, HS Trailer Repair is more than just
"business." It's the hopes, dreams and livelihood of the owner, the
owner's family, the employees, and to some extent the community where the
business operates, pays taxes and contributes in meaningful ways. Harold
believes that people are innately good. Without this belief and faith in
people, great owners are not possible.
Harold believes he does not work on his people, he
works with them; he enables and empowers them.
Harold believes that “empowerment”
comes from within, and has more to do with self-motivation and innate
talent than with the acceptance of authority.
Harold believes that all people have strengths which can be
made stronger, and that their weaknesses can be compensated to become
Most important Harold truly believes “No one man is perfect but a team can be”