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  • Stephen Hoag, 73, BS ’67 pharmacy, was a professor, dean and provost at during an academic career at several universities. He lived in Duluth, Minnesota. 
  • Arlen Leholm, 68, BS ’70, MS ’72 agricultural economics, had a career of more than 30 years in higher education, including roles of dean and director of the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service and director of Michigan State University Extension. He also was a consultant to the World Bank. He was the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus of the NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources. He lived in Apple Valley, Minnesota. 
  • Ernest Blickensderfer, 91, BS ’53 agricultural engineering, was an Air Force veteran who served in Korea, Okinawa and San Angelo. He later farmed in the Mott, North Dakota, area. He lived in Mott and Rapid City, South Dakota.
  • Jody Boeckel, 46, BS ’96 microbiology, worked in the restaurant business, mostly as a manager. He lived in Fargo. 
  • Roger Paul Sell, 63, BS ’88 animal and range science, was a member of several bands and played professionally throughout Minnesota and North Dakota. He lived in Hawley, Minnesota. 
  • Ronald Plath, 73, BS ’67 animal science, was a soil conservationist in Dickinson, North Dakota, and later farmed near Davenport, North Dakota. He lived in Fargo. 
  • Doris (Selvig) Flaming, 95, BS ’43 home economics education, taught in Oakes, North Dakota, and later was employed at the FM Treetop, Oak Manor and Holiday Inn and managed Blacks Brookdale in Moorhead. She lived in Fargo.
  • Kimberly (Klaudt) Birrenkott, 38, BS ’02 psychology, worked for Strategic Fund Raising in Fargo, and most recently was employed by Wex Health in West Fargo. She lived in Horace, North Dakota. 
  • Dorothy (Anderson) Kitterman, 95, BS ’44 home economics education, taught in Velva, Minot and Leeds, North Dakota, during a 26-year career in education. She later was a volunteer art teacher in Leeds. She lived in Devils Lake, North Dakota. 
  • Terence Paulson, 69, BA ’74 history, was an Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War. He later earned his law degree and practiced at firms in Jamestown, North Dakota. He lived in Fargo.



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