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Category: Class notes 1980s

  • Stacia Heiden, BS ’87, joined Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota as vice president of strategy and business development. She previously was chief financial officer for DMS Health Technologies and chief financial officer and interim chief executive officer for Essentia Health, both in Fargo. August 2016
  • Jean Voorhees, BS ’80, MS ’86, agricultural economics, was named vice president of business development at WCCO Belting in Wahpeton, North Dakota. August 2016
  • Neal Larson, AD ’81, nursing, was named senior executive of admission at Bethany Retirement Living. He also continues as Bethany’s compliance officer. August 2016
  • Cheryl Thieschafer, BS ’87, food and nutrition, was appointed acting director of the St. Cloud VA Health Care System, St. Cloud, Minnesota. She previously was associate director. She served 12 years in the U.S. Army. July 2016
  • John Carlson, BS ’82, business, was named to the board of directors of the Lawai Beach Resort, a time-share resort on the island of Kauai in Hawaii. He lives in Fargo.     June 2016
  • Donald E. Felch, BS ’88, biological sciences, BS ’89, animal and range sciences, Is the watershed and easement biologist for USDA-NRCS in North Dakota. He retired in 2008 from the N.D. Army National Guard where he was an instructor in the combat engineering field. He lives in Bismarck, North Dakota. June 2016
  • Shane Martin, BS ’87, history education, social science education, MEd ’95, secondary education, was named the Fargo School District’s 2016 Administrator of the Year. He is an assistant principal at Ben Franklin Middle School. May 2016
  • Heidi Uglem, BS ’86, child development and family science, was named center director of Learn ’n Move Childcare Center in Fargo, a new nonprofit 501(c)3 organization formed by the Anne Carlsen Center and TNT Kid’s Fitness. It is expected to open June 1. May 2016
  • Bret Anderson, BS ’83, civil engineering, was named a stockholder at Fargo-based Northern Technologies. He is a principal engineer. May 2016
  • Edward Vance, BArch '81, architecture, was elected secretary of the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows Executive Committee. He a past professor at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas College of Architecture, and continues to guest lecture in professional practice classes and juries design studios. He lives in Las Vegas. April 2016

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