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  • Janet (Mittelsteadt) Rodacker, 82, BS ’61 home economics education, taught at several schools, primarily in Poplar and Townsend, Montana. She lived in Townsend.
  • Vernon Nelson, 72, BS ’72 civil engineering, operated a family farm near Tioga, North Dakota. He lived in Tioga.
  • Jeffrey Schmierer, 64, BS ’88 chemistry, was a chemist for Sherwin Williams. He lived in Lino Lakes, Minnesota.
  • Tanya (Teschendorf) Kippen, 52, BS ’00 child development and family science, was a nurse at Essentia Health. She lived in West Fargo.
  • Jeffrey Row, 62, BS ’86 design, lived in Fargo.
  • Marshall Moore, 92, BS ’51 civil engineering, was a co-founder of Moore Engineering. He was a member of the North Dakota House of Representatives from 1981-1987, and was later appointed state director of the Farmers’ Home Administration. In 1997, he was named Man of the year by the American Society of Highway Engineers. In 2000, he received the Elwyn F. Chandler Award from the National Society of Professional Engineers. He was a fighter pilot in the Air Force and later served in the National Guard and Reserve Officers Association. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Grace (Price) Janssen, 86, BS ’57 home economics, was a homemaker who was involved in 4-H, Homemakers, Tuesday Topics and Meals-on-Wheels. She lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Elaine (Preece) Norwood, 81, BUS ’85 university studies, was a staff medical-surgical and operating room nurse. Later, she was a clinical nurse at Oaknoll Retirement Residence in Iowa City, Iowa. She then was a consultant on planning and marketing for hospitals and health care firms in North Dakota, Florida and North Carolina. She lived in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  • Bruce McWilliam, 76, BS ’67 social science, taught at Green Isle, Erskine and Fosston, Minnesota. He served in the Army in Vietnam. He was a 4-H leader for more than 30 years. He lived in Winger, Minnesota.
  • Lance LeClair, 39, PharmD ’09 pharmacy, worked as a pharmacist in several pharmacies before opening his own pharmacy, LifeScript Pharmacy in south Fargo. He recently sold LifeScript and took a job with CVS where he worked in Fargo, Bismarck, Bemidji and Grand Forks. He lived in Fargo.


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