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  • Mary (Twetten) Fambro, 89, BS ’63 human science and education, was a former English teacher who earned Silver Life Master status as a bridge player. She lived in Rome, Georgia.
  • Donald M. Olson, 85, BS ’61 civil engineering, spent his career with the U.S. Forest Service, retiring in 1991. He was an Air Force veteran who lived in Pendleton, Oregon.
  • Fred Dohrmann, 78, BS ’65 agricultural economics, was a farmer and rancher who lived in Taylor, North Dakota.
  • Richard Eggan, 83, BArch ’59 architecture, had a 40-year career in aerospace engineering with McDonnel-Douglas; the last 28 years working at Arrowhead Products in Los Alamitos, California. He worked on NASA and space projects, such as designing the window and water system for Sky Lab and designing the fuel line that carried the propellent that thrust the shuttle. He was an Army veteran who lived in La Mirada, California.
  • Roger Hintz, 75, BS ’68 electrical and electronic engineering, was an electrical engineer and was last employed by Condux International, Mankato, Minnesota. He was an Army veteran who lived in Sebeka, Minnesota.
  • Jerome Timm, 88, BS ’59 general agriculture, MS ’64, horticulture, worked for the Natural Resource Conservation Service in Grand Forks and Barnes Counties. He was a fighter pilot with the North Dakota Air National Guard. He lived in Fargo.
  • Helen (Hoffman) McConville, 95, BUS ’78 university studies, had a lengthy and varied career. She worked at Midland Hospital Supply as an office manager and became a minority partner. She later was purchasing manager at St. John's Hospital. She and her husband owned the Secretary Shop for 15 years, and then she was employed at Hospice of the Red River Valley. She lived in Crosslake, Minnesota.
  • Ardith (Haakenstad) Holly, 90, BS ’53 human science and education, lived in Fishers, Indiana.
  • Ronald Schwehr, 75, BS ’68 agricultural mechanization, had a 38-year career with the Farmers Home Administration. He was an Army veteran who served in Vietnam and received the Bronze Star for valor. He lived in Roseau, Minnesota.
  • R. Jean (Parizek) Ashford, 98, BS ’44 food and nutrition, was a deacon at Bellevue Presbyterian Church where she was the volunteer coordinator of the Prayer Chain Ministry for many years. She lived in Bellevue, Washington.

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