Title: Industrial Engineer
Location: Harlem, Montana, United States
Alan Brekke, Industrial Engineer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in industrial engineering.
Growing up in a small town helped Mr. Brekke realize that you have to learn to solve problems on your own with the resources at hand. From an early age, Mr. Brekke discovered the value of analyzing things around him. These skills were later realized when he was selected to study on logging operations, furthering his interest in figuring out how things worked. He continued down this path by earning a degree in industrial and management engineering from Montana State University in 1974. He had previously worked in construction and interned in higher education.
After obtaining the degree, Mr. Brekke began working as an industrial engineer. First at his alma mater and then with Boeing Aerospace Co. He worked in various areas of Boeing, including the company’s military airplane field. In 1983, he began his work as an industrial engineer in private practice, where he has since remained. From 1986 to 1987, Mr. Brekke also worked as a construction manager at the Harlem High School in Montana. Furthermore, Mr. Brekke has contributed to his community as being a part of the EMS with Blaine County III Ambulance and with the Harlem Volunteer Fire Department. In 1989, he was a staff writer for the centennial book Thunderstorms and Tumbleweeds. That same year, he authored Kid Curry.
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