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Students Meet Newest CAT on Campus

From left are students Scott Sipe II, Dillon P. Miller, Luke C. Laughlin, Kevin N. Seger and Landis M. Watts New vehicle, familiar logo Students eye the CT660 with David C. Johnson, instructor of diesel equipment technology Cleveland Brothers CAT's Randy Fetterolf joins students (from left) Sean L. Diehl, Jacob R. Holderman and Matthew B. Fischer Students in Penn College’s heavy construction equipment technology and diesel technology majors this week got a close look at the newest vehicle in the heavy-duty fleet of a long-standing corporate partner. Cleveland Brothers CAT brought the CT660 vocational truck, an on-highway vehicle unveiled last year by Caterpillar, to the Schneebeli Earth Science Center for students in the School of Natural Resources Management. Representinga longtime partner in the Caterpillar Excellence Fund, which regularly provides equipment, scholarships and technical support to the school, were Doug Wetzel, on-highway trucks, partsand service sales representative; Nate Chase, technical communicator; and Randy Fetterfolf, corporate recruiter . Photos by Carol A. Lugg, coordinator of matriculation and retention, School of Natural Resources Management

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