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  • John R. Challey, 86, MS ’55, zoology, was a scientist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He also developed methods to control parasites and diseases in the poultry industry. During retirement, he was strong supporter of Audubon Dakota and the Nature Conservancy. He lived in Fargo. July 2016
  • Wayne Scott, 77, BS ’65, MS ’67, pharmacy, worked for the U.S. government in pharmacy and drug enforcement for many years, and also was an officer in the Air Force Reserve. A Korean and Vietnam veteran, he completed 12 years in the Air Force and Reserve and a total of 34 years of government service. He was a three-year letter winner for the Bison in baseball. He lived in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota. July 2016
  • Paula (Emerson) Helland, 64, BS ’76, pharmacy, worked at various North Dakota pharmacies in Valley City, Lisbon, Enderlin, LaMoure, Oakes, Mercy Hospital and Jamestown Hospital; and consulted for nursing homes in Edgeley, LaMoure, and Oakes. She lived in Kathryn, North Dakota.  July 2016
  • Alicia Fadley, MArch ’016, architecture, joined the Grand Forks, North Dakota, office of WSN as an intern in the architectural department. She is a full-time technical designer. July 2016
  • Alison Hanslip, BS ’16, civil engineering, was hired as a graduate engineer by Moore Engineering, West Fargo. She works in the transportation group. July 2016
  • Matthew Prochniak, BS ’16, civil engineering, was hired as a graduate engineer by Moore Engineering, West Fargo. He works in the land and site development group. July 2016
  • Stephen Goettle, BS ’07, construction engineering, was hired as an estimator by Wanzek Construction, West Fargo. He previously worked with Ulteig as a project manager and owner representative. July 2016
  • John Urbanec, BS ’06, management information systems, was named senior IT analyst at Wanzek Construction, West Fargo. He previously was a service desk support analyst with Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota. July 2016
  • Rebecca Heightley, BS ’12, anthropology, was hired by Travel Incorporated as a travel consultant. She has worked with many specialized types of travel including SCUBA, hunting/fishing and adventure travel. July 2016
  • Michael Houdek, BUS ’01, university studies, was hired by Fargo Glass and Paint. He will work in the contract glass department. July 2016



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