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Category: Class notes 1970s

  • Robert Littlefield, MA ’79, drama drama, was one of seven Americans among the 17 Lions from around the world elected to the position of international director at the 97th annual Convention of Lions Clubs International held in Toronto, Canada. He is an NDSU professor of communication.
  • Marilyn Niewoehner, BS ’75 textiles and clothing, was the featured artist at the Prairie Arts Club's Fine Arts and Craft Fair at the Metigoshe Christian Center near Bottineau, North Dakota. She lives in Rugby, North Dakota.
  • Mark Shaul, BArch ’76 architecture, joined the Fargo office of JLG Architects. He is a project architect for the firm and a member of the Construction Specifications Institute.
  • Patsy (Bredwick) Levang, BS ’71 psychology, wrote a book titled “The Bird Book,” which tells the story of a woman who found life can be fulfilling without material riches midst nature and the comfort of birds. She also is the volunteer chairperson of the centennial celebration for the city of Watford City, North Dakota. She lives near Keene, North Dakota.
  • Jon K. Jennings, BS ’72 civil engineering, received two Vistage international awards. For the third consecutive year, he, as Vistage chair in western North Dakota, received the Chair Excellence Award. A total of 95 chairs worldwide received the award for 2013. In addition, Jennings received the Master Chair designation. Only 36 chairs worldwide received the honor in 2013. Founded in 1957 and headquartered in San Diego, Vistage assembles and facilitates private advisory boards for CEOs, senior executives and business owners. He lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Mary Gregoire, BS ’74 MS ’76, food and nutrition, was named executive director of the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' accrediting agency for education programs preparing students for careers as registered dietitian nutritionists, or dietetic technicians, registered. She is professor and chair of the department of clinical nutrition at Rush University Medical Center.
  • Kathryn (Raymo) Kuhlman, BS ’72 home economics, MS ’83, textiles and clothing, retired from her position as Macon County's Extension Agent in 4-H Youth Development with North Carolina Cooperative Extension. She was inducted into the North Carolina 4-H Hall of Fame in 2013. She lives in Franklin, North Carolina.
  • George A. Watland, BS ’76 mathematics, MS ’80, computer science, MS ’08, natural resource management, was named senior chapter director of the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter. It is the oldest and largest chapter with 120,000 members and supporters in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, California. He lives in Tarzana, California.
  • Elisabeth (Gunderson) Goff, BS ’79 zoology, was promoted to senior special investigator with Westfield Insurance. She joined the company in 2000 after a career in law enforcement. She and her husband, John, live in Fargo.
  • Connie J. Gores, BA ’76 sociology, was named the ninth president of Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minn. Gores previously served at several universities, including Portland State University, Willamette University College of Law, Cornish College of the Arts, Randolph-Macon Women’s College and Winona State University.

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