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  • Keith Jacobson, 69, BS ’93, social science and history education, was a teacher and school administrator In Mahnomen and Ada, Minnesota; New Salem and Williston, North Dakota; and on the Mandaree and White Shield Reservations. He lived in New Salem.  August 2014
  • Keith Johnson, 67, BS ’68, mathematics, worked for several companies as a computer systems analyst. He lived in Bloomington, Minnesota. August 2014
  • Joe Meier, 57, BS ’80, pharmacy, was a pharmacist in Odessa, Texas. August 2014
  • Raynard Masdal, 87, BS ’59, economics, had a career with the Social Security Administration and later opened several small businesses. He lived in Largo, Florida. August 2014
  • Janet Rybolt, 41, BS ’01, music education, was a music teacher in Garden Plain and Wichita, Kansas. Most recently, she taught special education at Campus High School in Haysville, Kansas, located near Wichita. She lived in Wichita.  August 2014
  • Joseph Pratschner, 92, BS ’49, civil engineering, was director of hospitals, nursing homes, Medicare and Medicaid for the North Dakota State Health Department. He was a Navy pilot during World War II. He lived in Prescott, Arizona. August 2014
  • Charles Bowman, 52, BS ’89, food and nutrition, was a Navy veteran who lived in Moorhead, Minnesota. August 2014
  • Willis Richard, 71, BArch ’67, architecture, was the owner of Willis Richard, Architect, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He lived in Winnipeg. August 2014
  • Martin Holoien, 85, MS ’59, mathematics, was director of the first computer center at Minnesota State University Moorhead and was the school’s first chair in the computer science department. He later was a computer science professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He lived in Santa Barbara, California. August 2014
  • Andrew Quinn, 69, BS ’68, economics, was a center on the Bison national championship football team in 1965. He owned and operated a century farm near Litchfield, Minnesota. He was a driving force in the development of the Bushmill ethanol plant. He also was a long-time member of The Minnesota State High School League and a volunteer football coach for Dassel-Cokato High School. He was active in the National Corn Growers Association. He lived in Litchfield, Minnesota.  August 2014

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