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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. . . .
Mr. David P. Post, a 1956 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Senior Vice President with the Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Upon graduation, he joined Bethlehem Steel as a member of the Loop management training program and a short time later was named a salesman in the Chicago district. As he progressed through the organization, he held the positions . . .
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, . . .