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  • Merle Clemenson, 82, BS ’52 pharmacy, owned Bell Drug Store in Devils Lake, N.D., retiring in 1992. He previously worked at pharmacies in Fargo and Carrington, N.D. He was on the boards of the local Chamber of Commerce, country club and Rotary Club. He lived in Devils Lake.
  • Agnes (Israelson) Cline, 85, BS ’35 home economics, moved to Hawaii about a year after graduation, where her husband worked on the USDA soil survey of the Territory of Hawaii. She lived in Ithaca, N.Y.
  • Dr. Wei Chang, 70, PhD ’70 chemistry, was in family practice, radiology services and emergency medicine in the Sumner, Iowa, area. From 1972 to 1975, he was in general medical practice at McKenzie County Memorial Hospital in Watford City, N.D. He lived in Sumner.
  • Nancy (Hilleren) Brown, 62, BS ’72 home economics, worked for West River Transportation, the Census Bureau and as a nutritionist. She lived in Fargo.
  • Duane Carlson, 74, BS ’62 agricultural mechanization, worked 29 years with the Crookston Production Credit Association, retiring in 1993. He lived in Battle Lake, Minn.
  • Morris Broschat, 92, BS ’42 agricultural economics, was the former President of Midwest Federal Savings & Loan of Minot He served in the position from 1966 until his retirement in 1985. He continued as board chair until 1989. He lived in Fargo.
  • Alfred Boggs, 73, MS ’66 chemistry, was an assistant director at 916 Vocational Technical College in White Bear Lake, Minn. He also taught at Park Rapids, Minn., High School. He had homes in Park Rapids and Rockport, Texas.
  • Bryan Brierley, 90, BS ’50 economics, was employed in pharmaceutical sales and retired from Midwest Veterinary Supply Co. He lived in Moorhead.
  • Donald Bloomquist, 95, BS ’40 economics, was the former director of communications services for Southern States Cooperative. Prior to joining the cooperative, he edited weekly newspapers in Monticello, Minn., and Chatham, Va. He lived in Henrico, Va.
  • Aldrich C. Bloomquist, 91, honorary doctorate ’92 worked for the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers and American Crystal Sugar Co. for 30 years. Considered a leading expert on the United States sugar industry, he originated the publication of the Sugar Beet Growers magazine. He lived in Moorhead.

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