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  • Idette Graham, BS ’83 fashion merchandising, business management, was named the Fargo Public School District 2017 Support Staff of the Year. She is the teaching and learning secretary at the district office.
  • Mary Corwin Herring, BS ’80 physical education, MS ’89, secondary education, was honored for Scholarly Advancement of Teacher Education in the Field of Educational Technology by the Teacher Education Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. She lived in Waterloo, Iowa.
  • Carolyn Holtgrewe, BS ’87 business administration was promoted to financial services officer for First Community Credit Union of Fargo.
  • Terry A. Messmer, MS ’85 natural resources management and community and regional planning, PhD ’90, animal and range sciences, is a professor and Extension wildlife specialist in the Department of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan. He is director of the Jack H. Berryman Institute for Wildlife Damage Management, Utah Community-Based Conservation Program. He holds the Quinney Professorship of Wildlife Conflict Management in the Quinney College of Natural Resources. He recently retired as a colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, where he served as commander of multiple units during combat deployments. His military awards include the Military Order of Medical Merit, three Meritorious Service Medals and the Bronze Star.
  • Julie Krantz, BS ’88 accounting, joined Cornerstone Bank as an assistant controller in Fargo.
  • Barbara (Gerads) Oemcke, BS ’81 food and nutrition, was named director of the Northern Arizona Veteran Affairs Health Care System that provides services to more than 26,000 veterans. A 30-year health care administration leader, she most recently served as associate director and interim medical director of the VA Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics in White City, Oregon.
  • Matthew Mohr, BS ’81 economics, business management, was named chairman of the board of directors and president of Dacotah Paper Co., Fargo. He has been with the company since 1976.
  • Dean Anagnost, BS ’85 electrical and electronic engineering, was named CEO of KLJ. The consulting engineering and surveying firm has offices in Bismarck, Devils Lake, Dickinson, Fargo, Grafton, Grand Forks, Minot, Valley City, Watford City, West Fargo and Williston, North Dakota. In total, it has nearly 750 employees in six states.
  • Brian Haugen, BS ’87 animal and range sciences, is the acting state executive director of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency in North Dakota.
  • Jeff J. Ficek, BS ’87 business administration, was promoted to vice president and chief operation officer at Fargo Glass and Paint Co.

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