A church van, perhaps?
There's a moving company called Alaska Orient
Publication: Defense Transportation Journal
Publication Date: 01-AUG-07
Delivery: Immediate Online Access
Jim DiJulio, Sr., lifetime member of the NDTA, passed away at the age of 103 years. He was born on Easter Sunday, April 3, 1904, in Black Diamond, Washington. Jim traveled extensively for work and sometimes for pleasure. His career as manager of Lincoln Moving & Storage and his initiation of moving service to Alaska and consequent development of Alaska Orient Van Lines
took him north many times and often into freezing weather. Jim was known for his generous spirit, moving furniture (free of charge) for the nuns, priests, and friends in his parish. Jim and his wife, Masina, did a lot of walking before they could ever afford a car. Later in his life, Jim enjoyed long walks, taking on as many as five miles a day. He will be deeply missed. We send our deepest sympathies to Jim's family and friends.