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Robert Hackinson


Mr. Robert R. Hackinson, a native of Marquette, Michigan, earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1958. While an undergraduate, he was a member of Phi Kappa Tau and Phi Lambda Upsilon. After graduation he joined Marathon Corporation, where he worked in research and development on packaging materials. In 1965, Mr. Hackinson joined the Bemis Company at a subsidiary, Curwood Inc., a producer of specialty . . .

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Thomas Meinz


A native of Escanaba, Michigan, Mr. Meinz was awarded his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1969. He then began what is now a 37-year career with the WPS Resources Corporation, serving as a power plant engineer and an engineer for the Kewaunee, Wisconsin nuclear plant start-up. From 1974-1986 he held the position of Director of Environmental Services, and in 1986 was named Director of Power System Regulatory . . .

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Arthur Sigel


Mr. Arthur R. Sigel received a Chemical Engineering degree from Michigan Tech in 1965. He was a member of Sigma Rho fraternity and was active with the AIChE Student Chapter. Mr. Sigel joined Goodyear in 1965 as a Process Engineer. In 1969, he joined Michigan Chemical Company. In 1973 he relocated to El Dorado, Arkansas to become plant manager of Michigan’s bromine and brominated products facility. By 1979, he returned . . .