Kloeckner Metals

Retired with Kloeckner: Bill Partalis Retires After 15 Years as CEO of Kloeckner

Posted by Christopher Myers on Dec 19, 2017 10:00:00 AM

It is the end of the year, and also the end of an era at Kloeckner Metals. Bill Partalis is retiring after 15 years as CEO of Kloeckner Metals Corporation and 34 years with the company. He has directed the company through many changes and amazing growth. Along the way, he has made a lot of friends. 

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Retired With Kloeckner: Raymond Metherell

Posted by Vivian Lainez on Sep 19, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Driver Completes 20 Plus Years Of Safe Driving

Truck driver Raymond Metherell is retiring after over 20 years of accident and citation free driving with Kloeckner Metals. He takes great pride in his safe driving record, for which he has received many awards. Raymond started at Kloeckner in 1996 and was driving a truck even before that.

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Retired with Kloeckner: John Hall

Posted by Steven Nghe on Apr 18, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Underneath a moose, a few deer, and several other hunting trophies, John Hall finished his career with Kloeckner in an office just 300 feet from where he started 52 years prior. In 1965, John had just graduated from a local business college when he started working as a service clerk for Edgcomb Steel of New England in Nashua, New Hampshire. His responsibilities included delivering the mail, distributing documents, and keeping the paper supplies stocked. After a few other jobs in inventory management, he managed to make the jump to sales.

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Retired with Kloeckner: Jack Delaney

Posted by Steven Nghe on Apr 4, 2017 10:00:00 AM

This past December, Jack Delaney retired after 51 years with Kloeckner Metals. Staying with a company for that long is rare, especially these days when many people will end up at seven or eight different companies throughout their life. Jack attributes some of the reason for staying with Kloeckner all these years as a little bit of luck and always having opportunities within the company.

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