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Paul DeKeyser'79, '78
Paul DeKeyser completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1978 and his master’s degree in environmental engineering in 1979. Mr. DeKeyser is the Vice-President, Regional Manager of the Water Business Group at CH2MHill. He has 28 years of extensive experience in all phases of wastewater treatment, sludge handling and disposal, and environmental studies . . .
Donald Anderson completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1966. He started his career with the Michigan Department of Transportation as a Survey Crew Chief and Lead Inspector. In 1969 he shifted his focus to estimating and bidding on bridge and highway construction projects with Midwest Bridge Co. After seven years with Midwest Bridge he joined . . .
Jerold Van Faasen'34
Mr. Jerold B. Van Faasen came to Michigan Tech from Holland, Michigan and earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering with honor and at the top of his class in 1934. Following graduation, Jerry joined the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1935 working on the construction of the Fort Peck Dam, the largest hydraulic fill dam on the Missouri River. This began his . . .