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Kerry Irons'72, '73
Why did you choose Michigan Tech? I was interested in skiing, and wanted a good engineering school. Tell us about a memorable experience you had with a class or about a favorite professor? I enjoyed racing bicycles on a team with my thermodynamics professor (Davis Hubbard) and two other chemical engineering students. . . .
Mr. George Miller, a native of Monroe, Michigan, received a BS in Chemical Engineering in 1959. While at Michigan Tech, he was a member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity and active in the AIChE Student Chapter. Upon graduation, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and assigned to Keester Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi and finally to Headquarters 8th Air Force in . . .
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, . . .