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Richard Crannell


Mr. Richard H. Crannell (RC) is President/CEO, R.C. Associates, Inc. of Saginaw, Michigan. Richard, a native of Saginaw, Michigan, earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1965. Upon graduation, Crannell obtained a survey crew chief position with the Michigan Department of Transportation. Because of his education and eagerness to learn, RC quickly advanced to the role of an MDOT office . . .

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James Jabara


Mr. James M. Jabara, a 1950 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is owner of J.M.J. Properties, a real estate development and management firm in Plymouth, MI. After graduation, James entered the U.S. Army. He left the Army in 1953 and began working at Commonwealth Associates, Inc. as a structural steel designer. In 1956 he went to Williams and Works in Sanitary Engineering. From 1959 to 1976 he was involved with . . .

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David Gustafson


David Gustafson was born and raised in the Copper Country and came to Michigan Tech following his graduation from Hancock High School in 1957. He earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1961. Following graduation, he worked for Bergeron & Lang Consulting Engineers in New Orleans and continued his graduate study in structural engineering at Tulane University where he earned his doctoral degree in 1967. . . .