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Category: Obituaries

  • Elise Overvold, 63, BS ’75, child development and family relations, was a teacher and taught for 27 years in various North Dakota schools. She lived in Mandan, North Dakota. September 2016
  • Jacob Laber, 30, BS ’08, accounting, was a former professional baseball player with the F-M RedHawks, retiring as the franchise leader in wins, games started, innings pitched and strikeouts. He was an auditor at Noridian Healthcare Solutions. He lived in Fargo.  September 2016
  • Roger V. Anderson, 80, BS ’60, general agriculture, worked in road and bridge construction, both owning his own company and working for companies in North Dakota and Colorado. He lived in Dickinson, North Dakota. September 2016
  • Alvin Boe, 92, BS ’50, mathematics, worked for Reiten Manufacturing which later was purchased by Melroe. He was named Melroe's first "Man of the Year" in 1973. He lived in Colorado Springs, Colorado. September 2016
  • Stephen McLean, 68, BA ’70, history, practiced law in Oakes, North Dakota, for 35 years, and was the State's Attorney for Dickey County from 1998-2002. He also served as the city attorney. He had homes in Fargo and Big Floyd Lake, Minnesota. September 2016
  • Barbara A. Nilles, 85, AD ’75, nursing, lived in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. September 2016
  • Ellis Rockswold, 77, BS ’62, mathematics, was a retired captain with Delta Airlines, retiring in 1999 after a 29-year career. He was a decorated Army pilot who served two tours in Vietnam. He lived in Atlanta. September 2016
  • Walter Hack, 80, MS ’73, chemistry, was a high school teacher who taught mathematics and science in Germany, Turkey and several communities in the Midwest. He lived in Omaha, Nebraska. August 2016
  • Thomas Ladendorf, 75, BS ’65, arts and science, taught at Berthold, McClusky and Des Lacs, North Dakota. During his retirement years, he was a substitute teacher for Minot, North Dakota, Public Schools. He lived in Minot,  August 2016
  • Carol Neys, 58, BS ’80, child development and family relations, taught at St. Bernard’s Catholic School in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, for 10 years. She then worked for American Crystal Sugar Co. in Crookston, Minnesota, for 16 years. She lived in Crookston.  August 2016

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