In 1974, Michael Butterworth began his career with the Bechtel Corporation at
their San Francisco headquarters, and in 1978, he moved to the Tri-City area.
During his 34-year career, Michael has held various management positions at
Bechtel, JA Jones, Kaiser Engineers, Fluor, DynCorp, WBG, Washington Public
Power Supply, among others; working in weld engineering, quality assurance,
records, business, facility operations, and fabrication and manufacturing,
including responsibilities locally for the Hanford shops in the 100, 200, 300,
and 3000 Areas prior to their transition off the Hanford Site in which Michael
played a key role.
Currently, Michael is a Certified Project Manager for the Parsons Corporation
and Business Manger at the Technology Development and Fabrication Complex (TFDC)
He received his Associate degree in Welding Technology from San Mateo Junior
College before completing his Baccalaureate degree in Business.
Michael has been involved in many community service organizations including
the Sexual Assault Response Center, Tri-City Food Bank, United Way, Kennewick
General Hospital Foundation, Tri-City Cancer Center, Hospice House, and Adult
Day Services which he "adopted" in memory of his mother after her passing in
1998. Most recently, he was a board member for the new Kadlec Pediatric Center
that raised more than $7 million. Michael is also a Paul Harris Fellow and
charter member of the Columbia Valley Daybreak Rotary, a sponsor of two CBC
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