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Bill Sproule

'70

Bill Sproule’s expertise in transportation—and a love of history and rail transportation—led to a book on local streetcars, just published. Sproule was prepping for a presentation on the book at Michigan Tech’s Alumni Reunion when he stopped by to discuss the rewards and challenges of producing a book with some 200 photographs. It’s a labor of love with a serendipitous beginning. “A former Hancock school teacher and rail . . .

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Russell Gronevelt

'69

Russell Gronevelt’s commitment to Michigan Tech runs long and deep. His service to Tech began as a civil engineering undergraduate, when he was active in the Sigma Rho fraternity and the intra-fraternity council and service on the Student Judiciary. Once settled into his career, he served two terms on the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Professional Advisory Committee, and the Executive Committee for the CEE . . .

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Christopher Marr

'00

It’s common advice: the best way to make a living is to find a way to get paid to do what you love. But few people actually make it to that point. Count Michigan Technological University alumni Chris Marr ’00 and Jason Manders ’00 among those lucky enough to be able to claim they’ve done just that. Together, Marr and Manders founded Trail Genius, a web-based service that combines video and GPS data to create interactive . . .