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  • Mark Eckhardt, 58, BS ’82 agricultural engineering, worked for General Electric, Johnson Controls, University of Minnesota, Energy Services Group and Honeywell. He lived in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. 
  • William Marlow, 76, BS ’64 pharmacy, was a pharmacist who later studied landscape gardening. He had an antique shop and was an artist who focused on oil paintings. He lived in Weaverville, California. 
  • Burnice (Vollrath) Pristash, 96, BS ’43 pharmacy, was a registered pharmacist and later a homemaker. She was active in PTA, was a literacy tutor and volunteered for more than 40 years with Lake Hospital Systems. She lived in Mentor, Ohio.
  • Loren Stadig, 77, BS ’62, MS ’65 agricultural economics, worked for the state of North Dakota and then for United Power Association. He was president of the Faith Lutheran Church Council and Bismarck Kiwanis Club. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Tamri Israel, 56, BS ’87 agricultural Extension, worked for the USDA for more than 30 years, retiring in 2016. She served in several field offices in North Dakota, Montana and South Dakota. She lived in Huron, South Dakota.
  • Kenneth Fry, 76, MS ’72 educational administration, was the school superintendent in Linton, North Dakota, before moving to the Twin Cities in 1984. He then worked for Unisys and DARTS until his retirement. He lived in Rosemount, Minnesota. 
  • Jerome Bosch, 74, BS ’65 civil engineering, worked for the Bureau of Reclamation and later operated the family farm and ranch. He lived in Linton, North Dakota. 
  • Gloria (Crews) Anderson, 91, BS ’48 human development and education, was a teacher for 42 years, who also had an extensive collection of antique inkwells. She lived in Sun City, Arizona. 
  • John Thomas Jr., 75, BS ’66 economics, worked in sales for IBM and later started Promotional Services, a funding entity that provided financial resources to schools in Wisconsin and Minnesota. He lived in Appleton, Wisconsin.
  • Margaret (Johnson) Wasche, 94, BS ’45 home economics education, was a homemaker who was a 50-year member of the Mother Seaton Study Club, a Blue Bird and Boy Scout leader, a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae board and a board member at Catholic Family Services. She lived Fargo.

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