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Category: Obituaries

  • Herbert Reimer, 82, BS ’63 civil engineering, was the former city engineer in Moorhead, Minnesota, retiring in 2000. He lived in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.
  • Thomas Melin, 68, BS ’72 agricultural economics, MS ’85, agricultural education, worked for the University of Minnesota Extension Service 4-H youth development for 30 years retiring as a professor emeritus. He served on the Ada-Borup school board for 14 years and was a volunteer fire fighter for 20 years. He lived in Ada, Minnesota.
  • Jeffery Sieg, 61,BS ’80 agricultural mechanization, was an science instructor at Emerado, North Dakota, Middle School and Mayville State University. He lived in Emerado.
  • Rev. Leo Kinney, 60, BA ’88 philosophy/humanities, was a priest who served many churches in a number of North Dakota communities, including Fargo, Argusville, Balfour, Drake, Anamoose, Esmond, Reynolds, Hillsboro and Larimore. He lived in Minot, North Dakota.
  • Jarvis Kramer, 31, BS ’10 construction management, was a construction manager for Wanzek Construction and Short Elliott Hendrickson. He lived in Menoken, North Dakota.
  • Brian Scheer, 61, BS ’07 electrical engineering, served for 22 years in the U.S. Air Force and later worked for Otter Tail Power Co. He was lived in Ottertail, Minnesota.
  • Harlan Magnuson, 87, BS ’61 agricultural economics, worked for Production Credit Association and Farmers Home Administration for many years and also farmed near Sherwood, North Dakota. He was an Army veteran who lived in Mesa, Arizona.  
  • Dr. Erwin Samuelson, 89, BS ’52 zoology, was a medical doctor who practiced in Redondo Beach, California. He retired in 2013. He lived in Ranchos Palos Verdes, California.
  • Gary Louser, 81, BS ’61 electrical and electronic engineering, had a 22-year military career and served in Vietnam. He then was a test pilot for the Federal Aeronautics Administration based in Chicago and was the first pilot to fly the Goodyear blimp Columbia II. He later evaluated flight simulators and was a consultant for the U.S. Air Force. He lived in Minot, North Dakota.
  • Patrick Phillips, 72, BS ’71 pharmacy, was a registered pharmacist who lived in  Mandan, North Dakota.

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