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O’Neal Industries promotes two executives

Mar 05, 2014 | 02:27 PM |

Tags  O'Neal Industries, O'Neal Steel, Holman Head, Stephen Armstrong, Bill Jones, Craft O'Neal, Catherine Ngai


NEW YORK — O’Neal Industries Inc. has made a number of executive changes, the company said March 5.

O’Neal Industries vice chairman Bill Jones will retire June 30 after 38 years’ service, the Birmingham, Ala.-based service center said.

“Bill’s impact on our company, industry and community has been immense,” O’Neal Industries chairman and chief executive officer Craft O’Neal said. “He was a key member of the team that would grow O’Neal Steel into one of the largest and most respected metals service centers in the country.”

Holman Head, president and chief executive officer of subsidiary O’Neal Steel, will take over as president and chief operating officer of O’Neal Industries effective April 1.

Head, who joined O’Neal Steel in 1980, has worked in sales, marketing, purchasing and product development, among other roles. In his new position, he will have direct responsibility for the marketing and business development department and the organization’s industrial metals group, which includes O’Neal Steel Inc., O’Neal Manufacturing Services, O’Neal Flat-Rolled Metals and Leeco Steel LLC.

Stephen Armstrong, vice president of administration at O’Neal Steel, will fill Head’s existing posts effective April 1.




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