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Christine received her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, with honors, in 1982 from Michigan Technological University. She has held numerous engineering positions, including Project Engineer for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Project Manager for HNTB Corporation, Assistant Department Manager-Transportation for Graef, Anhalt, Schloemer amp; . . .
Lee Bernson completed a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1965. From there he worked as a Highway Engineer for the State of Colorado in Denver. In 1969 he was employed by Western Concrete Products Co. of Cadillac, Michigan and rose to the position of Executive Vice President. In 1976 he became co-owner of Mathisen Tree Farms, Inc. in Greenville, Michigan. . . .
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, . . .