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James W. Guider

James W. Guider

'37

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 Corp. and after completion of management . . .

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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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Suzanne Beske-Diehl

Suzanne Beske-Diehl

Sue started her academic career in Anthropology receiving her BA degree in 1967 from the University of Minnesota. She soon discovered her love and interest in Earth processes and in 1972 earned an MS in Geology from Western Washington University and a PhD in Geology with a concentration in Geophysics from The University of Wyoming in 1977. After graduating, Sue spent two years as a post-doc researcher at the University of Minnesota. In 1979, Sue and . . .

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Frank J. Klima

Frank J. Klima

'54

President, Superior Rock Bit Co. and F. J. Klima, Inc.; Mining engineer, Oliver Iron Mining Division, U.S. Steel Corporation, Minnesota; Started his own company, F. J. Klima, Inc., of Virginia, MN as an engineering, sales and management company; Founder and president of the Superior Rock Bit Co.; Promoted improved mining methods and developed new products for the benefit of the mining industry; Holds U.S. patents in “Adaptive Control for Rotary Drills,” “Method of Making and . . .

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Frank J. Klima

Frank J. Klima

'54

President, Superior Rock Bit Co. and F. J. Klima, Inc.; Mining engineer, Oliver Iron Mining Division, U.S. Steel Corporation, Minnesota; Started his own company, F. J. Klima, Inc., of Virginia, MN as an engineering, sales and management company; Founder and president of the Superior Rock Bit Co.; Promoted improved mining methods and developed new products for the benefit of the mining industry; Holds U.S. patents in “Adaptive Control for Rotary Drills,” “Method of Making and . . .