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Richard Lyon


Richard Lyon, P.E. completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1976 and his Master of Business Administration at Saginaw Valley State in 1989. Following graduation he spent 3 years with Gilbert/Commonwealth Associates before joining MacMillan Associates, Inc. in 1979. Mr. Lyon is currently President of MacMillan Associates, a multi-disciplined consulting engineering company based in Bay . . .

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Kenneth Noll


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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Ronald Krump


Mr. Ron Krump came to Michigan Tech from Plymouth, Michigan and earned his baccalaureate in civil engineering in 1957. During his student years, he served three years on the Student Council, and chaired Winter Carnival. In addition, he was President of the Kappa Delta Psi Fraternity, President of the Inter-fraternity Council, and President of the Blue Key National Honor Fraternity. Following graduation, he served with . . .