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Brian Rheault, originally from Lake Linden, completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1982. Mr. Rheault has over twenty-two years of experience in structural engineering in the South Florida area. In 1983 he was a Structural Designer for Botkin & Associates. From 1987 - 1996 he was Vice President of Botkin & Rheault, Inc. Mr. Rheault and is currently . . .
Michelle-Anne Christensen'84, '86
Michelle graduated from Michigan Tech in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in Geological Engineering and in 1986 with a master’s degree in Civil Engineering. In 1989, she earned a BA International Commerce from the University of Copenhagen. She is currently the Executive Vice President of Sales for enChoice, Inc., a Premier IBM Business Partner specializing in enterprise . . .
David Gustafson was born and raised in the Copper Country and came to Michigan Tech following his graduation from Hancock High School in 1957. He earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1961. Following graduation, he worked for Bergeron amp; Lang Consulting Engineers in New Orleans and continued his graduate study in structural engineering at Tulane . . .