Past Alumni Board Members - 2009

Term Ending in 2009

Don Davis
Mr. Donald T. Davis
Civil Engineering 1982
Mr. Davis is Vice President and Executive in Charge of the Barton Malow Company Health Facilities Group. He spent three years with Bronson Builders and Design (a subsidiary of Bronson Methodist Hospital and Tower Pinkster Titus and Associates) as project manager, estimator, and director of business development. In 1990, Barton Malow recruited him, and his passion for hospital building flourished. His accomplishments include: the new Delnor-Community Hospital and medical office building, Kosair Children's Hospital, and the new Spartan Stadium.
Kevin Ohl
Mr. Kevin J. Ohl
BS Computer Science 1978
MBA Accounting 1981
Kevin Ohl is an Executive with Crowe Chizek and Company LLP, and a partner with Crowe Group LLP. He leads the Crowe Chizek’s governmental consulting business in Illinois and Wisconsin. Kevin assists clients with developing technology strategy and leads projects related to implementation of business processes and systems. Kevin serves as a member on MSU's Computer Science and Engineering Strategic Partner Council, and has been a board member since 2002.
Henry Espenship
Mr. Henry S. Espenship
Civil Engineering 1964
Stan Espenship retired in 2002 as President of Espenship-Kenway Consultants, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in forensic and expert witness work related to construction defect litigation, specializing in exterior window, door and wall systems for commercial and residential structures. Stan is a registered Professional Engineer for the State of Michigan.
Stephen Perkins
Dr. Stephen J. Perkins
PhD Computer Science 1997
Stephen Perkins is currently President and CTO of NetMass Incorporated. He was a member of the technical staff in the Digital Signal Processing Research and Development Lab at Texas Instruments. He participated in the development of DSL proto-types, the IETF, the IEEE 802.14 working group, and Home Phone Networking Alliance (HPNA) standards group.
Keith Swaffar
Mr. Keith M. Swaffar
Civil Engineering BS 1977
MS 1979
Keith Swaffar has worked for the engineering consulting firm of NTH Consultants for the past 24 years. He started at NTH in 1979 after completing his MS degree and is now the Chief Operating Officer. NTH is a 250 person firm with seven offices in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Keith is a licensed professional engineer and was the President of the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers for the 2002-2003 year.
Mr. Louis H. Johnson, Jr.
Applied Engineering Sciences 1996
Mr. Johnson graduated from Michigan State with a degree in Applied Engineering Sciences (then Engineering Arts) in 1996. His term on the Alumni Board is from 2006 to 2009.