Bregar, journalist at Crain’s Plastics News, dies at 58
Bill Bregar, who spent 31 years reporting on the plastics industry, died April 5 of an apparent heart attack at age 58.
A story in Plastics News states, “Bregar was a plastics industry star, known for his extensive industry knowledge and long list of sources and friends.
“He joined Plastics News as a staff reporter shortly before the publication’s launch in 1989. His beats changed a few times, but Bregar is best known for his years of experience covering plastics machinery. Initially he covered building and construction, and he has long been one of the publication’s experts on injection molding, thermoforming and rotational molding. He was promoted to senior reporter in 1996.
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