Four ISE Alumni Leadership Awards Given

GAINESVILLE, FL:  On May 4, 2013, the ISE Department inducted four new members to the ISE Hall of Fame.

Bob Alligood (BS IE 1960) founded and owns Ice House America and has held many leadership positions in Engineering organizations and government.  He and his wife, Lynn, live in Jacksonville Beach and have two children.

Paul Brown (BS ISE 1984) has lived and traveled all over the world, including India and China, working for International Paper.  He and his wife, Heidi (Shreves) Brown (BS ISE 1983), currently live in New York City and have two children.

P. Scott Linder (BS IE 1943) founded and owned Linder Industrial Machinery in Lakeland.  He was very involved with UF and civic endeavors.  His wife, Martha, and daughter, Betsy Linder Phillips (pictured), received the posthumous award in his honor.

Roger Madariaga (BS SE 1973) worked with Dupont for 20 years and then worked for GKN Driveline, from which he retired in 2008.  He is the chair of the Industrial Advisory Board, and he and his wife, Patricia, have two children.