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Category: Obituaries

  • William Linzbach, 73, BS ’67, economics, had a long career in the agriculture insurance business. He was a regional manager for The Mill Mutual from 1980-92. He retired from the agri-business in 2004 after 35 years. He lived in Boise, Idaho.  June 2014
  • M. Anne (Renner) Wall, 67, BS ’71, arts and science, taught special education classes in Valley City, North Dakota, and later in Montana. She lived in Moorhead, Minnesota. June 2014
  • Reuben Junkert, 83, BS ’62, civil engineering, was employed by the State of California as a civil engineer and worked for several different departments throughout his career, retiring in 1993.  He lived in Fair Oaks, California. June 2014
  • Kathryn Kannianen, 54, BS ’82, child development and family relations, taught preschool and worked as a case manager for the aging and disabled. She lived in Vancouver, Washington.  June 2014
  • Darrel D. Johnson, 66, BS ’71, economics, retired from Ford Motor Credit and enjoyed his retirement working at Providence Academy, Ridgedale YMCA and Minneapolis Auto Action. He lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 2014
  • C. Roger Aafedt, 72, BS ’64, agronomy, ran the Fordville, North Dakota, Flying Service along with his brothers, and later worked for 35 years as a driver and loader operator for Transystems LLC. He lived in Sabin, Minnesota. June 2014
  • Rose (Sanderson) Brien, 95, MS ’68, home economics education, was a teacher at the State Industrial School in Mandan, North Dakota, for seven years and at Fort Yates, North Dakota, for 30 years. She lived in Bismarck, North Dakota. June 2014
  • Mark Bothum, 67, BS ’68, agricultural economics, was an assistant county agent, farmer and canning factory manager in Minnesota before joining the Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative as an agriculturist. He lived in Fargo. June 2014
  • Jennings Klug, 91, BArch ’50, architecture, was employed at the Minot, North Dakota, Air Force Base as an architectural engineer with the 91st Civil Engineering Squadron for 19 years. He then lived in Germany for three years at Ramstein Air Force Base as an INH programmer, He retired in 1986 and returned to Minot, where he lived at the time of his death. June 2014
  • Lowell Nordquist, 68, BS ’68, economics, earned a master’s degree at Western Michigan University and was the owner of Network Solutions and Services. He lived in Lexington, South Carolina. June 2014

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