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Category: Obituaries

  • Larry Durand, 78, MEd ’72 educational administration, had a 45-year career in education. He also was the coordinator for the Northern Red River Valley ITV System. He lived in Grafton, North Dakota.
  • John Schmitz, 66, BS ’76 had a successful career in the oil and gas industry. He was president of the Williston Coyote Foundation and a passionate Bison football fan. He lived in Chandler, Arizona.
  • Harold Lang, 67, BS ’76 agricultural economics, was a farmer near Beach, North Dakota, for 25 years. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, president of the Beach School Board and treasurer of Beach Civil Township. He later worked for Beco Inc. in Billings, Montana. He lived in Billings.
  • Edison “Terry” Colwell, 81, BS ’60 agricultural education, was a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army. His 33-year military career included tours in Germany, Vietnam, Virginia, Iowa and Missouri. During the Vietnam War, he received the Bronze Star Medal. He lived in Cedar Park, Texas.
  • Michael Schroedl, 75, BS ’68 mechanical engineering, earned his doctorate from Virginia Tech and worked for Firestone Research Center, Akron, Ohio; B & W Research Center, Alliance, Ohio; and the Naval Ordnance Lab, Washington D.C. He lived in Brewster, Ohio.
  • Romayne “Andy” Anderson, 85, BS ’59 electrical and electronic engineering, worked with Hughes Aircraft and General Dynamics. In 1962, he joined Texas Instruments in the Dallas Integrated Circuits group. Later he became a member of TI's original Advanced Computer Team in Austin, Texas. He was an Air Force veteran who lived in Allen, Texas.
  • David Hoffmann, 68, AD ’74 agricultural education, lived in Watford City, North Dakota.
  • Lisa Seavert, 36, BS ’04 zoology, had an internship at Earthwatch Institute in Washington where she participated in an expedition to the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute. She was a volunteer at the Redwood Falls, Minnesota, Animal Shelter, and she worked as manager at Woof Dah! She was selected to travel to Europe with the Ambassadors to Music. She lived in Apple Valley, Minnesota.
  • Harold Ugelstad, 101, BS ’48 electrical and electronic engineering, was a division engineer with Northern States Power Co. (now Xcel Energy) in Fargo and St. Paul, Minnesota. He worked for the company for 42 years. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and later, as a member of the North Dakota Air National Guard, he served during the Korean Conflict. His military honors included the European Theater Combat Ribbon with three battle stars, a Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Combat Infantryman Badge. He lived in Walker, Minnesota.
  • Karen (Kockelman) Schultz , 58, BS ’83 food and nutrition, mass communication, was a registered dietician at the Spooner, Wisconsin, hospital and nursing home. She was an active volunteer with Give Cancer the Boot and Washburn County Relay for Life. She lived in Spooner.  

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