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  • Leland J. Olson, 57, BS '81 agricultural economics, participated in the family farm enterprise and was a county assessor. He also was director on the New Century Ag board since 1999. He lived in rural Fortuna, North Dakota.
  • Jason Moszer, 33, BS '09 criminal justice, was a Fargo police officer who was killed in the line of duty. He served with the Minnesota Army National Guard as a combat medic for eight years, with deployments in Bosnia and Iraq. He was an active member of the Gunslingers Motorcycle Club. He lived in Sabin, Minnesota.
  • Gary Bracht, 62, BS' 81 civil engineering, worked for the North Dakota State Health Department in the water quality control division for 28 years. He later worked for the Burleigh Country highway department. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Harold Madson, 92, BS '49 mechanical engineering, was president of Border States Electric Supply Co., Fargo, and retired in 1985 as board chair. At the time of his retirement, the company had eight branches in a tri-state area and has since grown to some 80 locations in the central and western regions of the country. He lived in Petaluma, California. 
  • Charles Breyer, 86, BS '51 applied arts and science, was a salesman for 3M Co. for 38 years. He was an avid cultivator of roses and an active member of the Portland Rose Society. He lived in Portland, Oregon.
  • Sherilyn (Krsnak) Moen, 62, AD '74 human development and education, was food services or nutirition director at Rochester Central Lutheran School, Kasson-Mantorville public schools and Cambridge-Isanti public schools. She later started ARTI Solutions LLC, providing consulting services to school district administration and food service departments. She lived in Rochester, Minnesota.
  • Caye (Johnson) Pierce, 71, BA '67 mathematics, was a separations engineer for General Telephone, Madison, Wisconsin. She lived in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. 
  • Marvin Jensen, 75, BS '62 agricultural engineering, was a farmer and extension agent. He advised farmers for the Farm Service Agency and also taught agriculture. He was secretary of the Minnesota Farmers Union state board and was a member of the Farmers Union Industries board. He lived in Kensington, Minnesota.
  • Vernon Guyer, 87, BS '56, MS '58 chemistry, was a chemist at Honeywell in Minneapolis and later a professor at the University of Minnesota, retiring in 1990. He lived on Star Lake, near Dent, Minnesota. 
  • Dennis W. Larson, 84, BS '56 agricultural economics, was a county supervisor for the Farm and Home Administration in Lakota, Cooperstown and New Rockford, North Dakota. He later was a consultant for several banks. He lived in Fargo.


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