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  • Sidney Staszko Kuropchak, 61, BA ’74 sociology, criminal justice, was a co-founder of the Light Electric Vehicle Association, and served as executive director, board member and president. She also was as the coordinator for eCycleElectric Consulting. In addition, she held key posts at WaveCrest Labs, Ultra Motor USA and Stone Industrial. Previous to that, she was president of Lauren Manufacturing, New Philadelphia, Ohio. She lived in Stockton Springs, Maine.
  • Clarence Kragness, 72, BS ’67 electrical and electronic engineering, worked as carpenter for Nylander’s Construction and Dolan Construction. He lived in Wildrose, N.D.
  • Carroll Kuch, 78, BS ’60 electrical and electronic engineering, worked for North American Aviation, Rockwell and McDonnell Aircraft. He lived in Lancaster, Calif.
  • Sheila (Frydenlund) Knop, 66, BS ’68 home economics education, lived in Fort Collins, Colo.
  • Eugene Kinzler, 77, MS ’74 general science, was a teacher in Fullerton, N.D., and Hulett, Wyo. He later moved to Oakes, N.D., where he sold Nodak Mutual Insurance for 25 years. He lived in Oakes.
  • Grace (Arnam) Kaldor, 105, BS ’28 human development and education, was a teacher, who at one time during her career taught at Fargo’s Horace Mann Elementary School. She lived in Westfield, Ind.
  • Douglas Johansen, 84, BS ’51 horticulture, was a plant pathologist for the Minnesota Seed certification program. He later worked for the North Dakota State Seed Department, where he served as state seed commissioner. He also directed North Dakota state potato programs. He lived in Fargo. 
  • Ross S. Josephson, 97, BS ’42 civil engineering, was a maintenance supervisor for Phillips Petroleum for 38 years. He lived in Pilot Point, Texas.
  • Edmund Jensen, 81, BUS ’83 university studies, had a career ranging from a fireman with the Burlington Northern Railroad to a patrolman for the Fargo Police Department. He also had a 30-year career with the North Dakota Air National Guard. He was a member of the Masonic Temple and El Zagal Shriners. He lived in Fargo.
  • Howard Huntley, 98, BS ’39 mathematics education, was a finance officer for the Veterans Administration. He was an Army veteran of World War II and Korea. He lived in Peoria, Ariz.

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