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Dale Deibel

'74

Dale Deibel, P.E. is currently the chief operating officer at Spicer Group, Inc. – an engineering, surveying, and planning firm with 150 employees and offices in Saginaw, Detroit, Caro, St. Johns, and Tempe, Arizona. He completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1974 and obtained his P.E. registration in 1978. After graduating from Michigan Tech, Dale worked briefly for Elk Grove Engineering in Illinois. . . .

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Rob Petroelje

'74

Mr. Rob Petroelje is the founder and CEO of V3 Companies. He completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech and is a Registered Professional Engineer in a number of states. Following his graduation in 1974, Mr. Petroelje was employed by HNTB Corporation as a highway engineer on several interstate highway projects. In 1976, he joined McDonough Associates as a project engineer on the Chicago Tunnel . . .

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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 . . .