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Ron Staley

'77, '80

Ronald Staley, who earned an associate’s degree in civil engineering technology in 1977 and a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1980, has high praise for Michigan Tech. “I learned how to study hard,” he recalls, “and I remember working hard. I wouldn’t be where I am today without Michigan Tech.”

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George Hermanson

'75, '73

George Hermanson completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering 1973 and his master’s degree in 1975. He is Senior Vice-President and Principal of Hole Montes, Inc. in Naples, Florida, a 135-person consulting engineering firm specializing in civil and environmental engineering. Mr. Hermanson has been with Hole Montes for 23 years and a principal and shareholder for 10. During that time he has overseen major . . .

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Debra Larson

'78, '81

Debra graduated from Michigan Tech with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 1978 and followed it up with a master’s degree in civil engineering in 1981. She hails from Ishpeming and is fond of her Yooper roots. Her professional career includes stints with private engineering and manufacturing companies in Arizona, Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Wisconsin from 1981 until 1989.  Then in 1994 she . . .