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  • Mildred (Anderson) Humphreys, 89, BS ’45 human development and education, taught at Easton and Benton, Missouri. She also served 10 years in the Missouri State Legislature. She lived in St. Joseph, Missouri.
  • Claude Heidt, 68, BA ’72 English, ran Heidt’s Family Shoe Store, drove school bus and delivered mail in Mott, North Dakota, where he lived.
  • LuCille Knudtson, 96, BS ’39 human development and education, was a teacher in Milner and Mandan, North Dakota, and McIntosch, Northfield, Benson and Robbinsdale, Minnesota. She lived in Minneapolis.
  • Calvin Miller, 67, BS ’69 animal science, worked for the Department of Natural Resources and Soil Conservation Service. A member of the Alaska Air National Guard, he served for 23 years. He lived in Ninilchik, Alaska.
  • Caroline (Yineman) Littlefield, 47, BUS ’88 university studies, worked at the Upper Souris Wildlife Refuge, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in Bismarck, North Dakota, and for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. She lived in Harvey, North Dakota. 
  • Robert Follett, 97, BS ’39 mechanical engineering, worked at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. as an accounting supervisor. He retired in 1976 after a 41-year career. He lived in Medford, Oregon.
  • Robert Penne, 87, BS ’63 pharmacy, was a pharmacist at Sterling Drug, Austin, Minnesota, and Ekren Drug, Thief River Falls, Minnesota. He later owned Green Drug and Gift in Dickinson, North Dakota. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota. 
  • Donald Brockel, 92, BS ’47 electrical and electronic engineering, was a decorated WWII and Korean War veteran, who was the manager of purchasing for Northern States Power Co. He lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • William Linzbach, 73, BS ’67 economics, had a long career in the agriculture insurance business. He was a regional manager for The Mill Mutual from 1980-92. He retired from the agri-business in 2004 after 35 years. He lived in Boise, Idaho. 
  • M. Anne (Renner) Wall, 67, BS ’71 arts and science, taught special education classes in Valley City, North Dakota, and later in Montana. She lived in Moorhead, Minnesota.

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