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Category: Obituaries

  • Karen (Schmidt) Hohenshelt, 71, BS '66, food and nutrition, was a dietician for patients on renal dialysis. She worked for the Veterans Administration and then DaVita Clinics in Ohio for 33 years. Her work with dialysis patients was published in medical journals and she spoke at dietetic conventions. She lived in Sadieville, Kentucky February 2016
  • George Gerlach, 66, AD '73, nursing, BUS '76, university studies, was the administrator of Granite Falls Municipal Hospital and Manor in Granite Falls, Minnesota. He earlier was director of nursing at Tri-County Hospital in Wadena, Minnesota, from 1975-86. He lived in Granite Falls.  February 2016
  • Frank Aasand, 66, BS '72, pharmacy, owned and operated Frank's Pharmacy in Grafton, North Dakota from 1983- 2001. He later worked for Grafton Drug and retired in 2011. He lived in Fargo. February 2016
  • E. Justin Reynolds, 63, BS '79, political science, had a banking career with US Bank, Fargo, Community First Bank and Collegiate Peaks Bank of Buena Vista, Colorado. He established the Rotary Club of Buena Vista and served on the Colorado College board. He lived in Fargo. February 2016
  • Eldon Frye, 65, BS '04, animal and range science, worked for Rink Construction and then Nerefour, followed by the North Dakota Highway Department in Watford City and New Town, North Dakota. He lived in New Town. February 2016
  • Mary Ann (Valentine) Larson, 80, BS '57, home economics education, was the Williams County Extension agent and later a homemaker. She lived in Vancouver, Washington.  February 2016
  • Rodger Lambie, 85, BS '54, agriculture, turned to a career in medicine after farming for a year. He became a top Radiologist and was a pioneer in CT Scanning and Mammography. He founded Diagnostic Imaging Center and opened four imaging centers, retirning in 1997. He lived in The Villages, Florida. February 2016
  • Loren Messner, 73, BS '77, physical education, was an Iowa district manager for the Boy Scouts of America, and later was a courier in the West Fargo area. He lived in Fargo. February 2016
  • Nora (Johnson) Irgens, 97, BS '40, home economics, was a homemaker who was a member of P.E.O Sisterhood, Beta Sigma Phi and Homemakers. She lived in Williston, North Dakota. February 2016
  • Chad Wold, 50, BS '88, biotechnology, was director of Healthcare Environmental Services at Sanford in Fargo for 20 years. He previously was manager of the Becker County Minnesota Environmental Services Department, an industrial hygiene technician at HTI Consultants, Fargo, and an industrial hygienist at MeritCare Occupational Health. He lived in Fargo.  February 2016

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