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Tom Irwin

'63, '66

Tom Irwin, soft-spoken and thoughtful, has “taken a leave of absence” from income-producing activities and redirected his energy to such pursuits as fly-fishing in the West, golf in the South, and travel around the world—when not tending to his volunteer duties on various boards and committees.

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Kenneth Noll

'59

Dr. Kenneth E. Noll, is a Professor and former Department Chair of Environmental Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology. Dr. Noll earned his baccalaureate degree from Michigan Tech in civil engineering with honor in 1959, did graduate work in meteorology as an Air Force Officer at the University of Wisconsin, and was awarded master's and doctoral degrees in civil engineering from the University of Washington. . . .

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Thomas Rentenbach

'32

Dr. Thomas J. Rentenbach, a 1932 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, was Chairman of the Board of Rentenbach Engineering Company. After graduation, Thomas entered the Army Corps of Engineers. He worked with the Corps until 1946, in the United States and on the Panama Canal. In 1946, he founded Rentenbach Engineering Company and served as General Manager until 1956, as President from 1956 to 1971, as Chairman . . .