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Richard Lyon

'76

Richard Lyon, P.E. completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1976 and his Master of Business Administration at Saginaw Valley State in 1989. Following graduation he spent 3 years with Gilbert/Commonwealth Associates before joining MacMillan Associates, Inc. in 1979. Mr. Lyon is currently President of MacMillan Associates, a multi-disciplined consulting engineering company based in Bay . . .

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Charles Kellogg

'66

Charles (Jeff) Kellogg completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1966. He is the past President/CEO of Chateau Communities, Inc. of Englewood, Colorado. Chateau, Inc. is a self-administered and self-managed equity real estate investment trust and one of the largest owners/operators of manufactured housing communities in the United States; it is a public company and traded on the NYSE. Mr. Kellogg joined . . .

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F. William Baxandall

'59

Bill Baxandall completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1959. His academic career was interrupted in 1955 by two years of service in the U.S. Army, Mountain and Cold Weather Training Command. Upon returning to Michigan Tech, he transferred from electrical engineering to his destiny in civil engineering. Following graduation, he joined the US Forest Service as an engineer and spent the next 25 years in . . .