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Land surveyors’ group honors imminent graduate

Deihl (left) accepts a $500 award check from Brad Zeigler, of Zeigler Surveying in Sunbury, president of PSLS' Susquehanna Chapter. (Photo provided)
Deihl (left) accepts a $500 award check from Brad Zeigler, of Zeigler Surveying in Sunbury, president of PSLS’ Susquehanna Chapter. (Photo provided)

A second-year surveying technology student at Penn College received the Ed Dobeck Memorial Award from the Susquehanna Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors at the group’s March 17 meeting.

Devin Ray Deihl, of Alexandria, scheduled to receive his associate degree at the college’s May 14 morning commencement ceremony, was presented with the award by chapter President Brad Zeigler.

The annual honor, named for a well-respected Shamokin area land surveyor who died in 1994, honors a civil engineering technology or surveying technology graduate who has demonstrated academic achievement, leadership, extracurricular activity and professionalism.

For more information about land surveying in The Keystone State, visit the PSLS website and Penn College’s civil engineering/surveying technology page on Facebook.

 

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