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Peter J. Johnson

Peter J. Johnson

'58

President (CEO) and part owner of Hoover Construction Company, Virginia, Minnesota; Part owner and Director of Minnesota Explosives in Biwabik, Minnesota, as well as Mining Services Inc., in Virginia, Minnesota; Chairman of the Board of Michigan Limestone Operations in Rogers City, Michigan; Director of the Marshall H. and Nellie Allworth Memorial Fund; Director of the Queen City Federal Savings and Loan; Past President of the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota; Director of Minnesota Power; AIME, . . .

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C. Mark Rabagliati

William I. Boggs

'48

Bill graduated from Michigan Tech in 1948 with a B.S. in Geological Engineering. Upon graduation, he began working for The Atlantic Refining Co. on seismic exploration crews. In 1951 Bill switched gears from the oil industry to mining and became a mining engineer with Pickands Mather and Co. working on iron in Minnesota and Michigan. Four years later he moved to Allied Chemical Corp. in Syracuse, New York, where he held the titles of principal mining . . .

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Charles S. Knobloch

Charles S. Knobloch

'80

Graduating from Michigan Tech with the first “Faculty Citation” and a B.S. in Geophysics in 1980, Charles went on to spend 22 years in the oil and gas business with Conoco-DuPont, where he was awarded for advancements he made in imaging technology. He completed a law degree at the University of Houston and holds a diploma in International Law (Russia) from the University of San Diego. He has also studied European Law in Spain through the . . .

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Raymond Satterley

Raymond D. Satterley

'25

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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Attilio Berdusco

Attilio Berdusco

'52

Attilio dedicated his entire career to Algoma Steel with increasingly responsible positions in Wawa and Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario. One of his many achievements was planning and executing a pillar blast at an underground mine in Wawa; this is the largest underground blast in North America using 1.1 million tons of TNT. In the mid-1970’s he was instrumental in designing a 15,000 foot long conveyer belt with 2,432 feet of vertical lift, allowing the company to . . .