Gerald Ziarno '59
Gerald Ziarno joined the Packard Electric Division of General Motors and left after a short period to fulfill an Air Force ROTC commitment, spending two and a half years in Japan. He joined Dow Corning Corporation in Midland, Michigan, in 1962 and served in a number of management positions in locations as diverse as Belgium, Japan, and Hong Kong. He retired from Dow Corning in 1996 as Corporate Vice President and Director . . .
Stuart C. Pann is the Chief Supply Chain Officer for HP Inc., a $48 billion business operating in more than 170 countries worldwide. Their supply chain business delivers nearly 100 million products to customers each year through a sophisticated network of factories, logistics, partnerships, and strategic alliances. Prior to joining HP in July 2014, Stu served as Intel’s Corporate Vice President and General Manager . . .
Jeffery (Jeff) Feldt received the degree Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1984. He received an MBA from Grand Valley State University in 1996 and is a registered professional engineering in Wisconsin and Michigan. Mr. Feldt has spent the last 35 years working in the electric utility industry. During college, he participated in the Cooperative Education Program with Bechtel Power Corporation . . .
Rebecca received her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Tech 1985. In 1992 she earned her master's degree in Electrical Power Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Upon leaving Michigan Tech in 1985 she accepted an engineering position with Sundstrand Corporation - an aerospace equipment manufacturer. In 1989 she left Sundstrand and began her career with General Electric as . . .
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