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Raymond Kestner

'55

Raymond C. Kestner, (retired) City Manager/Director Public Works of Houghton, Michigan, graduated from Michigan Tech with a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1955. At Michigan Tech he was a member of the ASCE student chapter, Vice President of the Varsity Club, a member of Kappa Delta Psi, and was a four-year letter winner in varsity hockey. Following graduation he spent two years overseas in the Navy Seabees. . . .

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William Murchie

'76

A native of Gladstone, Michigan, William Murchie received his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1976.  Following graduation, he worked as a design engineer, project engineer and project manager for Edmands Engineering, Inc. (now part of Wade Trim Group) in Bay City, Michigan.  In 1982, he moved to Florida and worked for consulting firms in the Bradenton-Sarasota area before co-founding . . .

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F. William Baxandall

'59

Bill Baxandall completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1959. His academic career was interrupted in 1955 by two years of service in the U.S. Army, Mountain and Cold Weather Training Command. Upon returning to Michigan Tech, he transferred from electrical engineering to his destiny in civil engineering. Following graduation, he joined the US Forest Service as an engineer and spent the next 25 years in . . .