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Catherine Dummer McRae

Catherine Dummer McRae

'83

Cathy began her career at Shell Oil Company in the Michigan Basin Development Engineering - Production Department. One of her many duties included qualifying as an expert geological engineering witness at a proration hearing which lasted over two years. Cathy then joined the South Texas Development Engineering - Production Department as Process Manager for on-shore well drilling and planning, and is a member of the Property Acquisition Evaluation Team. While in this position, she made . . .

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John Beitzel

John Beitzel

'61

After obtaining employment with Atlantic Richfield as a research geophysicist, John assumed positions with increasing responsibility. Eventually he became Vice President of Technology "with barely enough power (he claims) to prod the exploration portion of the company into the twentieth century with regard to computer applications." He then became Vice President of Exploration for the Eastern United States focusing primarily on the Gulf of Mexico Basin, on- and off-shore, where early goals were always exceeded.

John served on . . .

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Ernest C. Kemp

Ernest C. Kemp

'41

While enrolled at Michigan Technological University, Ernie Kemp enrolled in the first class of the Civil Pilot training program. He then became a flight instructor and flew many wartime flights over the Himalayas in World War II. After the war he returned to Michigan Tech and received his B.S. in Geology in 1941. He was then hired to teach geology here. In 1946 he moved to the new Sault Ste. Marie branch of Michigan Tech (now . . .

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Michael T. Reblin

Michael T. Reblin

'68

During Mike's 26 years with Unocal his job titles and duties included: Geophysicist in Indonesia and California; Area Geophysicist covering the offshore of southern California; Senior Geophysicist in the Alaska district; District Geophysicist coordinating all geophysical activities in Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and southern California; District Geophysicist in Midland, Texas directing all Unocal geophysical activities in the Permian Basin; Regional Geophysicist responsible for the southwestern region; Geophysical Consultant for the Texas/Southeast region development group; and Seismic . . .

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Albert A. Mathews

Albert A. Mathews

'36

Retired President, Al Mathews Corp.
Former President, A.A. Mathews, Inc.

Albert Mathews received a BS, with honors, in Mining Engineering in 1936 from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology. He is a registered professional engineer in nine states.

Al had a diversified career in the mining and construction industries before starting his own consulting firm in Arcadia, CA in 1953. A.A. Mathews, Inc. specialized in heavy construction projects including the Pennsylvania Turnpike tunnels, underground powerhouses in Oroville, CA, Churchill Falls, Labrador, . . .