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Thomas Rentenbach

'32

Dr. Thomas J. Rentenbach, a 1932 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, was Chairman of the Board of Rentenbach Engineering Company. After graduation, Thomas entered the Army Corps of Engineers. He worked with the Corps until 1946, in the United States and on the Panama Canal. In 1946, he founded Rentenbach Engineering Company and served as General Manager until 1956, as President from 1956 to 1971, as Chairman . . .

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Christopher Marr

'00

It’s common advice: the best way to make a living is to find a way to get paid to do what you love. But few people actually make it to that point. Count Michigan Technological University alumni Chris Marr ’00 and Jason Manders ’00 among those lucky enough to be able to claim they’ve done just that. Together, Marr and Manders founded Trail Genius, a web-based service that combines video and GPS . . .

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Warren Peterson

'52

Warren Peterson completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1952. From there he spent 38 years with the Soo Line Railroad Company (now Canadian Pacific Railway), a Class I railroad. He held positions of increasing responsibility over his many years of service, with promotions to Chief Engineer in 1981, Assistant Vice President of Operations in 1985, and Vice President of Production and Operations Planning . . .