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  • Melvin McGuigan, 95, BS ’49 arts and science, was employed as an internal revenue agent with the IRS. He was an U.S. Army veteran who served in Europe during World War II. He lived in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
  • Elizabeth Licha, 62, BS ’90 medical technology, lived inPhoenix. 
  • Ward McGill, 94, BS ’49 mechanical engineering, was an Army World War II veteran who lived in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
  • Ginger (Sayler) Rondeau, 67, Diploma ’78 Bismarck Hospital School of Nursing, was a nurse at St. Alexius Hospital, Mid Dakota Clinic and Deaconess Hospital. She lived in in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Beverly (Bossart) Wurzer, 78, AD ’75 nursing, had a long nursing career at St. Luke’s/MeritCare Hospital in Fargo. She later worked as a nurse paralegal and was a house supervisor at Dakota Heartland Hospital and Pioneer Senior Cottages, Fergus Falls, Minnesota.She lived in Fargo.
  • Lucy (Grubl) Wenz, 91, BUS ’78 university studies, worked in various hospitals, primarily in pediatric care, and at the Veterans Hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska, as assistant chief nurse. She lived in Roseville, Minnesota. 
  • David Graben, 79, BS ’60 economics, was an Air Force colonel who flew combat missions in Vietnam. He later was a pilot for both the Air National Guard and American Airlines. He lived in Rhome, Texas. 
  • Carol (Gray) Holje, 88, BS ’53 home economics education, was a home economics teacher and homemaker. She lived in Minot, North Dakota.
  • Barbara (Thorson) Riemann, 75, BS ’70 zoology, music; MS ’83, zoology, spent most of her career as a research scientist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, where she conducted research in the Fargo metabolism and radiation laboratory. She played clarinet for the Lake Agassiz Concert Band and was a founding member.She lived in Fargo. 
  • Edgar Schmidt, 86, BS ’62 civil engineering, worked for the North Dakota Highway Department designing bridges and then for the State Water Commission. He lived in Bismarck, North Dakota.

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