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Category: Obituaries

  • Karen (Welke) Odens, 39, PharmD ’03 pharmacy, work at Pelican Drug as a pharmacist for more than 10 years. She lived in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.
  • Lois Fankhanel, 89, BS ’51 home economics, lived in Hillsboro, North Dakota.
  • Catherine (Otterstetter) Lahtinen, 48, BS ’92 sociology, was the house manager at Pam’s House for the Abused Adult Resource Center. She ran cross country and track for the Bison when she was at NDSU. She lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Leland Evavold, 64, BS ’78 agricultural economics, was a farmer who raised beef cattle, buffalo, hay and grain. He was a church council member and a 40-year member of the Urbank Lions Club. He lived near Battle Lake, Minnesota. 
  • Terence Mulkern, 57, BUS ’84 university studies, taught writing at Arizona State University and later was a stay-at-home dad. He lived in Kentwood, Michigan. 
  • Paul Sagaser, 65, BS ’79 earth science, established a geological consulting business called PLS Inc. The company later expanded to include PLS Automotive and Restoration, and his cars were regularly featured in local parades and car shows around the country. He was a Navy veteran who played tight end for the Bison football team. He lived in Epping, North Dakota. 
  • Arne Meberg, 67, BS ’77 general agriculture, did a variety of work for area farmers, ranchers and construction companies in Wisconsin, North Dakota, Montana, California and Arizona. He also was a team truck driver with his wife for 17 years. He lived in Lincoln, North Dakota.
  • Myron Aune, 60, BS ’80 agricultural economics, started in the agricultural finance industry working for the Federal Land Bank Association of St. Paul. During his career, he worked in Williston, North Dakota; Miles City, Montana; Sidney, Montana; Lamar, Colorado; and at Capital Credit Union in Mandan, North Dakota. He lived in Mandan. 
  • Dennis B. Larson, 85, BS ’55 civil engineering, was a city engineer at Minot, North Dakota; Clarksburg, West Virginia; Rochester, New York; and Batavia, New York. After retirement, he and his wife enjoyed 12 years of travel in their motorhome throughout the United States and Canada.He lived in Batavia.
  • Susan (Graff) Mills, 65, BS ’76 child development and family relations, was a social worker for Cass County Social Services in Fargo, Multnomah County Social Services in Oregon and Jordan County Social Services and Anoka County Social Services in Minnesota.She lived in Fargo. 

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