1998 marked the centennial anniversary of Kennedy Tank & Manufacturing Company. In 1898, Patrick Washington Kennedy, an expert journeyman boilermaker, began repairing boilers and fabricating steel products under his own name. In about 1915, his son, William E. Kennedy, joined the company and steered the manufacturing side of the business toward gasoline tanks for filling stations for the automobile. Underground and aboveground tanks for fueling automobiles and boiler repair were staples for Kennedy Tank for the next fifty years. In 1937, William E. Kennedy Sr. opened Southern Tank and Manufacturing Co., Inc. in Owensboro, Kentucky to complement Kennedy Tank and to pursue tank business in the southern region of the Midwest.

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