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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 . . .
Christine earned her BS in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 2000. She is Research and Engineering Director, NA Baby and Child Care and Global Baby Wipes Product Development at Kimberly-Clark Corporation in Neenah, Wisconsin. At Kimberly-Clark, Christine leads teams in the end-to-end project management and product development for the HUGGIES®, . . .
Mr. Jerald A. Blumberg began his career at DuPont after earning a Chemical Engineering degree from Michigan Tech in 1960. He was named Director of the White Pigments and Mineral Products Division in 1983, was transferred to DuPont Japan Ltd. as President in 1985, and was named Vice President-International, responsible for all Asia Pacific Operations in 1987. . . .