Title: Board Chair
Company: Beaver County Industrial Museum
Location: Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States
Donald Robert Inman, board chair of the Beaver County Industrial Museum, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nonprofit ventures.
Mr. Inman has cultivated a fulfilling career as a multi-faceted professional, leveraging more than six decades of experience. Now retired from full-time work, he acts as the board chair for the Beaver County Industrial Museum, where he has operated since 1985. The museum is well-regarded for serving as a repository for artifacts and memories that helped shape Beaver County, Pennsylvania, throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Mr. Inman previously worked with the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation as a master electrician from 1960 to 2001. In his other civic-minded endeavors, he has remained active as the vice president of the Patterson Township Board of Commissioners since 2014.
Adjacent to his primary vocational pursuits, Mr. Inman is similarly well-regarded for his creative output. Over the course of his career, he has authored several historical works, including his 1999 book, “Portraits in Steel, an Illustrated History of the Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation.” As part of his work in the field, he earned several pertinent certifications, including in electronics and as a museum specialist. Having long been fascinated with his own family’s heritage and the history of his home, Mr. Inman naturally gravitated towards his work as a local historian, and he is similarly proud of his work in the steel industry. In the coming years, he looks forward to continuing the legacy of his community at the museum.
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