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Gordon E. Frantti

Gordon E. Frantti

'54, '53

Gordon Frantti retired from Michigan Tech in 1991 as Professor of Geophysics and Head of the Department of Geological Engineering, Geology, and Geophysics. While at Michigan Tech, Gordon also held the following titles: Assistant Professor of Geophysics; Associate Professor of Geophysics; Professor of Geophysics; and Acting Head. During that time, he taught various courses in geophysics. Gordon and Loyal Bacon, a fellow faculty member and a member of our academy, wrote a manual used for many . . .

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Floyd H. Lee

Floyd H. Lee

'41

Floyd Lee received his BS in Mining Engineering from Michigan Tech.

After graduation, he spent four years in the U.S. Army Combat Engineers in the Pacific. Prior to joining Hanna in 1949, he held mining engineering positions with the Oliver Iron Mining Company and in Bolivia. With Hanna, he held a series of positions in Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and finally Cleveland, where he retired. He was a member of AIME and the AMC.

He was honored with the Michigan Tech . . .

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Latham B. Gray, Jr.

Latham B. Gray Jr.

'49

Retired General Manager of Operations, Coal Bethlehem Steel Corporation; Joined Bethlehem Steel after graduation; Served two years in the U.S. Army and awarded both a U.S. and Korean service medal with three battle stars; Several supervisory and engineering positions in Bethlehem’s West Virginia operations; Assistant Division Superintendent, Marion Division; Administrative Assistant, Coal, Bethlehem Mining Dept.; Assistant to V.P.; Consultant and Field Associate, International Executive Service Corps; President and CEO (Retired), Gates Engineering Company; AIME, Boy Scouts . . .

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Philip C. Ellsworth

Philip C. Ellsworth

'50

Phil served as a rifle squad leader in the 397th Infantry regiment, 100th Division, in France and Germany during WWII, before completing his B.S. in Geological Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1950. Following the completion of his degree, he spent a short time in the Gogebic Range for the Jones and Laughlin Ore company.

In 1951 he joined the US Atomic Energy Commission as an exploration geologist out of Grand Junction, CO where he was assigned to a field . . .

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Catherine Aimone-Martin

Catherine Aimone-Martin

'71

Cathy received her BS degree in Geological Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1971. She then spent seven years in industry: four years with mining companies in Canada (Ontario and BC) and then three as Geological Engineer and Geotechnical Engineer with consulting companies in Washington State and Illinois.

In 1979 she returned to academia and a doctoral program at Northwestern University where she received her Ph.D. in Mineral Resources Engineering and Management. Since 1981 she has been at New Mexico . . .