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Marshall Family Supports Tech A family with extensive ties to the Keweenaw is a major benefactor of Michigan Tech and its students. The University received estate gift funds of nearly $700,000 from the family of Robert, Rex and Paul Marshall, brothers and business partners, to support the Marshall Family Endowed Scholarship . . .
Mr. Peter J. Meyers, Jr. , born in Kingsford, Michigan in 1928, graduated from Kingsford High School in 1946. He joined the U.S. Navy afterward, eventually receiving in 1950 a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army-Chemical Corps. Pete received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology in 1953. . . .
Susan received a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1987. She has also participated in executive education at The University of California, Berkeley. After graduation, Susan joined Dow AgroSciences (DAS) manufacturing and has held a diverse range of manufacturing roles in her twenty-three year career with the company, having working . . .