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  • Esther (Anderson) Lutz, 85, BS ’54 home economics education, was a home Extension agent and later was a member of her church’s administrative council. She was active in 4-H, Daughters of the American Revolution, Longmont Genealogical Society and Meals on Wheels. She lived in Longmont, Colorado.
  • Amber Boeshans, BS ’05 animal and range science, was named executive director of the North Dakota Livestock Alliance. She previously worked with the state Agriculture Department and has experience as a herd manager and dairy insurance specialist.
  • James Upton, DNP ’15 advanced nursing practice, joined Essentia Health in Fargo as a nurse practitioner in the interventional radiology department. He is certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
  • Chasity Stanczyk, BS ’17 psychology, was promoted to full-time behavior technician at the North Dakota Autism Center.
  • Zachary Bowe, BS ’17 social science education, was promoted to behavior support advance trainer at the North Dakota Autism Center.
  • Edward Sheeley, BS ’03 business administration, was promoted to vice president of president and VIP banker for Choice Financial’s Fargo market. He has been with Choice Financial since 2001.
  • Tanner Grunewald, BS ’14 finance, was been promoted to loan technician I at Bank Forward.
  • Duane Lillehaug, BS, ’71 social science, was acknowledged by the Great Plains Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury work. He is an attorney with the Maring Williams Law Office. 
  • Daniel Dunn, BS ’88 political science, was recognized by the Great Plains Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury work. He is an attorney with the Maring Williams Law Office. 
  • David Maring, BS ’71 sociology/criminal justice, business administration, was recognized by the Great Plains Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury work. He is an attorney with the Maring Williams Law Office. 

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