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Category: Obituaries

  • Roland MacFarlane, 90, BS ’79, MS ’86, horticulture, was an assistant professor of horticulture at NDSU-Bottineau. He then farmed near Grandin, North Dakota, and operated Elm River Garden Center, a seed and landscaping business. He lived in Hillsboro, North Dakota. January 2017
  • Marian Nelson, 85, MS ’65, was a teacher in Emerado, North Dakota; the Anne Carlson School in Jamestown, North Dakota; and Carl Ben Eielson Elementary and Lincoln Elementary in Fargo. She lived in Fargo. January 2017
  • Blaine Schultz, 94, BS ’47, electrical and electronic engineering, was an engineering manager for McGraw Edison, retiring in 1984. An active member of the South Milwaukee Lions Club, he received the Birch-Sturm Fellowship, President’s Award and Melvin Jones Award. He lived in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. January 2017
  • Myron Bright, 97, honorary doctorate ’08, was the longest-serving working judge on the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. During his distinguished career, he heard more than 7,000 cases and wrote in excess of 2,500 opinions. He lived in Fargo. January 2017
  • Irene (Houge) Glass, 97, BS ’41, English, home economics, was the first licensed woman contractor in Virginia, serving as designer, general contractor and realtor for more than 100 residences in the Washington, D.C., area. She also worked for Sen. Milton Young of North Dakota in his Washington office. She was an NDSU Foundation life trustee. She lived in Geneseo, New York. January 2017
  • C. Allan Urban, 80, BS ’57, mechanical engineering, was an engineer at Pratt & Whitney, and later a senior vice president at United Technologies Corp. He lived in Glastonbury, Connecticut. January 2017
  • Rose Morgan, 81, MS ’68, pharmacy, was a diagnostic microbiologist from 1965 until 1975 at NDSU. She later was a member of the Minot State University faculty for 16 years, teaching more than 10,000 pre-medical students. She lived in Minot, North Dakota.  January 2017
  • Richard Sander, 88, BS ’52, mechanical engineering, had a successful career with Dupont, Aerojet and Lockheed. The captain of his NDSU football team, he was an NDSU Foundation life trustee. He lived in Cameron Park, California. January 2017
  • Donald Heuer, 98, BS ’39, agricultural economics, farmed near Leonard, North Dakota. He was a founding partner for the Leonard Golf Course, a member of the Leonard Lions and Bethel Church board and served on the township board. He lived in Fargo.  January 2017
  • Marlene (Strom) Ehlke, 66, BS ’76, home economics education, lived in Fort Collins, Colorado. January 2017

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