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  • 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.
  • Michael Heller, 86, BS ’50 arts and science, lived in Green Valley, Ariz.
  • Donald Harsh, 85, MEd ’58  educational administration, taught at  Alexandria, Minn., Delano, Calif., and Robbinsdale, Minn. He was the principal at Lake Park, Minn. He lived in Lake Park.
  • Norma (Devick) Harmer, 74, BS ’60 food and nutrition, was a dietitian for several hospital systems and finished her career at a dietary supplement manufacturer. She lived in Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Glenna (Settingsgard) Hanson, 62, BS ’73 home economics education, worked for several programs as a family and consumer science teacher. She lived in Grand Forks, N.D.
  • Eugene Hanson, 74, BArch ’63 architecture, was a structural engineer at Boeing Co., and was a team member of the group that designed the 747. He also spent eight years as an engineer with the “Airplane-on-Ground” service organization, working with airlines that experienced airplane accidents or incidents. He lived in Edmonds, Wash.

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