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Category: Obituaries

  • John Maluski, 76, BA ’71 English, was the deputy director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party, deputy chief clerk of the House of Representatives and deputy labor commissioner for North Dakota. He also taught school in Bismarck, North Dakota; Chemawa Indian School, Salem, Oregon; and Osan American High School, Peyongtek, South Korea. He was an Army veteran who lived in Salem.
  • Sandra (Baumann) Westby, 83, MS ’75 educational administration, was the first woman to earn the new Tri-College graduate degree in 1981. She worked at West Fargo High School and in the Twin Cities for several years before eventually retiring from the Duluth School System in 2000. She lived in Fargo.
  • Virginia (Zearley) O’Brien, 94, Diploma ’48 Bismarck Hospital School of Nursing, worked at the Bismarck, North Dakota, Hospital until her retirement in 1994. She was secretary of her bowling league for 25 years. She lived in Bismarck.
  • Loretta (Brown) Moen, 89, BS ’53 English education, taught English for three years before becoming a homemaker.  She later was a teacher for community education and a volunteer for English Language Learners. She lived in Minneapolis.  
  • Grace (Vogel) Griebstein, 99, BS ’44 home economics education, worked as a professional home economist as a consultant, teacher and professor. She lived in Fairfield, California.
  • Milbert Ketterling, 83, BS ’60 animal science, worked for Allied Chemical Corp., Farm Systems and various other jobs before starting Milt's Lawn Service. He was an Army veteran who lived in Warsaw, Minnesota.
  • Jason Mueller, 45, BS ’00 construction management, was a senior project manager and estimator for Veit Companies of Rogers, Minnesota. He lived in Monticello, Minnesota.
  • Nancy (Botwright) Stigaard, 76, MEd ’89 counseling and guidance, worked as an employment counselor for several agencies for the state of Minnesota. She lived in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
  • Elroy Herbel, 89, BS ’60 pharmacy, owned and operated Economy Drug Store, Elgin, North Dakota, with his wife for 34 years. In 1998, he received the Bowl of Hygeia Award, which is presently annually to a pharmacist with a distinguished record of community participation and service. He was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War who lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Donna (Knutson) Anfinson, 76, BS ’66 home economics education, taught home economics in Dos Palos, California, before returning to North Dakota to marry her husband and live on a farm. She was an English as a Second Language teacher in Grenora, North Dakota, and School District #8 for more than 25 years. She lived in Zahl, North Dakota.

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