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  • Bree (DeMontigny) DeNaeyer, BS ’99 animal and range sciences, was appointed to the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board. The 100-member board is responsible for guiding the national Beef Checkoff Program. She ranches with her husband on their Flying D ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska.
  • Genevieve (Smith) Doyle, 97, BUS ’76 university studies, was a commercial artist. She was an artist for the American Indian Curriculum Development Program, which illustrated the history of the United Tribes that is used in many North Dakota public schools. She also was art director at St. John’s Academy. She lived in Cottage Grove, Minnesota.
  • Wylie Briggs, 88, BS ’60 business management, worked for Crane Johnson Lumber for his entire career, still serving as board chair at the time of his death. He lived in Fargo.
  • Diane (Milde) Argyle, 76, BA ’66 zoology, botany, directed the Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation ice skating program for 27 years until she retired in 1999.She lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Kenneth Alverson, 56, BS ’87 industrial engineering, was a motorcycle enthusiast and an avid guitar collector. He lived in Selah, Washington.
  • Beverly (Bruski) Boggs, 70, MEd ’94 counseling and guidance, was a counselor in Bremerton, Washington. She lived in Port Orchard, Washington.
  • Ardis (Olmstead) Carvell, 76, BS ’65 home economics, was a member of Home Makers Club, Red Hats and was a 4-H leader. She lived in Fargo.
  • Michael Evenson, 68, BS ’74 physical education, was co-owner of Hill Marking Inc. Leesburg, Florida, retiring in 2012. During his time at NDSU, he played center for the Bison football team.He lived in Lady Lake, Florida. 
  • Janice (McCurdy) Alm, 81, BS ’60 communication disorders, was a speech pathologist in the Moorhead School District, taught at NDSU and was a speech pathologist for Cass County Special Education.She lived in Moorhead. 
  • Dr. Kevin Mickelson, 63, BS ’79 zoology, practiced emergency medicine in both Fargo and Bismarck, North Dakota.


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