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  • Curtis Jones, BS’79 physical education, MEd ’85, education management, was inducted into the North Dakota Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Hall of Fame. He was the West Fargo High School activities director from 1989 to 2015. He is a former Bison football player.
  • Hal Ensrud, 62, BS ’79 pharmacy, had a 33-year career with Osco Drug and CVS Health, including stops in Wisconsin and Iowa. He lived in Fargo. 
  • Phyllis (Rowe) Davis, 101, BS ’38 food and nutrition, home economics education, was a former officer and registered dietician in the U.S. Army. She earned a master’s degree in nutrition at Columbia University, New York. As a youth, she was the fifth Golden Eaglet Girl Scout in North Dakota. She lived in San Diego.
  • William Bossert, 92, BS ’52 pharmacy, was a pharmacist with Drake Pharmacy, Trinity Hospital and John Moses Air Force Hospital. He was a World War II Army veteran who served in the Pacific Theatre. He lived in Minot, North Dakota. 
  • Doris (Malstrom) Berstler, 89, BS ’51 textiles and clothing, was a special needs coordinator for the Jamestown Public Schools. In 1989, she was named Educator of the Year by the North Dakota Association of Retarded Citizens. She lived in Frazee, Minnesota.
  • Adolf Hauf, 83, BS ’62, MS ’63 electrical and electronic engineering, worked for Phillips Petroleum, the Atomic Energy Commission and Bonneville Power. He retired in 1993. An Air Force veteran, he was an active member of the Elks, American Legion and Kiwanis Club. He lived in Lewiston, Idaho. 
  • David Kaspari, 86, BS ’54 animal science, established the Diamond Hereford Ranch where he raised registered, polled Hereford bulls. He also taught science at the Sheldon, North Dakota, High School. He lived in Fargo. 
  • Sarah “Sally” (Heckert) Freeland, 84, AD ’90 child development and family science, was a homemaker, who supported her husband during his military career throughout the country. She lived in The Villages, Florida. 
  • Thomas Miller, 77, BS ’72 agricultural economics, was a rancher who lived in Towner, North Dakota.
  • Lois June (Skadeland) Miller, 95, BS ’43 food and nutrition, home economics education, was a teacher in the Newark Unified School District, a professional dietitian and former captain in the U.S. Army. She lived in Newark, California.


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