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Category: Class notes 1970s

  • Keith Deutsch, BS ’79 agricultural mechanization, received a 2017 Amber Award from the United States Durum Growers Association. He is a durum producer from Plaza, North Dakota. His farm is a no-till operation raising durum, barley, flax, oats, mustard, sunflowers, canola, winter wheat, soybeans, crambe and lentils.
  • Jonelle Burdick, AD ’79 nursing, was hired as director of clinical excellence at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota. She directs the activities of utilization management, care coordination, care management, behavioral health and the development of medical policy within the Health Innovation division.
  • Donald Schaible, AD ’79 agricultural mechanization, was named to the Innovative Education Task Force by North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum. He chairs the Senate Education Committee and is from Mott, North Dakota.
  • Duane Lillehaug, BS, ’71 social science, was acknowledged by the Great Plains Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury work. He is an attorney with the Maring Williams Law Office. 
  • David Maring, BS ’71 sociology/criminal justice, business administration, was recognized by the Great Plains Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury work. He is an attorney with the Maring Williams Law Office. 
  • James Deutsch, BS ’72 speech, MS ’79, arts, humanities and social sciences, was inducted into the Shanley High School Hall of Fame. He works in sales in the Fargo market and has earned local and national awards.
  • Joseph Cichy, BA ’71 history, MEd ’81, educational administration, was inducted into the Shanley High School Hall of Fame. A star football player, he practiced law for 30 years. He also was the executive director of the North Dakota Dental Association for two decades.
  • Curtis W. Stofferahn, BS ’75 social science, retired from the faculty of the University of North Dakota. He served the university for 29 years. He was department chair, director of graduate studies, director of the Social Science Research Institute, chair of the University Senate and secretary and council member of the Rural Sociological Society. He was granted professor emeritus status.
  • Richard Rohla, BA ’75 zoology, was inducted into the Fargo South Hall of Fame. He Rohla has been a family practice doctor for more than 35 years. He was named doctor of the year at Essentia Health in 2012.
  • Lance Josal, BArch ’78 architecture, was inducted into the Fargo South Hall of Fame. He is president and CEO of Dallas-based Callison RTKL Inc., an architectural firm known worldwide.

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