School Bus Contractors

W.L. Roenigk Inc. wins women in business honor

Posted on July 14, 2014

SARVER, Pa. — School bus contractor W.L. Roenigk Inc. was recently named the No. 1 largest Pittsburgh area woman-owned business for 2014.

The company has 925 employees, according to President Susan Roenigk.

The list is compiled by and included in the Pittsburgh Business Times.

Also, Jeanne Roenigk, owner of W.L. Roenigk, celebrated 60 years with the company and in the school bus industry on June 2. That date also marks the 60th anniversary of her marriage to William Roenigk Sr., who founded the company.

“At age 82, she [Jeanne] still works every day in the main office in Sarver,” Susan Roenigk said.

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