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  • James Spicer, 53, BS ’87 electrical and electronic engineering, was a project engineer at ITC Transmission. He lived in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
  • Harold Jenkinson, 91, BArch ’55 architecture, was an NDSU emeritus professor of architecture. He was a former department chair and served on numerous campus building committees. He was principal architect of his own firm since 1962. He lived in Fargo.
  • Merle Huhner, 82, BS ’56 agricultural mechanization, served in the Naval Reserve and then worked for the Soil Conservation Service at several North Dakota locations. Upon he retirement, he worked as a consultant for the Ramsey County Water Resource Board. He lived in Fargo. 
  • Kim Whipple, 67, BS ’72 botany, began his career with the Forest Service and then worked for the Soil Conservation Service. He lived in Fargo.
  • Ralph Williams, 96, BS ’42 chemistry, was a Navy veteran who worked as a chemist in the automotive paint industry. He lived in Greenville, North Carolina. 
  • Jean DePuy (Finnegan) Whitman, 91, BS ’49 arts and science, was a homemaker, who raised three children. She lived in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
  • Rodney D. Anderson, 65, BS ’74 economics, practiced law in the areas of estate planning, trust, probate and taxation for 38 years. He was an adjunct professor at the Hamline Law School and wrote sections of the “Probate and Trust Law Desk Book.” He lived in Rochester, Minnesota.
  • Dale Anderson, 80, BS ’59 agricultural mechanization, MS ’60 agricultural economics, was an NDSU professor of agricultural economics and later was director of the Water Research Institute and Transportation Institute. He joined the Greater North Dakota Association in 1974. He served as the President of the Greater North Dakota Association from 1981through 2003. He received the Greater North Dakotan Award in 2012. He was a former president of Team Makers and was a life trustee for the NDSU Foundation. He lived in West Fargo.
  • Arnold Haugeberg, 79, BS ’59 agricultural education, served 23 years in the U.S. Air Force. He was a Vietnam Veteran and received the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Force Commendation Medal and Air Medal with Oak Leaf Clusters. He retired as a lieutenant colonel in 1979. After the military, he was an ag Science teacher in Granger and Belton, Texas. He lived in Belton. 
  • James Wold, 81, BS ’58 business, led the development and operations of the Fargo Holiday Inn and other hotels in North Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Texas, Arizona and Kansas. He lived in Fargo.

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