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Category: Obituaries

  • Lowell “Bud” Overbo, 83, BS ’59, agricultural economics, was president of McIntosh County Bank, Ashley, North Dakota. He was a former member of North Dakota 4-H board, Community Foundation board, Ashley Development Corporation and Opportunities Inc. received the 1987 Financial Service Advocate Award for North Dakota and was awarded the Outstanding Agriculturist for McIntosh County by NDSU in 1991. He lived in Ashley. December 2016
  • David Leverson, 73, BS ’70, economics, had a lengthy career working with Johnson Diversey Corp. in industrial chemical sales. He lived in Fargo.  November 2016
  • Robert Coit, 74, BS ’68, animal science, worked for Purina Feeds, Peavey and Zip Feeds. He eventually started his own feed company, Coit Feeds. He lived in Valley City, North Dakota. November 2016
  • Diane (Pedersen) Stoltz, 62, BS ’76, medical technology, worked in the microbiology departments at St. Alexius Hospital and Northern Plains Laboratory. She lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.   November 2016
  • Donald Kline, 69, BS ’69, history, was a teacher and coach in Minnesota before having a successful career in educational sales. He lived in Shorewood, Minnesota. November 2016
  • H. Morgan Lacy, 68, MS’ 79, general science, was the laboratory director and corporate director of quality assurance for General Nutrition Corp. He later worked at the Iowa State University Research Park for New Emerging Biotechnology Companies as a laboratory and quality manager. He lived in Fessenden, North Dakota. November 2016
  • Virginia (Fitch) Walby, 90, BS ’49, home economics, was a homemaker who took part in band performances most of her life. She lived in Hettinger, North Dakota. November 2016
  • John Shortall, 68, BS ’76, arts, humanities and social sciences, was a drilling fluid engineer in the oilfields. He was a board member for the Sea Lions swim organization. He lived in Williston, North Dakota.  November 2016
  • Elizabeth (Wahlers) Bobb, 83, Diploma ’54, Bismarck Hospital School of Nursing, was a registered nurse who was a girls 4-H leader and Sunday school teacher. She lived in Dickinson, North Dakota.  November 2016
  • John Dosland, 80, PhD ’69, botany, did post-doctoral studies at the New York Hospital for Skeletomuscular and Joint Diseases; and at the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. He retired as an information systems executive for the Illinois Department of Public Aid. He lived in Springfield, Illinois. November 2016

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