Charleston Gazette-Mail, Logan Banner – The president and CEO of the West Virginia Coal Association is retiring after a half-century of service to the coal industry and an indelible impact on the state’s coal legislation. Read the full article.
The West Virginia Coal Association announced Monday that Bill Raney would retire effective Jan. 1, 2021. Raney, 72, of Morgantown, served as the trade association’s president and CEO since 1992. He got started in the industry in 1970 as a surface mine inspector in the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Reclamation.
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