Tag: geophysical engineering

William H. Ruehle ’52

William H. Ruehle ’52 of Denton, Texas, died January 27, 2013. Bill was born in 1928 in the silver mining camp of Rosario, Honduras, to American parents. He earned a professional degree in geophysical engineering from...

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Richard L. Rayno ’59

Richard L. Rayno ’59 of Tilton, N.H., died December 18, 2011. Richard was born in Franklin, N.H., in 1929 and worked as a locomotive machinist for the Alaska Railroad in Anchorage before serving in the U.S. Coast Guard and...

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Steve W. Hackett ’68

Steve W. Hackett ’68 of Homer, Alaska, died February 26, 2011. Steve was born in Monterey, Calif., in 1945. The son of a national park ranger, his passion for wilderness was lifelong. He was a graduate of Estes Park High...

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