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  • Shirley (Rodewald) Kolberg, 95, BS ’43, home economics education, taught home economics at high schools in North Dakota and in Washington State. She later taught home economics at NDSU and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. She lived in Denver. December 2016
  • Kathleen (Hogan) McDonald, 90, Diploma ’46, Bismarck Hospital School of Nursing, worked at Quain and Ramstad Clinic for 23 years. She lived in Bismarck, North Dakota. December 2016
  • Leslee (Pullen) Bublitz, 44, BS ’96, accounting, was the chief financial officer for Bublitz Trucking Inc. She lived in Williston, North Dakota.  December 2016
  • Arnold Strom, 94, BS ’50, arts and science, was co-owner with his brother of Strom Construction Co., a company that built roads throughout North Dakota and Minnesota. He lived in Moorhead, Minnesota. December 2016
  • Estelle (Piper) Harder, 68, BS ’77, human development and education, lived in Rugby, North Dakota. December 2016
  • Allen Drege, 85, BS ’54, agricultural economics, worked for the Farmers Home Administration, holding positions in Carson, Bowbells, Steele, Cando, Rolla and Minot, North Dakota. He also taught piano lessons, teaching more than 600 students during seven decades. He lived in Minot. December 2016
  • Leonard Eng, 86, BS ’59, electrical and electronic engineering, was a farmer and U.S. Air Force veteran. He lived in Thousand Oaks, California. December 2016
  • Alan Schuhmacher, 82, BS ’56, pharmacy, was a director in the North Dakota Hospital Association. He also worked for White Drug Co. in Jamestown and Fargo. He was an emeritus member of the NDSU Alumni Board. He lived in Grand Forks, North Dakota.   December 2016
  • Bradley Johnson, 55, BS ’83, agricultural economics, worked for the USDA’s Farm Service Agency and farmed his family farmstead with his brother. He lived in Lamoure, North Dakota. December 2016
  • John Gwyther, 96, MEd ’52, education, was an English teacher and guidance counselor at Benjamin Franklin Junior High School in Fargo for more than 40 years. He also was a musician, playing in several dance bands. He lived in Fargo. December 2016

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