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  • Sarah Honzay, BS '13, hospitality and tourism management, was hired as the office receptionist for Appareo Systems, Fargo. She previously worked for Home2 Suites by Hilton. March 2015
  • Carly Bishoff, BS '12, public relations and advertising, joined the Flint Group, Fargo, as a public relations coordinator. She previously was the public relations and social media coordinator for Jade Presents. March 2015
  • Mark Honzay, MArch '09, architecture, was named project architect and project manager at JLG Architects. March 2015
  • Christopher Heidrich, MArch '10, architecture, was named project architect and project manager at JLG Architects. March 2015
  • Robert Grove, 63, BS '73, agricultural education, was a farmer and substitute teacher in the vocational agriculture department at Rugby High School. On his operation, he farmed the land and raised beef cattle, donkeys and exotic birds. He lived near Rugby, North Dakota. March 2015
  • Myron Dewey, 55, BS '84, architectural studies, worked for National Muffler for nearly 25 years. He lived in Moorhead. March 2015
  • Tyler Jangula, 28, BUS '09, university studies, was employed at Hiland Partners in Williston, North Dakota as a plant operator. A former Bison football player, he earlier helped coach football at Fargo South High School and helped with many football camps. He lived in Williston. March 2015
  • Robert E. Hanson, 67, BS '68, economics, served several terms as North Dakota State Treasurer and North Dakota State Tax Commissioner. He also was North Dakota Commissioner of Veterans Affairs for three years before retiring from public service. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.  March 2015
  • Wade Hohol, 41, BS '97, mechanical engineering, began a 16-year career with Price Waterhouse Coopers in the Minneapolis area and then moving to Buffalo, Minnesota, before being transferred to Green Bay, Wisconsin. He lived in Ledgeview, Wisconsin.   March 2015
  • Clark Merkel, 53, BS '83, MS '91, PhD '99, mechanical engineering, taught engineering and physics during a career in higher education. He taught at NDSU; Ross-Hulman College, Terra Haute, Indiana; and Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa. While in Indiana, he purchased a Main Street brick building and renovated it for a youth center. He was chair of the Faculty Scholarship Committee at Loras College. He lived in Dubuque. March 2015

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