Dec. 11, 2013

Former SRI President Heenan Dies at 65

William M. Heenan, Jr., former president of the Steel Recycling Institute, has passed away at age 65. He was president of SRI from 1990 through 2010. He earned the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Steel Market Development Institute in 2013.

“Bill was a tireless and devoted leader in the steel industry—building SRI from the ground up and establishing steel as the world’s most recycled material. We are forever grateful for the lasting impact Bill had on our industry and send our deepest sympathy to his family,” says Thomas Gibson, president and CEO of the American Iron and Steel Institute, the parent organization of SMDI and SRI.

Before heading up the recycling group, Heenan was a general manager of tin mill products for U.S. Steel Corp. He was a lifetime board member of the National Recycling Coalition, served as a board member of Keep America Beautiful Inc. and was co-chairperson of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful.


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