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Harry E. Roscoe

Harry E. Roscoe


Retired Manager, Canada Talc Industries; Mining Engineer with several Canadian mining companies including Noranda Mines (Noranda, Quebec), Kerr-Addison Gold Mines; Participated in exploration projects as a bush pilot and as geological assistant in the Northwest Territories with the Geological Survey of Canada; WWII service as a flying officer with The Royal Canadian Engineers and the R.C.A.F. as a pilot in the European Theater of Operations; Member, Michigan Tech Presidents Club, Lifetime Member of the

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John Beitzel

John Beitzel


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.

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Norman A. Moberg

Norman A. Moberg


Retired General Manager, U.S. Steel, Africa; Mining Engineer, Manager of Mining Engineering, Director of Mineral Development and Director of Lands and Minerals, Oliver Mining Company, Ishpeming, MI; Hull-Rust Mine, Minnesota Hibbing District; Served in the U.S. Navy during WWII; Director, Raw Materials Property, U.S. Steel, Pittsburgh, PA; Chairman and Managing Director of a green fields fluorspar venture; Several honors and awards including membership in the SME Legion of Honor and listing in Who’s Who

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James W. Guider

James W. Guider


Retired Assistant Vice President of Engineering, Bethlehem Steel Corporation

James W. Guider graduated with a BS in Mining Engineering from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology (MCM&T) in 1937. While Jim was in school, he was a member of ROTC, Student Council, AIME, Blue Key, and the Lode Staff.

Jim started his mining career, even before he attended MCM&T, as a miner and prospector in Ontario, Canada. After graduation, he was hired by Bethlehem Steel

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Charles G. Tebelman, Jr.

Charles G. Tebelman Jr.

'38, '38

Retired Assistant to Vice President of Administration, Bethlehem Steel Corporation

Charles Tebelman earned BS degrees in Mining Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering, with honors, from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology in 1938.

After graduation, he joined Bethlehem Steel Corporation as a candidate of their “Loop Course” management training program. In September, 1938, he was assigned as Foreman to the Bethlehem’s Limestone Quarry in Bridgeport, PA. In 1947, he was offered the position of Mining Engineer