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James Townley'72, '71
Mr. James Townley completed baccalaureate degrees in civil engineering and business administration in 1971 and went on to earn a master's degree in civil engineering in 1972. He has been President of Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr, & Huber of Grand Rapids, Michigan since 1993, a company offering civil, environmental and architectural design and consulting services with . . .
F. William Baxandall'59
Bill Baxandall completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1959. His academic career was interrupted in 1955 by two years of service in the U.S. Army, Mountain and Cold Weather Training Command. Upon returning to Michigan Tech, he transferred from electrical engineering to his destiny in civil engineering. Following graduation, he joined the US Forest . . .
Mr. Burd Hikes, a 1949 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is the retired president of Lakeside Equipment Corporation. Burd began his career as a sanitary engineer with the Pacific Flush Tank Company. In 1959, he became vice president of Lakeside Engineering Corporation and was elected president in 1970, a position he has held until his recent retirement. . . .