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  • Jodi Kelsch, BS ’00 accounting, was named to Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business, which was published in the March issue. She is co-owner and general manager of Kelsch, Kriz and Associates PC, Fargo.
  • Donna Block, BS ’11 university studies, was named to Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business, which was published in the March issue. She is president of Lux Communities, an Enclave company, in Fargo.
  • Jenn Rothschiller, BS ’13 public relations and advertising, was named to Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business, which was published in the March issue. She is the marketing and communications manager at Network Center Inc., Fargo.
  • Reggie MacMaster, MACC ’12 accountancy, was named to Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business, which was published in the March issue. She is the audit manager at Eide Bailly LLP in Fargo.
  • Ann K. Henderson, BS ’88 business administration and mechanical engineering, was named to Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business, which was published in the March issue. She is a research engineer at the Energy and Environmental Research Center at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.
  • Kacie McCarthy, PhD ’19 animal sciences, received the 2020 Young Scholar Award from the Midwest Section of the American Society of Animal Science. She is a beef cow-calf specialist in the animal science department at the University of Nebraska.
  • 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.

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