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#20865 - 01/23/03 10:36 AM "Coyne" Electrical School, Chicago
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Just thought I would see if there are any fellow graduates from Coyne Electronics Institute in the readership here. I graduated in 1968. The school is calld Coyne American now. Remember "Coyne" is accredited now!

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#20866 - 01/23/03 06:54 PM Re: "Coyne" Electrical School, Chicago
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I attended coyne in cambridge mass for a code prep course in 83. Leo Martin was the teacher who is well known. Not sure if this is affiliated with your area.
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