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  • Jeanne (Wallerius) Wetherby, 87, BS '49, home economics education, was the retired president and jewelry designer for She lived in Mill Valley, California. May 2015
  • Gary Abbott, 69, BS '67, pharmacy, owned and operated Belgrade, Minnesota, Drug for 35 years, retiring in 2007. He lived in Kimball, Minnesota. May 2015
  • Atwood Cady, BS '69, pharmacy, was a Kaiser Permanente pharmacist for more than 25 years and later worked for the Guild of Professional Pharmacists as a contract negotiator. He lived in Oceanside, California. May 2015
  • Ernest Janisch, 86, MS '65, educational administration, had a 24-year career in the military and later was a teacher, coach and administrator at Hasting, North Dakota and Starbuck, Minnesota. He was president of the Lions Club and a member of the Valley City State University Football Hall of Fame. He lived in Starbuck. May 2015
  • Clarence Lee Kadrmas, 69, BS '70, electrical and electronic engineering, was an electrical engineer for Willmar, Minnesota, Municipal Utilities and later was general manager of Hutchinson, Minnesota, Municipal Utilities. He lived in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.   May 2015
  • Dennis Melland, 66, BS '70, civil engineering, was an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Basin Electric and Antelope Valley Station. He retired in 2010. He was a Sunday school teacher and church council member. He lived in Hazen, North Dakota.  May 2015
  • Terrance Olson, 70, BS '65, agricultural economics, was a federal agent with Naval Intelligence for 25 years. He lived in Fargo.  May 2015
  • Darrell Arman, 72, BS '67, composite science, was a career chemistry and physics teacher. He was the Waconia, Minnesota, Teacher of the Year for 2001-02. He lived in Waconia. May 2015
  • William Bogenrief, 93, BS '43, electrical and electronic engineering, was employed by the American Bureau of Shipping in New York and later by Chevron Shipping in New York, where he was assistant manager of maintenance and repair for the Chevron fleet of ships. He lived in San Rafael, California. May 2015
  • Robert Lechner, 86, BS '57, electrical and electronic engineering, worked for IBM for his entire career, with stops in Grand Forks, North Dakota; San Jose, California; Rochester, Minnesota; and Vermont. He was a scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, and a former American Legion post commander. He lived in Mantorville, Minnesota.   May 2015



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