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Tom Baloga, '74, talks with students in the Klump Academic Center.
Tom Baloga, ’74, talks with students in the Klump Academic Center.
At his retirement, Baloga served the triple role at BMW of vice president, engineering, United States; president, BMW Technology Corp.; and vice president, engineering quality and safety.
At his retirement, Baloga served the triple role at BMW of vice president, engineering, United States; president, BMW Technology Corp.; and vice president, engineering quality and safety.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: As BMW’s highest-ranking official for engineering in North America, Tom Baloga, ’74, advanced major improvements in vehicle safety. He visits campus to talk with students.

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