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  • Thomas Moe, 65, BS '72 pharmacy, was employed with SuperX Drugs at several locations in Indiana and Illinois. In 1975, he moved to Bismarck, North Dakota, and started Northbrook Drug, which he owned and operated for almost 40 years. He lived in Bismarck. 
  • Max D. Danner, 62, BS '79 agricultural education, farmed near Jamestown, North Dakota. He also taught vocational agriculture at Petersburg and Michigan, North Dakota. In addition, he was a leader in 4-H club, FFA and Boy Scouts. He lived near Jamestown.
  • Shabel Freije, 81, MS '67 general science, taught chemistry, physics, biology and physical science in Steele, North Dakota, for 35 years. He became high school principal in 1966, and also coached high school baseball and refereed basketball games. He lived in Steele. 
  • Joyce (Laturnus) Nicholas, 61, BS '78 child development and family relations, worked as a library technician for the Veterans Administration Hospital in Fargo for 35 years. She also was a receptionist at Elim Rehab and Care Center in Fargo. She lived in West Fargo, North Dakota. 
  • Allen Wiig, 91, BS '49 arts and science, owned and operated the Fargo-Moorhead Ambulance Service for three years before joining Ford Motor Co. for 34 years. He also worked at auto shows for many years in the Twin Cities and Fargo-Moorhead. He lived in Minnetonka, Minnesota. 
  • Robert Dockter, 51, BS '88 business administration, economics, worked at the Ashley Medical Center as director of a four-member hospital consortium sharing medical services. In 1993, he moved to Eureka, South Dakota, where he was administrator and CEO of the Eureka Community Hospital until 2013. He lived in West Fargo, North Dakota.
  • DuWayne Baranyk, 81, BS '61 pharmacy, worked for Medcenter One in the pharmacy department for 40 years. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Dale Haakenstad, 86, FS '46 arts and science, was president of Western States Life Insurance Co. He served on numerous boards including, Dakota Hospital, NDSU Development Foundation and Northern States Power of Minneapolis. He lived in Fargo.
  • Arthur Lillevig, 89, BS '55 taught in Montana, Ohio and Nurnberg, Germany. He later taught at Falls Church, Virginia, until his retirement in 1985. During his lifetime, he visited all 50 states and 100 different countries. He lived in Falls Church.
  • Glen Symons, 67, BS '74 animal science, lived in Langdon, North Dakota.


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