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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • Zachary D. Olson, BS ’06 mechanical engineering, accepted the factory manager position at the American Crystal Sugar Co. Crookston, Minnesota, factory.
  • Charles Cooper, BS ’06 agricultural economics, MS ’06, business administration, was hired as president and CEO at Northwestern Bank.
  • Michael H. Ostlie, BS ’06 crop and weed sciences, MS ’09, plant sciences, was selected to participate in the 19th class of the LEAD21 program, a leadership program. He is director of the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center.
  • Daniel Aaron Sawatzky, BS ’07, MS ’09 soil science, accepted the business development engineer position at American Crystal Sugar Co.’s corporate office. He has been with American Crystal since 2010.
  • Kimberlee Hegvik, BS ’01 political science, was elected as Cass County state’s attorney. She has been a prosecutor for 16 years.
  • Eric Ptacek, BS ’01 agricultural education, accepted the agronomy manager position at American Crystal Sugar Co.’s Moorhead and Hillsboro factory districts. He previously was agronomy manager in the East Grand Forks and Crookston districts.
  • Aaron Muehlberg, BS ’08 mechanical engineering, accepted the production superintendent position at the American Crystal Sugar Co. factory in Moorhead, Minnesota. He previously was the factory’s maintenance superintendent.
  • Nolan Braseth, BS ’07 agriculture and biosystems engineering, was promoted to factory manager at the American Crystal Sugar Co. factory in Crookston, Minnesota. He previously was the production superintendent at the company’s factory in Moorhead, Minnesota.
  • Ryan J. Wall, BS ’04 mechanical engineering, accepted the factory manager position at the American Crystal Sugar Co. facility in Hillsboro, North Dakota. He previously was the factory manager at the company’s Crookston, Minnesota, facility.
  • Kelly Messerschmidt, BS ’09 accounting, accepted the corporate accounting manager position at the American Crystal Sugar Co. corporate office. She previously was a budget analyst at the company.

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