Larry P. Allgaier (ChE’81) was named Group President of Kimberly-Clark North America. In his new role, Allgaier will lead Kimberly-Clark’s $8 billion North American consumer business, with trusted brands such as Huggies, Cottonelle, and Depend. See more at: http://citybizlist.com/article/413449/kimberly-clark-names-larry-p-allgaier-group-president-of-its-north-american-consumer-business#sthash.OPDJsDoF.dpuf
Jeff Arnold (CE’78) has been recognized as 2017 Outstanding Engineer of the Year by the Memphis Chapter of Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers. Mr. Arnold, President/CEO of Fisher Arnold (www.fisherarnold.com), holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN, in 1978. He is also a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states. For over 30 years he has provided leadership, vision and guidance while also serving as project advisor on numerous projects within the various disciplines of the firm. He is also a member of the CBU Engineering Advisory Board.
Torrus Brooks (EE ‘98), has been recognized for his service to the North Memphis community. To learn more about his contributions, visit: http://www.highgroundnews.com/features/KSCBarberSchool.aspx
Roch Byrne (EE ’86), named as new Deputy to the Commander at Pine Bluff Arsenal. Learn more about his new role here: http://www.pbcommercial.com/news/20170217/arsenal-names-new-deputy-to-commander
Alumna Carol Jones is profiled on the Memphis Riverfront website:
Matt Odom (CE’96) was recognized as the 2017 ASCE Featured Engineer. He was presented the award by Memphis Joint Engineers Council (MJEC) at the 2017 Engineers Week Luncheon on February 22, 2017. The luncheon was hosted by the Engineers Club of Memphis.
Matt obtained his BSCE from CBU in 1996. He began working at Intertek-PSI in 1994 as a geotechnical laboratory technician and obtained his PE in 2001. Matt continued to work his way up through the Intertek-PSI ranks serving as staff and senior engineer, department manager of the Memphis Construction Materials Testing Department in 2007, District Manager in 2010, and now serves as Vice President of Memphis and Little Rock operations. Matt is active in the ASCE West TN Branch and is currently the Past President. Away from the office Matt is married and has three children, which keep him busy! He enjoys hunting and coaching youth baseball and basketball. In the picture Matt worked on the PSI-sponsored barbecue dinner at the 2014 ASCE Deep South Conference hosted by CBU.