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David Matson


David Matson is Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer for UnionBanCal Corporation and Union Bank of California. He earned two baccalaureate degrees, one in civil engineering and the other in engineering administration from Michigan Tech in 1969 and completed a Master of Business Administration degree is from Western Michigan University in 1970. Mr. Matson has more than twenty-eight years of experience with Union Bank . . .

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Thomas Kaderabek

'73, '74

Thomas Kaderabek completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1973 and his master’s degree in civil engineering in 1974 with an emphasis in geotechnical engineering.   He started his career with Law Engineering Testing Co. in Coral Gables, Florida as a Staff Engineer advancing to Senior Geotechnical Engineer.  In 1982 he co-founded KBC Consultants, Inc. (later known as Kaderabek & . . .

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Delmar Rediger


Mr. Delmar Rediger, a 1958 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, has recently retired as President of Inland Steel Bar Company and currently resides in Ninevah, Indiana. Delmar joined Inland Steel as an engineering trainee upon graduation from Michigan Tech. He advanced through a progression of assignments in the Engineering Department until being named Chief Engineer of Inland's Indiana Harbor Works in 1980. . . .