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  • Thomas Medd, 74, BS ’66 agricultural economics, had a 45-year career working for agricultural commodities trading companies around the world. He retired from CHS in 2013 as senior vice president of corporate risk management. He lived in North Oaks, Minnesota.
  • Mary (Wanner) Whitmer, 89, BS ’53 human development and education, was an Extension agent in Adams County, and later was a substitute teacher. She lived in Hettinger, North Dakota.
  • Roger Diehl, 82, BS ’59 agricultural mechanization, was a third-generation farmer on the family farm and taught for many years at the Crookston Agricultural School. He served on the NODAK Electric board of directors for more than 40 years He lived in Hillsboro, North Dakota.
  • Margaret Brunelle, 66, Diploma ’85 MedCenter One School of Nursing, worked as a nurse in the ICU at Sanford Hospital in Bismarck, North Dakota. She lived in Mandan, North Dakota.
  • Gary Regelstad, 71, BS ’71 pharmacy, was a pharmacist for Osco Drug in Kankakee, Illinois, and Moorhead, Minnesota. He later worked at the Prescription Shop and Sanford Pharmacy in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. He lived in Audubon, Minnesota.
  • Gloria (Hoganson) Johnson, 85, BS ’55 home economics education, taught at Buffalo and Hoople, North Dakota until the birth of her daughter in 1961. She later was a 4-H leader and directed the Women, Infants and Children program for Walsh County. She lived in Fargo.
  • Larry Insley, 71, PhD ’85 animal health technology, taught at Fort Hays State University from 1976-1980. He then began a 15-year career at South Dakota State University in the animal science department as a beef and horse Extension specialist. He later bought a ranch near Creighton, South Dakota. He was named South Dakota Horseperson of the Year in 2012. He lived in Creighton.
  • David Hunter, 70, BA ’71 biology, practiced at Alexian Brothers Hospital, where he was emergency department medical director for more than 20 years. He also was a senior partner of California Emergency Physicians. Following retirement from medicine, he was CEO of QuestBridge, a nonprofit orgaization that facilitates the enrollment of intelligent, low-income students to top colleges. He lived in Scotts Valley, California.


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