Content | Navigation |

Class Notes


Category: Obituaries

  • Walter Hack, 80, MS ’73, chemistry, was a high school teacher who taught mathematics and science in Germany, Turkey and several communities in the Midwest. He lived in Omaha, Nebraska. August 2016
  • Thomas Ladendorf, 75, BS ’65, arts and science, taught at Berthold, McClusky and Des Lacs, North Dakota. During his retirement years, he was a substitute teacher for Minot, North Dakota, Public Schools. He lived in Minot,  August 2016
  • Carol Neys, 58, BS ’80, child development and family relations, taught at St. Bernard’s Catholic School in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, for 10 years. She then worked for American Crystal Sugar Co. in Crookston, Minnesota, for 16 years. She lived in Crookston.  August 2016
  • Carol (Helms) Grimm, 63, BS ’81, sociology education, was director of health and wellness at Minnesota State University Moorhead from 2008 to 2016. She previously was director of health promotion and prevention at Fargo Cass Public Health. She was a volunteer for many local groups, including YWCA, Fargo Youth Commission, YMCA, Historic Fargo Theater, American Heart Association, Plains Art Museum and the Sundance Film Festival. She lived in Fargo. August 2016
  • Barbara (Hendrickson) Phillips, 63, BS ’74, home economics education, was a home economics teacher at Sauk Rapids-Rice, Minnesota, High School and Watertown, South Dakota. She lived in Rice. August 2016
  • Loren Stangeland, 84, BS ’59, agricultural economics, owned Three Rivers Potato Services, Inc., and was president of the Idaho Food Technologists and the U.S. Potato Board. He lived in Richland, Washington.   August 2016
  • Charles “Chuck” Fleming, 70, BS ’67, agricultural economics, operated a diversified farming operation in Hamilton, North Dakota. In 1970, he was elected the North Dakota House of Representatives, and was re-elected four times. He later was chief of staff for Gov. George Sinner, and chaired the Growing North Dakota committee. He also was marketing coordinator and business development director for the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. He was the first recipient of the Wally Beyer Rural Development Award by the North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives, and he received the NDSU John Lee Coulter Award and the Northern Plains Sustainable Ag Society’s Friend of the Farmer award. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota. August 2016
  • Gerald Wyatt, 83, BS ’54, mechanical engineering, worked for General Mills and 3M Corp., where he earned numerous patents while working in the 3M Electrical Products Division in St. Paul, Minnesota, and Austin, Texas. He lived in San Angelo, Texas. August 2016
  • Jordan Ballard, 28, BS ’12, marketing, lived in Bloomington, Minnesota.   August 2016
  • Ramona (Glasmann) Wohlwend, 101, MEd ’62, education, taught school in Brainerd, Swanville and Frazee, Minnesota, and Fargo, where she was named Outstanding Teacher in 1974. He was a past board member of the National Council of Accreditation of Teaching Education. She lived in Moorhead.  August 2016

Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

Follow NDSU
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • RSS
  • Google Maps

Vice President for University Relations
North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-6101 - Fax: (701) 231-1989
Campus address: Library 16
Mailing address: Dept 6020 PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: Steve Bergeson

Last Updated: Thursday, August 18, 2016 12:10:37 PM