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Frank Townsend

'62

Frank Townsend was born and raised in the Panama Canal Zone. He had never seen snow until he arrived at Michigan Tech in the fall of 1958. At Michigan Tech, he was active in the Army ROTC as Captain of the rifle team, battalion adjutant, and a Distinguished Military Graduate. He was a 4 year varsity rifle team letterman, and was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He earned his baccalaureate . . .

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Gerald McCarthy

'48

Mr. Gerald J. McCarthy, a 1948 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is President and owner of the Transportation Group, Inc., which represents several contractors, consulting engineers, and private businesses. Upon graduation, Jerry joined the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), where he quickly rose through the ranks to become the youngest district engineer in the Department's history. By 1969, . . .

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C. Maki

'71

Tom Maki completed his Baccalaureate degree in Civil Engineering in 1971. Following graduation, he joined the Michigan Department of Transportation and over the next 30 years advanced through the Resident Construction Engineer and District Engineer positions to the executive level as the Chief Operations Officer. In his role as COO, he was responsible for the Department’s annual $1.5 Billion Capital Improvement . . .