Toby Copen is on the left. He is a senior at Fruitport, and is a 2nd year student at the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center, in the Auto Collision Repair program.
Bill Stone in the middle, is the Auto Collision Repair programs instructor. Bill is also a graduate of FHS, and designed and worked on Smiley.
Alex is in the paint suit on the right and is also a 2nd year student in the same program. Alex is currently out on a work based learning program at Preferred Chrysler in Grand Haven, but attends class once a week at the CTC.
Rod Bulthouse, also a Fruitport graduate, is the instructor of the welding program at the CTC, He is responsible for cutting out Smiley using the welding program’s specialized equipment designed for such a project.
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