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  • Monsignor Jeffrey L. Wald, 56, BUS ’88 university studies, was ordained a priest in the Diocese of Fargo in 1992. He served parishes in Grand Forks St. Bernard, Oriska, Fingal, Fargo, Devils Lake, Crary, Starkweather and Jamestown, North Dakota. Through his leadership, a $6 million renovation of St. Johns Academy in Jamestown was finished just prior to his death. He lived in Jamestown.
  • Barbara (Asp) Galambos, 89, BS ’56, MS ’57 arts and science, was a science and biology teacher for several years in Montana and Pennsylvania. She later was a homemaker and mother to her four children. She lived in Minneapolis.
  • Doris Bandel, 69, BS ’88 mechanical engineering, had a diverse career, including jobs with major companies such as Melroe Bobcat and Viking Tool. Eventually, she retired from Beckman Coulter, working in quality assurance. She lived in Chatfield, Minnesota.
  • Karen Hauff, 76, BS ’69 pharmacy, spent many years working for and retiring from Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center as a neonatal pharmacist specialist. She was named one of the Outstanding Young women of America in 1980, served on the board of directors for Tabor College and was promoted to clinical associate professor in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota. She also contributed to multiple textbooks in her field. She lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Dennis Johnson, 79, BS ’62 animal science, was a dairy scientist at West Central School and Experiment Station in Morris, Minnesota. His many projects led to travel to Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Denmark, Uruguay, Norway, France and Germany. For nearly 20 years he also was synod coordinator for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America hunger appeal. That work included travel to Kenya, Tanzania, Israel, Bolivia, Peru and South Africa. He was an Army veteran who lived in Morris.
  • Delphine (Lindemann) Senn, 89, BS ’53 design, was a teacher for most of her adult life, substituting at the local school into her 70s. She lived in Alexandria, Virginia.
  • Patricia (Walford) Kraemer, 75, BS ’80 home economics education, MS ’85 child development and family relations, held jobs in banking, retail and education. She later worked as an employment specialist for the state of Nebraska until she retired in 2014. She was active in Red Hat Society, Elks, YMCA, Kiwanis, Nebraska Governor’s Committee and the local Chamber of Commerce. She lived in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.
  • Raymon Seiler, 86, MS ’69, EDS ’80 educational administration, had a 47-year career as a teacher, coach and school administrator. He held positions in Esmond and Kindred, North Dakota; and Kennedy and Bellingham, Minnesota. He lived in Bellingham.
  • John Wright, 79, BS ’65 civil engineering, was a longtime employee of the Montana State Highway Department, with positions in Kalispell, Eureka and Helena. He was active in the Helena Elks Lodge. He lived in Helena.
  • Marlowe (Gronberg) Owen, 89, BS ’52 chemistry, performed soil analysis for the state of North Dakota early in her career, and later prepared taxes at H&R Block and Lyle Barr and Associates Accounting. Most recently, she taught chemistry to incoming freshmen and nursing students at Indiana State University. She lived in Terre Haute, Indiana.

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