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  • James Stuntebeck, 85, BS ’56 pharmacy, was a co-owner of East Side Pharmacy, retiring in the early 1980s. He lived in Klamath Falls, Oregon. 
  • Patricia (White) Deery, 59, BS ’82 child development and family relations, had several management positions with area programs serving children and families, including Clay County Public Health, Tri-Valley Opportunity Council Head...
  • John Sandeen, 69, MS ’87 educational administration, a 33-year long career with the Minot Public Schools, advancing to head principal at Minot High School-Magic City Campus. He was a member of the National Association of...
  • Lee Sprague, 84, BArch ’63 architecture, was one of the founders of Moore Engineering in West Fargo, and worked there until retirement in 1993. He lived in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, and Queen Valley, Arizona.
  • Gordon Boyer, 86, BS ’66 economics, was a counselor in Mandan, North Dakota, for 34 years. He was an Army veteran who served during the Korean War. He lived in Allen, Texas
  • Thomas Brauer, 80, BS ’61 civil engineering, worked 33 years for the Bureau of Reclamation and Department of Energy in Huron, South Dakota, including two years in Denver. He lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
  • Alice (Springer) Miller, 93, BS ’48 home economics education, served on the county and state Farm Bureau boards as well as with Republican Women and Cattlewomen’s organizations. She was elected to the North Dakota House of...
  • Jean (Carlson) Quam Brown, 89, BS ’50 home economics education, taught at Grassland Township, Drake, Carrington, Minot State College and established the boys home economics program at Minot High School. She lived in Minot, North Dakota. 
  • Thomas Hornbacher, 64, BS ’87 social science, lived in Harrison, Arkansas. 
  • Martin Borchelt, 95, BS ’55 agricultural engineering, was employed at the John Deere Product Engineering Center for 31 years, retiring in 1983. He was a member of the Waterloo Crossroads Rotary Club and the Elks Club. He lived...

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