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Alumni Focusmore alumni

Greg Sesselmann

'81

Greg Sesselmann had an epiphany but was afraid to tell anyone. “I was the black sheep of the family,” he explains. “If somebody had spilled the milk, they’d all close their eyes and say, odds are, it was me.” His family of six Tech graduates (all with better GPAs) never heard this particular hare-brained idea, but when a co-worker did, she refused to leave him alone until he worked on it. . . .

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Gary Halverson

'81

Gary Halverson earned a BS in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1981. He is currently an Independent Consultant to the Mining Industry and resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was President and CEO of Cliffs Natural Resources from 2013-14 overseeing a Fortune 500 Company with coal and iron ore assets in the US, Canada and Australia.

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William Bernard

'69

William J. Bernard, Jr. '69 is tenacity personified. A local boy without resources to afford schooling and living expenses elsewhere, he stayed close to home and worked nearly 40 hours a week while completing his studies. He's been with the same company for more than 40 years, recently ascending to sole owner and CEO. The CEO & Chairman of Surface Combustion, Inc. chose Michigan Tech because he could work year . . .