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Mr. William C. Verrette, a 1961 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is President of Champion Incorporated. Bill is also Chairman of the Board of Herman Gundlach, Inc. of Houghton, MI, and of Charter, Inc. of Ishpeming, MI. Mr. Verrette is a National Director of the Associated General Contractors of America and a past president of the Michigan Chapter of the Associated General Contractors. He is a past chair . . .
Mr. Philip Youngs completed a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1957. He then went on to obtain a master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Michigan in 1958. Youngs retired as President Emeritus of McNamee Porter & Seeley, Inc. of Ann Arbor, Michigan, a full-service architectural & engineering design and consulting firm. He joined the firm in 1960 after serving two years of active . . .
Bernie Alkire completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1961. After graduation, he served for two years in the US Army as a Lieutenant and then five years with the Michigan Department of State Highways as a Highway and Bridge Design Engineer before going on to earn an MS and PhD in civil engineering at Michigan State. He returned to Michigan Tech in 1971 as an Instructor . . .