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After years of partial retirement, Donald Fraser (BENG’61) has slid into complete retirement from working partly as a volunteer and partly as a consultant. He settled into his retirement home with his partner, Monica, whom he met during his 40-year career in international development.
For Steve Willson (BENG’81), engineers can do anything! After 20 years of corporate life with DuPont and 20 years of consulting with Panoptika, a company he started with his wife Megann (BA’80), he is on to his next adventure as a mortgage agent.
Albert Arklie (BASC’62) has been living in St. John’s, NL for the past 50 years. Albert retired from the Newfoundland and Labrador Government 28 years ago and is enjoying life.
Congratulations to Murray Baillie (BENG’86) on his milestone 35-year graduation anniversary, and receipt of three awards.
Youssef Abdul-Massih (TUNS’91) is currently based in Lebanon and managing his own consulting firm, YAM Airports Consultancy Services, providing various professional services to contractors and consultants involved in the aviation construction industry.
Bill’s Collected Wisdom book consists of some hundred gems of his “wisdom” for his children, friends, and anyone interested.
Dr. Sina Varamini (BEng’12, MASc’14) has been named as a recipient of Rock to Road’s Top 10 Under 40. Sina has made numerous valuable contributions to the McAsphalt Industries and has advanced the roadbuilding industry with his research vision.
Michael MacGillivray (BEng’09) was prepared to enter the family car business with the help of his industrial engineering degree and Dal co-op experience in automotive manufacturing.