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Linda Phillips

'84, '77

Linda D. Phillips earned a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering with honor in 1977 and a master's degree in civil engineering in 1984, both from Michigan Tech. While at MTU, she participated in ASCE student chapter, Chi Epsilon, Society of Women Engineers, and was counselor for the Women in Engineering program. After earning her BS, Linda joined Black & Veatch of Kansas City, Missouri as an estimator. In . . .

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Gerald Caspary

'43

Dean Gerald J. Caspary, a 1943 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, was Dean of Michigan Tech's School of Applied Technology and a Professor of Civil Engineering. Jerry was a faculty member in the Department of Civil Engineering from 1946 until 1965. He was made Head of the Department of Applied Technology in 1969 and became the first Dean of the School of Technology in 1975 - a position he held until he retired . . .

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Louis Verrette

'34

Mr. Louis C. Verrette, a 1934 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, was Chairman of the Board of Champion, Inc. of Iron Mountain, MI. After graduation, Louis worked as a Civil Engineer in the St. Louis area on highway construction projects. He returned to Iron Mountain in 1937 to accept a job with the Service and Supply Company. Mr. Verrette entered the Army Corps of Engineers in 1941 and was stationed at the Corps . . .