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Category: Obituaries

  • Harold Jelleberg, 87, BS ’51 agricultural mechanization, worked for the USDA Soil Conservation Service in Ellendale, Foreman and Bismarck, N.D. He later was transferred to Grand Forks, N.D., where he became administrator of the Conservation Service of Northeast North Dakota. He lived in Perham, Minn.
  • Elizabeth (Bristol) Hunter, 98, BS ’36 food and nutrition, home economics education, was chief dietitian at Deaconess Hospital in Detroit. She later moved to Fargo and was active in the Meals on Wheels program and served on the board of the YWCA. She lived in Fargo.
  • James Hughes, 66, BArch ’73 architecture, was the operations manager at the NDSU computer center for 31 years. He also was a coach in the Fargo Catholic Schools System. He lived in Fargo.
  • H. Frank Hughes, 76, BS ’59, MS ’60 agricultural engineering, farmed near Neche, N.D. He was a motorcycle enthusiast. He lived in Neche.
  • Warren Hokana, 66, BS ’69 animal science, operated Hokana Ranch near Guelph, N.D.
  • John Hohbein, 48, BS ’90 electrical and electronic engineering, was employed at Acme Awning Co., and previously with All-American Recreation. He lived in Maplewood, Minn.
  • Ryan Hoag, 63, BS ’73 economics, worked for IBP/Tyson as a systems analyst and programmer for 32 years. He also was a Scout Master for 25 years. He lived in Jackson, Neb.
  • Luther “Andy” Hill, 44, BS ’91 political science, was an auto mechanic in Indiana before earning an education degree in social studies and teaching in Guam and South Korea. He was working on his master’s degree at the time of his death. He lived in Moorhead.
  • Paul Henningson, 56, BS ’83 biological sciences, MS ’90, plant pathology, practiced dentistry in the Brainerd, Minn., lakes area.  Early in his career, he was a research microbiologist at NDSU. He lived in Baxter, Minn.
  • Philip Hetland, 88, MEd ’61  educational administration, retired as a professor in the NDSU Department of Physics in 1986. Early in his career, he taught science, mathematics and music at Underwood, N.D., and later led the high school choirs and band at Bottineau, N.D. He lived in Moorhead.

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