William ‘Bill’ E. Saegart ’53 of Sierra Vista, Ariz., died August 4, 2011. Bill was born in 1930 and graduated from Mines with a professional degree in geophysical engineering. A member of Kappa Sigma fraternity, he enjoyed a career in mining and exploration. He is credited with discoveries in Arizona and Mexico. After leaving the mining industry, Bill pursued a second career in real estate, owning and operating resorts in Florida and New Mexico. He retired to Sierra Vista and enjoyed sailing in the Caribbean and the Sea of Cortez, family gatherings, golfing and bird watching. He was a member of Rotary International and a founding member and president of the Mining Club of the Southwest and the Young Republicans. Bill is survived by his wife of 35 years, Carrie; daughters Karen Scott, Melissa Emery and Ra Van Royen-Miller; sons Stuart and David ’78; and seven grandchildren.
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