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Joseph Post


Mr. Joseph M. Post, a 1950 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Retired President and CEO of Roberts Sinto Corporation of Lansing, Michigan. Upon graduation, he became a resident engineer with J. and G. Daverman Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 1953, he joined the Planet Corporation of Lansing advancing from project engineer to sales engineer to division sales manager. He joined Roberts Corporation in . . .

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Marvin Sorvala


Mr. Marvin Sorvala, came to Michigan Tech from Bessemer, Michigan. He completed a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1972 and went on to attain a master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1973. Currently, he is President of Bonestroo, Rosene, Anderlik and Associates of St. Paul, Minnesota, a civil and architectural design company with an estimated annual sales of $25 million . . .

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Bonnie Klamerus

'91, '83

Civil Engineering Graduate Was a Leader on Hoover Dam Bypass Alumna Bonnie Klamerus is winding down duties associated with the hardest work she’s ever done: being the structures manager for a new bridge, completed late last year, that spans the Colorado River and links Arizona and Nevada, a quarter of a mile downstream from the grand and storied Hoover Dam.