Paul Williams '61
Paul Williams is a graduate of Negaunee High School and the only member of his family to attend college. He graduated from Michigan Tech with a BSEE in 1961 and spent most of his career in the aerospace industry with Hughes Aircraft. Paul credits Michigan Tech with changing his life forever by creating career opportunities he never thought possible. In 2011, Paul . . .
Trygve Ivesdal joined Raytheon Company in Wayland, Massachusetts, as an electronic design engineer. With the beginning of the microelectronics era, he moved to Raytheon’s Semiconductor Division in Mountain View, California. In 1966, he moved to Melbourne, Florida, and was part of the start-up of what today is known as Harris Semiconductor. . . .
H. Paul Gay'70
(Howard) Paul Gay earned the degree Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1970. Following graduation Paul worked in Chicago for Underwriters Laboratories and Northrop Hallicrafters. He then moved to California’s Silicon Valley where he obtained his degree MSEE/CS from University of Santa Clara in 1977 while . . .
Mr. Putnam began his career at Clark Controller Company in 1950. He attended Cleveland-Marshall Law School evenings and earned a J.D. law degree in 1955 becoming General and Patent Counsel for the Clark Controller Company. In 1963, Charlie began his career with Whirlpool Corporation as a Patent Attorney. After holding several key executive positions, he was elected . . .
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