Albert P. Heiner

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Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Albert Purnell Heiner (1915-2002) earned the Eagle Scout Award as a youngster, won the State Tennis Championship at age 16 and served as Student Body President of West High School. He graduated from the University of Utah where he served as Student Body President and earned an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Heiner spent 30 years with Kaiser Steel Corporation, the last 18 as Vice President, before retiring from his chosen field of Traffic and Transportation. Based on his experience, he wrote a
biography of industrialist Henry J. Kaiser. During his career he served as President of the American Society of Traffic and Transportation, the Transportation Club of San Francisco and the National Freight and Transportation Club. He served on the University of Utah National Advisory Council and the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California. He also served as President of the Oakland Symphony Association, the Junior Achievement of the East Bay and the University of Utah Alumni of Northern California.

Heiner was Executive Producer of
“The Great American Cowboy” that won the 1974 Academy Award for Best Feature Length Documentary. He co-founded the League to Save Lake Tahoe and co-created their well-known logo, “Keep Tahoe Blue”. He water skied on the lake into his seventies.

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