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Category: Obituaries

  • Michael Heller, 86, BS ’50 arts and science, lived in Green Valley, Ariz.
  • Donald Harsh, 85, MEd ’58  educational administration, taught at  Alexandria, Minn., Delano, Calif., and Robbinsdale, Minn. He was the principal at Lake Park, Minn. He lived in Lake Park.
  • Norma (Devick) Harmer, 74, BS ’60 food and nutrition, was a dietitian for several hospital systems and finished her career at a dietary supplement manufacturer. She lived in Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Glenna (Settingsgard) Hanson, 62, BS ’73 home economics education, worked for several programs as a family and consumer science teacher. She lived in Grand Forks, N.D.
  • Eugene Hanson, 74, BArch ’63 architecture, was a structural engineer at Boeing Co., and was a team member of the group that designed the 747. He also spent eight years as an engineer with the “Airplane-on-Ground” service organization, working with airlines that experienced airplane accidents or incidents. He lived in Edmonds, Wash.
  • Autumn Haecherl, 32, BS ’05 criminal justice, worked at Integrity Windows, Swanson Health Products and US Bank. At the time of her death in a vehicle accident, she worked at Doosan Bobcat of Gwinner, N.D., and lived in Lisbon, N.D.
  • William L. Guy, 93, BS ’41 agricultural economics, honorary doctorate ’73, was governor of North Dakota for four terms from 1961 to 1973. He was chair of the Missouri River States Governor’s Committee, chair and founder of the Midwest Governor’s Conference, Old West Trail Tourism Group, and Explorer’s Highroad Tourism Group and was the organizer of the Souris-Red-Rainy River Basin Commission, Old West Regional Commission and Missouri River Basin Commission. A Navy veteran, he narrowly lost a recount vote to be a U.S. Senator in 1976. In 1988, Guy was named to the board of directors of the Dakota Gasification Co., the only commercial producer in the U.S of synthetic natural gas from coal, where he served for 12 years. He also served on the national governing board of Common Cause from 1986 to 1992. He lived in Fargo.
  • Jean (Mason) Guy, 90, BS ’44 textiles and clothing, honorary doctorate ’94, was First Lady of North Dakota during her husband’s time as governor. She was chair of the first Capitol Grounds Beautification Committee, chair and secretary of the Kennedy Memorial Center Foundation in Bismarck, N.D., and board secretary for the South East Mental Health District. She also was appointed to the North Dakota Board of Higher Education by Gov. Art Link. She lived in Fargo.
  • Barbara Jean (Olson) Gutenkunst, 60, BS ’74 Barbara Jean (Olson) Gutenkunst, 60, BS ’74, food and nutrition, earned a master’s degree in food and nutrition from Marywood College in Pennsylvania, and a doctorate in renal nutrition from Columbia Pacific University in California. She lived in Pueblo, Colo.
  • Ari Gurkanlar, 30, BFA ’10 art, lived in St. Louis Park, Minn.

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