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  • Traci Anderson, BS ’99 veterinary technology, was promoted to pharmacovigilance coordinator at SafetyCall International/Pet Poison Helpline, a triple-licensed poison control and adverse event management center in Bloomington, Minnesota. Anderson oversees adverse event reporting to U.S. and foreign regulatory agencies on behalf of veterinary pharmaceutical companies.
  • Owen Brenden, BS ’58 mechanical engineering, writes that he attended his first Bison football game Dec. 3 at age 94. He watched the Bison defeat the University of Montana Grizzlies 49-26 in the FCS playoffs at the Fargodome. Brenden attended NDSU using the GI bill after returning home from the Korean War. He is from Minot, North Dakota.
  • Howard Huebner, 65, BS ’79 agricultural economics, started his career in agricultural finance with the Federal Land Bank in Appleton, Minnesota, followed by a move to Blooming Prairie, Minnesota. He then transferred to Farm Credit Services in Moorhead, and later joined the RABO Ag Finance team in Fargo. He lived in Fargo.
  • Donnly Haugland, 51, BS ’95 industrial engineering, worked for Woodland Container, Aitkin, Minnesota; Red River Manufacturing, West Fargo; Loegering Manufacturing, Casselton, North Dakota; and Collins Aerospace, Jamestown, North Dakota. He lived in Jamestown.
  • Curtis Bring, 79, BS ’65, MS ’67 mathematics education, was an educator at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, and Minnesota State University Moorhead. He was a veteran of the North Dakota Army National Guard. He lived in Minneapolis.
  • Rae Ann (Winlaw) Wyum, 81, BS ’64 textiles and clothing, was a Ward County Extension agent for many years. She also was secretary of the Investment Club, a member of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and the VFW Auxiliary of Cavalier and a 4-H Club leader in Ward County. She lived in Minot, North Dakota.
  • Ervin Reuther, 90, BS ’58 pharmacy, was owner of Langdon Rexall Drug, and was president of both the North Dakota State Pharmacy Association and the State Board of Pharmacy. He was a Langdon city commissioner for eight years, president of the local Chamber of Commerce and Jaycees and a board member for Cavalier County Memorial Hospital. He was an Air Force veteran who lived in Brainerd, Minnesota.
  • James E. Williams, 76, BS ’69 economics, was involved in real estate; building apartments, condos and homes; and RV sales in Vail and Colorado Springs, Colorado. He lived in Cape Coral, Florida.
  • Patricia (Johns) LeBlanc, 66, BS ’79 animal science, lived in East Hardwick, Vermont.
  • Norma (Bymers) Effertz, 78, BS ’66 home economics education, was employed by Singer Sewing Co., the North Dakota Dairy Council and as a nutritionist for the Women, Infants and Children Program. She was a 4-H Leader, and a member of the NDSU consultation board, State Farm Service Agency board and served as secretary- treasurer for the North Dakota Limousin Cattle Association. She received the North Dakota Soil Conservation Achievement Award in 1981. She lived in Velva, North Dakota.

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