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Thomes Healy

'65

Tom Healy came to Michigan Tech from Grand Rapids and earned his baccalaureate in civil engineering in 1965. Following graduation, he returned to Grand Rapids and joined Owen-Ames-Kimball (O-A-K) Co. as a project engineer. He was named to the Board of Directors in 1976 and was elected President of the Company in 1988. At O-A-K, he has been project engineer, superintendent, and coordinator of several major projects including . . .

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Harland Couillard

'75

Harland Couillard completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1975.  Following graduation he joined Upper Peninsula Concrete Pipe Company as a production engineer. He presently serves there as Vice President and Senior Engineer. He also serves as Vice President of U.P. Rubber Company and Vice President of Little Bay Concrete Company, a subsidiary of U.P. Concrete Pipe Company.  . . .

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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 . . .