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United States Steel Corp. Vice President Tony Bridge has three degrees – a bachelor’s in industrial management and in electrical engineering from Purdue – and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University, but he recently confessed that despite those milestones, he never attended a graduation ceremony.
This story is a condensed excerpt of the book "Thin Air: The Life and Mysterious Disappearance of Helen Brach," by Times Niche Publications Editor and Publisher Pat Colander. The first book written on Brach's disappearance, it was published in 1981.
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