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Kyle Coonrod

Kyle Coonrod

Founder of Titan Towing

Kyle Coonrod started this business in February 2009 after about a year of preparation. Prior to that he worked for a local mortgage company, but after the collapse in 2007 he knew it was a matter of time before he would be out of a job. he had known for a long time that he eventually wanted to be self-employed and the timing just felt right since he was 25 at the time, not yet married, and had no kids. He have been always customer service oriented, loved working outside, and was passionate about cars.

Daniel “DJ” Altschul

Daniel “DJ” Altschul

Tow Truck Driver

Daniel Altschul grew up in Arlington, Texas and has been a driver at Titan Towing for just over since early 2016. What captures his interest most in working for Titan Towing is the firm belief of always doing the right thing. It’s the company’s dedication for putting the customer first and providing the best service possible that keeps DJ coming to work everyday. His most memorable moment was getting a great customer review after helping the customer recover her stolen vehicle from an apartment complex. He says “It’s rewarding to know that you can help bring an end to a very stressful day for a customer!”

 David Bruce

David Bruce

Tow Truck Driver

David Bruce grew up in Houston Texas and has been a tow truck driver for Titan Towing since April of 2018.  Everyday is new challenge and that is what makes working in the towing industry the most fun part of his job.  David really likes the family atomsphere that Titan Towing provides for its employees. “It makes coming to work everyday feel like the person next to me is counting on me and it’s rewarding to be doing my part.” Being in the industry for 9 years has given David many memorable tows during his career, but working in Houston after Hurricane Harvey really stands out as some of the most rewarding work he has ever done in a tow truck.

David “Jr.” Johnson

David “Jr.” Johnson

Tow Truck Driver

David Johnson grew up mostly in Arlington, Texas and has been a driver for Titan Towing for since May of 2018. What he really likes most about working at Titan Towing is the quality of communication provided throughout the business to ensure everything is at its best. He says “it all starts at the top with management and works its way down to the customer.” David’s most memorable towing moment was his first day on the job, being in a tow truck loaded down for the first time is pretty hard to forget. He is looking forward to creating many more memories with Titan!



(817) 804-0334
Fort Worth
817) 478-7201


Main Office:
326 N Bowen Rd #6
Arlington, Texas 76012

Impound Lot:
5213 Kaltenbrun Road
Fort Worth, Texas 76119

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