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  • Lynn Strombeck, 61, BS ’78, MS ’80, electrical and electronic engineering, was president of MEI Engineering in Bismarck, North Dakota. Earlier in his career, he was city engineer and utilities manager for the city of Lake City, Minnesota. He lived in Bismarck.  December 2016
  • Vernon Olson, 74, BA ’65, English, was a business insurance consultant. He was an emeritus NDSU Alumni Board member. He lived in Minneapolis. December 2016
  • Daniel Heintzman, 68, BS ’70, MS ’72, industrial engineering, had an accomplished 26-year career at AT&T in technical sales. Later, he was a vice president at Business Integration Systems Inc. and Pando Technologies. He was an emeritus member of the NDSU Alumni board. He lived in Bloomington, Minnesota.  December 2016
  • Ann (Johanson) Cook, 81, BS ’57, home economics education, taught high school in Cando and Jamestown, North Dakota, before becoming a homemaker and 4-H leader. She lived in Loveland, Colorado. December 2016
  • Conrad Aas, 91, BS ’49, electrical and electronic engineering, worked for Northern States Power Co. for 43 years, retiring in 1993. He was a World War II Army veteran. He lived in Edina, Minnesota.  December 2016
  • Margaret (Pavlik) Heimbigner, 89, BS ’48, home economics education, was food editor of the Spokesman-Review newspaper and head of the Dorothy Dean Homemakers Service. She lived in Spokane, Washington.  December 2016
  • Richard Keszler, 78, BS ’62, business management, was a certified public accountant. He lived in in Phoenix. December 2016
  • Clyde Payne, 80, BS ’63, speech, was senior vice president for Benedek Broadcasting Corp. (now Gray MidAmerica Television) and retired after 42 years in the television industry. He was chair of the Arbitron Television Advisory Council; chair of the ABC Affiliates Association; and vice chair of the Television Board of the National Association of Broadcasters. He lived in Bowling Green, Kentucky. December 2016
  • Gregory Holverson, 69, BArch ’70, architecture, practiced architecture with the Al F. Kosir firm, then spent 30 years in sales with Team Lab, before retiring in August of this year. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve. He lived in Menoken, North Dakota. December 2016
  • Ronald Jespersen, 73, BS '66, MS '74, civil engineering, worked for the California Department of Transportation. He lived in Orangevale, California. December 2016

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