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Raymond Satterley

Raymond D. Satterley


Retired General Manager of Iron Mines and Vice President of several mining subsidiaries after serving 43 years with Inland Steel in Ishpeming, MI; Superintendent, Greenwood Mine; General Superintendent, Iron Ore Mines; General Manager, Iron Ore Mines; Vice President and General Manager of Caland Ore Co. Ltd., Inland’s Canadian Subsidiary; Assigned by International Executive Service Corps to work in Tunisia with a phosphate operator; Director, Society of Mining Engineers; Member, AIME, and awarded to Legion of Honor; . . .

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Leslie W. Pullen

Leslie W. Pullen


Retired President, Mining & Marketing Consultants, Inc.

Leslie Pullen received a BS in Mining Engineering in 1942 from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology. He is a registered professional engineer in seven states.

After graduation, he served as a First Lieutenant in the 341st engineer regiment of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. His regiment constructed 256 miles of the Alaskan Highway in Canada. In October 1943, his regiment embarked for England and landed in France in 1944, with the mission of railroad . . .

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Louis A. Panek

Dr. Louis A. Panek


Retired Mining Research Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Mines; Rock Mechanics Consultant; MS in Mining Engineering and Ph.D. in Engineering, Columbia University; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Liaison officer in Burma, WWII; Manager of Ground Control Research and Senior Scientist, U.S.B.M.; Internationally recognized leader in underground mine rock mechanics; Several awards including the Bureau of Mines Invention Award; James S. Westwater Chair in Mining Engineering; Conducted field measurement course at Michigan Tech Experimental Mine; SME, AIME, Sigma . . .

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C. Mark Rabagliati

C. Mark Rabagliati


Mark transferred to Michigan Tech after obtaining a Diploma in Mining Technology from Haileybury School of Mines in Ontario and received his BS in Geological Engineering in 1969. Since this time, Mark has worked in industry beginning with junior Canadian companies and major international companies working up to a geological exploration consultant with Hunter Dickinson Group.

He is currently President of his own company, Rebagliati Geological Consulting, Ltd. where he made his most recent discovery, the new Pebble . . .

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Dino H. Pirolo

Dino H. Pirolo


Dino H. Pirolo received a BS degree with honors in Mining Engineering from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology in 1953. While in college, he was active in several campus organizations including Tau Beta Pi, the Newman Club, and AIME.

Dino started his career in 1953 with the Inland Steel Company. He worked as an engineer in the Ishpeming general office, and was assigned to an exploration program for the company’s Caland Ore Project in Atikokan, . . .