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  • Janet Bailly, BS ’79 design, joined the sales and design team of Western Products. She is a design consultant for blinds, shades and shutters.
  • Steve Swiontek, BS ’78 business administration, honorary doctorate ’06, was among 10 business leaders recognized by Prairie Business magazine with Leaders and Legacies Awards. The publication honored some of the most successful and civic-minded leaders in the region. He is chairman and past president and CEO of Gate City Bank, Fargo.
  • Paul Steffes, BS ’73 mechanical engineering, was among 10 business leaders recognized by Prairie Business magazine with Leaders and Legacies Awards. The publication honored some of the most successful and civic-minded leaders in the region. He is the founder and chief innovation adviser for Steffes LLC, Dickinson, North Dakota.
  • Lance Wolf, BS ’71 physical education, was hired as a business development officer at Bell Bank, Fargo.
  • Colleen Duffy Kiko, BS ’72 arts and science, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to chair the Federal Labor Relations Authority. She lives in Arlington, Virginia.
  • Terrence Dahl, BS ’77 pharmacy, retired from Gilead as senior vice president after nearly 24 years with the company. He previously was with Syntex Corp. for 12 years.
  • Patrick Simmers, BS ’74 physical education, retired as executive director of the NDSU Team Makers organization.
  • Thomas Knudsen, BS ’77 horticulture, retired June 3 after 42 years with the Minn-Dak Farmers’ Cooperative in Wahpeton, North Dakota. He was vice president of agriculture for the company.
  • Glee Mayer, BS ’75 physical education, retired after 35 years of teaching and coaching at Minot High School. Her teams won 12 state championships in track and field and two in cross country. She has been inducted into the Minot High School Hall of Fame, North Dakota Coaches Association Hall of Fame, National Coaches Association Hall of Fame and North Dakota Track and Field Hall of Fame.
  • Arland Rasmussen, BUS ’74 university studies, had the chief conference room of West Fargo City Hall named in his honor. He was recognized as the city’s former police chief and for his 46-year career in public service.

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