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Frank Townsend was born and raised in the Panama Canal Zone. He had never seen snow until he arrived at Michigan Tech in the fall of 1958. At Michigan Tech, he was active in the Army ROTC as Captain of the rifle team, battalion adjutant, and a Distinguished Military Graduate. He was a 4 year varsity rifle team letterman, and was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He earned his baccalaureate . . .
Ron Staley'77, '80
Ronald Staley, who earned an associate’s degree in civil engineering technology in 1977 and a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1980, has high praise for Michigan Tech. “I learned how to study hard,” he recalls, “and I remember working hard. I wouldn’t be where I am today without Michigan Tech.”
William F. Marshall completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1969. He is Vice President of Engineering and Development of MearsGroup, Inc., an international engineering and construction service provider to the pipeline industry with over 500 employees. Mr. Marshall joined Mears in 1989 as Director of Engineering; he assumed the role of Vice President of Engineering in 1994, and his current role as Vice . . .