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Distinguished Engineer Photo: Henry H. Meredith, Jr.
Henry H. Meredith, Jr.

Henry H. Meredith, Jr.

Distinguished Engineer



Mechanical Engineering – 1939



At Time of Nomination in 1974

Henry Meredith, born in 1915, in Cleburne, Texas, received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Texas Tech University in 1939.

After graduation, Mr. Meredith worked with a conservation and reclamation district, an oil field equipment manufacturing company, and an ammunition manufacturing company.

Now the coordinator of environmental conservation in the public affairs department of the Exxon Corporation, he deals with environmental problems arising from company operations, from legislation, and from the public’s use of company products.

Mr. Meredith is chairman of the Air and Refinery Effluent Subcommittee of the Texas Mid–Continent Oil and Gas Association. He holds memberships on the Technical Advisory Committee of the staff of the Texas Air Control Board; on the Committee on Air and Water Conservation of the Texas Manufacturers’ Association; on the Air and Water Conservation Division of the Houston Chamber of Commerce; and on the Committee on Environmental Quality of the National Association of Manufacturers. He has been accorded the status of Fellow by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

His other professional memberships are in the Air Pollution Control Association, the Water Pollution Control Federation, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. A member of Tau Beta Pi, he is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas.

Texas Tech University awards Henry Meredith the status: DISTINGUISHED ENGINEER.

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