Gordon Renn is President, CEO and Chairman of Fox Converting, Inc, which is a dedicated manufacturer of FDA Class II Medical Devices, certified safe quality food packaging, and produces anti-viral coated paper for consumer products. Gordon is also President, CEO, Chairman and Founder of Accuracy Pharmaceutical Machine, LLC, which is a manufacturer of ultra clean, . . .
Cynthia Hodges'87, '89
After attending "Women in Engineering" at Michigan Tech when she was in 11th grade, Cynthia Hodges '87 '89 knew it was the place for her. "Michigan Tech prepared me very well for my career, for an unlikely reason. There were so few of women studying engineering back then, I got used to being one of the only women in the room. This suited me well for a career in industry, . . .
Beau Anderson wants to engineer a planet with more heart. The earnest alumnus says, "Humanity is something I would love to bring to the whole world; make sure every single person has water to drink, every person has shelter, food, health, and people around them caring for them. I don't want to make the world a huge monoculture. Differences are awesome. But every culture . . .
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Charles Lamoreaux '56
Charles (Chuck) Lamoreaux earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1956. After graduation, he worked in California for Northrup Industries, Fairchild Instruments, TRW Inc, and Hyper-Air Engineering Company. In 1965, Chuck and his wife, Gayle, started American Bristol Industries Inc. The company manufactures high and low pressure . . .