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  • Richard W. Anderson, 65, BArch '78, architecture, worked for 20 years as a mechanical designer at Mooney, Henning, Metz which became Henning, Metz, Hartford. He lived in Fargo. February 2015
  • Deloys (Simon) Hartman, 94, Diploma '41, Bismarck Hospital School of Nursing, practiced her nursing profession at hospitals in Williston, Minot and Powers Lake, North Dakota, as well as Greybull, Wyoming, and Columbus, Montana. She was a public health nurse with the federal Indian Health Service at the Crow- Northern Cheyenne Hospital at Crow Agency, Montana, and the Three Affiliated Tribes' Community Health Clinic in New Town, North Dakota. She lived in Tioga, North Dakota.  February 2015
  • James A. Delvo, 78, BS ’60, industrial engineering, worked at CoorsTek, also known as Coors Ceramics, for more than 30 years managing ceramics plants before retiring as the company's chief operating officer in 1999. During his career at CoorsTek, he worked in Colorado, California, Oregon and Texas. He lived in Morrison, Colorado. January 2015
  • Lewis Thompson, 97, BS '39, chemistry, MS '40, polymers and coatings, an employee of Phillips Petroleum Co., working as a corrosion engineer and paint chemist. He retired in 1984 after more than 30 years of service to the company. He also was an organizational leader of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. He lived in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. January 2015
  • Corrine "Corky" (Myhra) Moe, 70, BS '66, home economics education, taught home economics in New Town, North Dakota; LaMoure, North Dakota; and also taught music in Powers Lake, North Dakota. In addition, she was a substitute teacher in Underwood, Minnesota, where she lived. January 2015
  • Richard Foster, 74, BS '64, civil engineering, was a partner with Wold Engineering in Bottineau, North Dakota. He was an active member of Metigoshe Lutheran Church, where he had been a member of the church council and the Metigoshe Ministries board of directors. He lived in Lake Metigoshe, North Dakota. January 2015
  • John Knecht, 91, BS '49, animal science, taught veterans agriculture classes in Jamestown and Wimbledon, North Dakota. He then worked for the Soil Conservation Service in Napoleon and Langdon, North Dakota. He later worked for the Traill County Water Resources Board. He lived in Hillsboro, North Dakota. January 2015
  • Zelda (Bartholomew) Herr, 78, Diploma '57, Bismarck Hospital School of Nursing, was a nurse in Bismarck, Wishek and Jamestown, North Dakota. She lived in Aneta, North Dakota. January 2015
  • Kent McKay, 49, BS '88, MS '91, crop and weed science, was an award-winning agronomist, spending 17 years with the NDSU Extension Service Agricultural Research Station in Minot, North Dakota. He also worked for multi-national and local companies and as an independent consultant. He lived in Fargo and Lisbon, North Dakota. January 2015
  • Anne Stegner, 88, BS '49, textiles and clothing, honorary doctorate '90, first worked at Rike-Kumler Co., a department store in Dayton, Ohio, from 1950 to 1966 before taking a year off to travel the world. She then worked for Bullock's Department Stores in Los Angeles, where she was the first woman to manage a Bullock's store and later became the first woman vice president at Bullock's. She was named president of Harzfeld's, a retailer based in Kansas City, Missouri, before joining Dayton-Hudson Co. in Minneapolis as senior vice president. She was a life trustee of NDSU Development Foundation. She lived in Clarkston, Washington. January 2015

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