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NDSU Extension Service honors staff for years of service

NDSU Extension Service faculty and staff were honored for their years of service Oct. 12-15 during the NDSU Extension Service/Research Extension Center fall conference in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Employees recognized were:

Five Years

• Chris Boerboom, Extension director

• Carl Dahlen, animal sciences

• Megan Ness Ditterick, expanded food and nutrition education program and family nutrition program state office

• Diane Hahn, Center for 4-H Youth Development

• Richard Horsley, plant sciences

• Joel Lemer, agent, Foster County

• Glenn Muske, Center for Community Vitality, Bismarck

• Monique Stelzer, agent, Cass County

• Stacy Wang, health, nutrition and exercise sciences

• Michael Wunsch, Carrington Research Extension Center

10 Years

• Andrea Bowman, agent, Bowman County

• Kim Bushaw, human development and family science

• Marietta Good, agent, Bottineau and Rolette Counties

• Carolyn Hammer, animal sciences

• Julie Kramlich, agent, Adams County

• Lesley Lubenow, Langdon Research Extension Center

• Michelle Strang, agent, Cass County

15 Years

• Donna Anderson, agent, Eddy and Foster Counties

• Scott Meyer, plant pathology

20 Years

• Leigh Gunkel, agent, Steele, Griggs and Traill Counties

• Luella Morehouse, agent, Stutsman County

25 Years

• Karen Armstrong, agent, Rolette County

• Ellen Bjelland, agent, Ward County

• Ron Haugen, agribusiness and applied economics

• Karl Hoppe, Carrington Research Extension Center

• Macine Lukach, Cavalier County and Parent Resource Center Region 3

• Richard Zollinger, plant sciences

30 Years

• Leann Frieler, agriculture budget office

• Kurt Froelich, agent, Stark/Billings County

• Vanessa Hoines, agent, Morton County

35 Years

• Roger Egeberg, agriculture communication

• Kenneth Hellevang, agricultural and biosystems engineering

40 Years

• Willie Huot, agent, Grand Forks County

• John Kringler, agent, Cass County

• J.W. Schroeder, animal sciences

• Gerald Sturn, Southwest District Office, Bismarck

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