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Category: Obituaries

  • Beverly (Kilzer) Nott, 39, BUS ’99, university studies, was owner and optometrist at High Plains Vision Center in Rawlins and Saratoga, Wyoming. She lived in Rawlins.  January 2017
  • Evan Dalluge, 70, AD ’74, nursing, was a registered nurse in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. He lived in Moorhead, Minnesota.  January 2017
  • Rose Anne (Vogel) Millette, 92, BS ’46, home economics education and food and nutrition, MS ’69, home economics education, was a licensed registered dietician. She was the nutrition journalist for the NDSU Extension Service from 1969 until her retirement in 1987. She was advisor to the North Dakota Homemakers Council and taught workshops and throughout the state. She lived in Fargo. January 2017
  • Vaughn “Vonnie” (Pierce) Hughes, 79, AD ’82, nursing, lived in Peoria, Arizona. January 2017
  • Kevin Kawlewski, 49, BS ’93, civil engineering, was an associate for the WSB & Associates consulting and design firm. He lived in Eagan, Minnesota. January 2017
  • Vernon R. Strong, 89, BS ’50, civil engineering, was a retired construction manager for Smuckers. He lived in Waconia, Minnesota. January 2017
  • Lois (Andren) Evans, 85, BS ’55, apparel and textiles, was an interior designer who owned her own business. She established the Lois A. Evans Scholarship at NDSU. She lived in Mundelein, Illinois.   January 2017
  • Jerold O. Nelson, 77, BS ’61, psychology, was a retired attorney for the Nelson law firm, Minneapolis. He specialized in agricultural and commodity law and contracts. He lived in St. Paul, Minnesota. December 2016
  • 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

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