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Third-generation owner of N.E.T. & Die, Inc. returns to familiar territory in Fulton By Lou Sorendo Michelle Shatrau has come full circle. After pursuing several career opportunities elsewhere, Shatrau has returned to her hometown of Fulton to take over as CEO and president of the family business — N.E.T. & Die, Inc. She succeeds her father, Richard, in the position. She grew up in her father’s machine shop and operated equipment when she was in high school and college. “My father has built a robust company over the last 40 years with a niche that is hard to develop in this competitive environment,” she said. “I am very proud to be taking over what he has built.” “My dad has some pretty big shoes to fill. He is a true machinist and has been for over 50 years,” she said. “While I will never be the machinist he is, my strengths and skills are growing a profitable company that we can all be proud to be a part of. “It makes me sad to think about a time when my dad won’t be part of N.E.T., but I’m preparing myself for that day, both professionally and personally.” Shatrau’s educational background