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Linda McInally

'79

Linda McInally earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1979.  Linda’s career with Dow Corning spanned 30 years centered on operations, with positions in process engineering, product development, finance and most recently, several roles in manufacturing leadership. 

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Manila Shaver

'55

Major General Manila G. Shaver was drafted into the army in 1950, volunteered for the airborne and was assigned to the 675th Field Artillery Battalion, 11th Airborne Division. He left the service in 1953 as a Sergeant and resumed his college career. He graduated from Michigan Tech in 1955 and was commissioned in the Field Artillery. After leaving active service, he stayed in the Army Reserves. His last assignment was . . .

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Dennis Clifford

'63

Dr. Dennis A. Clifford a Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Houston and 1963 graduate of Michigan Tech, Dr. Dennis Clifford conducts research and teaches courses in Water Chemistry and Physical-Chemical Treatment Processes. He is a Professional Engineer with more than thirty years of experience in water and soil treatment focusing on the removal of inorganic and radioactive contaminants. Upon . . .