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Ronald Pasquinelli

'59

Ronald Pasquinelli completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1959 and later earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Golden Gate University. In 1960 Mr. Pasquinelli was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineering Corp. During his military service he was a project manager and company commander with U.S. Naval Construction Forces in the western Pacific. . . .

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William Winiarski

'73

William Winiarski came to Michigan Tech because of "its singularity of purpose" - engineering. When he left Tech, he became a singular success, but he never envisioned the accomplishments he achieved. A native of Chesaning, Michigan, Winiarski graduated from Michigan Tech in 1973 with a bachelor's in civil engineering. College was "tough sledding," he says, but his Tech education prepared him "very . . .

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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 . . .