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Caterpillar Dealer Honored for 10-Year Partnership


Caterpillar dealer honored for 10-year partnership Mary A. Sullivan, dean of natural resources management (right), recently presented a plaque to Cindy Krisko, employment manager at Cleveland Brothers (formerly Beckwith Machinery), headquartered in Murrysville, for participation with the Caterpillar Excellence Fund grant program. The award honors “10 years of student sponsorships, instructional materials, technical equipment, curriculum development and faculty development funds” in support of the college’s diesel equipment technology majors.

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