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Mr. Donald Tomasini earned a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1954. While attending Michigan Tech, Don participated in Varsity Boxing and was a member of Varsity Club and Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Don began his construction engineering career almost 50 years ago when he enrolled in the civil engineering curriculum. . . .
Kim received her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1985. She accepted a General Engineer position with the Michigan Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) Construction Division in Kalamazoo. In 1989, she moved to the MDOT Project Office in St. Ignace, MI where she stayed until 1997 serving in several capacities including project . . .
Mr. James M. Jabara, a 1950 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is owner of J.M.J. Properties, a real estate development and management firm in Plymouth, MI. After graduation, James entered the U.S. Army. He left the Army in 1953 and began working at Commonwealth Associates, Inc. as a structural steel designer. In 1956 he went to Williams and Works in Sanitary . . .