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steel castings company executive

William Wengerd Heimberger, American steel castings company executive. Recipient Benjamin G. Lamme Gold medal for engineering achievement Ohio State University, 1964.

Background

Heimberger, William Wengerd was born on July 20, 1894 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Harry Jacob and Sarah Evelyn (Wengerd) Heimberger.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering, Ohio State University, 1916.

Career

With, Buckeye Steel Castings Company, Columbus, from 1916;vice president operations, Buckeye Steel Castings Company, 1960-1962;president, general manager, Buckeye Steel Castings Company, 1963-1964;chairman of the board, Buckeye Steel Castings Company, 1964-1965;director, Buckeye Steel Castings Company. Vice-president, director State Savings Company, Columbus.

Membership

Member ferrous metallurgical advisory board cast armor Ordnance Department, World War II and Korea. Board directors Junior Achievement Columbus, Columbus Symphony Orchestra. Member Steel Founders Society of America (Technology and Operating medal 1963, chairman 1960 handbook committee), N.A.M. (past director), Columbus Industrial Association (past president), Ohio Manufacturers Association, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Columbus Chamber of C., American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Masons, Rotary, Clubs: Scioto Country, University (Columbus), Faculty (Ohio State University), Zanesville (Ohio), Rod and Gun.

Connections

Married Helen Reese, November 4, 1918. 1 child, Helen Jean Caldwell.

father:
Harry Jacob Heimberger

mother:
Sarah Evelyn (Wengerd) Heimberger

spouse:
Helen Reese

child:
Helen Jean Caldwell Heimberger