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Category: Obituaries

  • Monte McVay, 76, BS ’62, agriculture, worked for the Bureau of Reclamation Soil Science Division for 35 years. He lived in Boise, Idaho. September 2016
  • Barbara (Duncan) Erickson, 80, MS ’58, microbiology, taught microbiology full-time, initially, and then part-time at Concordia College for almost 30 years. She lived in Moorhead, Minnesota. September 2016
  • Roger Bischoff, 81, MS ’72, educational administration, was a teacher and school administrator in Gwinner, Valley City and Tower City, North Dakota. He later owned Allard Trophy. He lived in Valley City.   September 2016
  • Elgi Toman, 80, BS ’58, general agriculture, worked for National Farmers Union Insurance before owning and operating his own general insurance agency. He lived in Baraboo, Wisconsin.  September 2016
  • Denise Askegaard, 59, BS ’08, nursing, was a nurse at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo. Earlier, she worked as a beautician, bartender, cocktail waitress and drove sugar beet truck. She lived in Comstock, Minnesota.  September 2016
  • Florence (Hektner) Jordahl, 95, BS ’43, home economics, taught in Mandan and Lidgerwood, North Dakota. She lived in Fargo. September 2016
  • Bruce Ovind, 76, BS ’62, agronomy, farmed with his son near Emerado, North Dakota. An avid skier and hunter, he was a life member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. He lived in Emerado. North Dakota September 2016
  • Elise Overvold, 63, BS ’75, child development and family relations, was a teacher and taught for 27 years in various North Dakota schools. She lived in Mandan, North Dakota. September 2016
  • Jacob Laber, 30, BS ’08, accounting, was a former professional baseball player with the F-M RedHawks, retiring as the franchise leader in wins, games started, innings pitched and strikeouts. He was an auditor at Noridian Healthcare Solutions. He lived in Fargo.  September 2016
  • Roger V. Anderson, 80, BS ’60, general agriculture, worked in road and bridge construction, both owning his own company and working for companies in North Dakota and Colorado. He lived in Dickinson, North Dakota. September 2016

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