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Category: Obituaries

  • Gary Mora, 77, BS ’64 animal science, was an associate editor at The Dakota Farmer magazine before working for 33 years at NDSU, mostly in Agricultural Communications. He was a longtime supporter of Ducks Unlimited and was a charter member of the Red River Zoological Society. He lived in Fargo.
  • Harriet (Overboe) Gullingsrud, 90, BS ’51 home economics education, taught home economics in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, and at Simle Junior High School in Bismarck, North Dakota. She was a member of the Bismarck Mandan Home Economists, Delta Kappa Gamma and Bismarck-Mandan Retired Teachers. She lived in St. Louis.
  • Harold Neameyer, 82, BS ’63 agricultural economics, helped start Rolla Glass and Paint before joining Job Service ND in 1966. He worked for Job Service ND in Rolla, Minot, Valley City and Bismarck, where he was promoted to field operations chief. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Gustav Pavcsik, 93, BArch ’51 architecture, worked for various architectural firms in New Jersey and for the State of New Jersey during his career. He was an Army veteran who lived in Brick, New Jersey.
  • Thomas Otto, 52, BS ’92 microbiology, worked at the NDSU Pharmacokinetics Drug Analysis Laboratory, and later for Ani Pharmaceutical and Pharm Pac LLC in Gulfport and Meridian, Mississippi. At the time of his death, he was plant manager at Midcontinent Packaging, Enid, Oklahoma. He lived in Enid.
  • Dale Champ, 81, MS ’90 educational administration, was an educator, who served as a teacher, coach and athletic director at East Chain, Lake Crystal and Elbow Lake, Minnesota. He later retired from coaching and was principal as Elbow Lake-Wendell High School consolidated with Barrett High School. After retiring from education in 1992, he held a management position with Enviro-Tech International. He lived in Elbow Lake.
  • Leopoldo Rodriguez Jr., 80, BS ’70 economics, was a longtime civil rights advocate. He lived in Pueblo, Colorado.
  • Diane Johnson, 66, AD ’73 home economics, worked for Dakota Hospital, the Tree Top Restaurant and later DMS in Fargo before moving to Las Vegas in 2005 to be near her daughter and grandchildren. She lived in Las Vegas.
  • Kent Anderson, 82, BArch ’58 architecture, was an architect for more than 50 years. His projects included the Minnewaukan school, Red River and Central High Schools for the Grand Forks School District and several buildings on the University of North Dakota campus. He lived in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
  • Carla (Hanson) Sletten, 67, AD ’73 nursing, was a registered nurse who later was named director of nursing at Northwood Deaconess Health Center. She lived in Northwood, North Dakota.

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