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Dianne (Fassett) Ammann ’72 died Aug. 19, 2012, in Baraboo, Wis. Ammann, 62, of Brookings, was an education major who graduated from Madison High School in 1968. She started working at the Town and Country Shopper in March 1971 and remained there the rest of her life. She married Lonny Ammann Jan. 1, 1979, in Brookings. Survivors include her husband, a son, Collin; a stepson, Bill Whempner; and six grandchildren.   Ruby (Volby) Beto ’36 died Oct. 9, 2012, at her daughter’s home in Eagan, Minn. Beto, 97, of Madison, graduated from Rutland High School in 1932, earned her

degree in home economics, and taught in Gregory. She married Arthur Beto Sept. 27, 1942. She then taught at Volga, Dell Rapids, Colton, Chester, General Beadle High School in Madison, and Flandreau Indian School. Survivors include a daughter, Betty (Mickiel) Fedde, of Eagan; four grandchildren and a great-grandson.   JoAnn (Coughlin) Cheever ’52 died April 28, 2012, at Westhills Village Health Care Center in Rapid City. She graduated from Belle Fourche High School in 1948, majored in education at State, and married Gene Cheever June 18, 1952. They lived in Mitchell, Watertown, Belle Fourche and Dickinson, N.D., before

retiring to a cabin on Hanna Creek in the Black Hills. She is survived by four sons — Pat, Dan, Todd and Tim. She was preceded in death by her husband. Wayne Haensel ’59 died Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22, 2012, in Brookings. The secondary education major was head football coach at State from 1982 to 1990 and served eight years as assistant prior to that. He also was the throwing coach for the track and field team, a duty he continued for several years after ending his football coaching. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Khristine (Andersen); a son, Tom; and two daughters, Jeannie Stahl and Susan Simmons.   Dorothea C. (Weidenbach) Heiertz ’49 died Sept. 27, 2012, at her home in Sun City, Ariz. Heiertz, 85, graduated from Parkston High School, earned a degree in home economics, and married James Heiertz June 11, 1950, in Parkston. She taught for two years in Mankato, Minn., before the couple moved to Oelwein, Iowa, and then settled in Flandreau in 1955. Survivors include two children, Jill Heiertz of Peoria, Ariz., and James of Phoenix. She was preceded in death by her husband.   Eva (Albertson)

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Hotvet ’43 died Aug. 23, 2012, at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls. Hotvet, 91, of Sioux Falls, was a home economics graduate who married Milton Hotvet March 18, 1945. In 1965, she began a career as a home economist with Sioux Valley Electric. The family lived in Madison until 1977 and in Colman until 1985, when they moved to Sioux Falls. Survivors include two daughters, Linda Koelln and Kathleen Poppe; and two sons, Owen and Michael.   Sara Javers ’08 died Oct. 1, 2012, at Sanford/USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls following a three-year battle with appendix cancer. Javers, 26, of Tea, graduated from Lennox High School in 2004 as class salutatorian, earned a degree in child psychology, and went to work at Sanford Children’s Hospital as a child life specialist. She was an active member of Lennox Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her parents, Wilbert and Karla Javers of Tea, a sister, Michelle Wolf; and five brothers, Travis, Jeremy, Brad, Clint and Adam.   Norman Johnson MEd ’69 died January 31, 2012, at his residence in Madison. Johnson, 72, taught and coached for more than 30 years at Madison High School. He also managed the swimming pool and was on a painting crew during the summers. Survivors include his wife, Barb, of Madison; two daughters, four grandchildren, and two sisters.   Brandi Kalkman ’07 married Clint Overski Dec. 30, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Orient. Kalkman, originally of Miranda, earned her degree in family and consumer sciences. She works at Svennes Crop Insurance in Brookings. The couple live in Nunda, where the groom farms.   Scott Lanam ’83/’01 died Feb. 27, 2012, at the VA Hospital in Sioux Falls after a short battle with cancer. Lanam, 55, of Volga, earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and gained certificates in teaching and coaching. He earned his master’s degree in industrial management. Lanam began work on the assembly line at Daktronics in 1984 and had progressed to safety and facilities manager at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife, Donna; a son, Shay; a daughter, Kelsie;

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his parents, Gordon and Shirley of Huron; two sisters and a brother.   Patricia (Clancy) Leiferman ’53 died April 5, 2012, one week after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Leiferman, 80, of Bridgewater, graduated from Orland High School, earned a degree in home economics, and taught home economics for two years at Bridgewater High School. She married Raymond “Bud” Leiferman in 1955 and made their home in Bridgewater. Survivors include her husband, two sons, Thomas and Mike; four daughters, Mary Miller, Monica Leonard, Margaret Parmenter, and Maria Saulsbury; and 25 grandchildren.   Carola (Koehn) Marking ’52 died Mach 18, 2012, at Brookview Manor in Brookings. Marking, 81, of Brookings, double majored in consumer science education and clothing and textiles. She was the 1951 Junior-Senior Prom Queen and 1952 Jackrabbit Queen. She married Jim Marking Aug. 22, 1952. Then she was the home Extension agent in Hamlin County (Hayti) while Jim coached and taught at Hayti High School. In 1955, they moved to Watertown, where she raised their family and did substitute teaching. In 1960, the Markings moved to Brookings, where Jim joined the State basketball coaching staff and Carola was a full-time homemaker and coach’s wife. Survivors include her husband, five children, Nancy Johnson, Tom, Dan, Robert and Pam; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.   Udell (Eide) Mehl ’50, of Fargo, N.D., died May 27, 2012, at Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria, Minn. The home economics graduate grew up on a farm near Howard. After earning her degree, she taught for a year in Waubay and then married John Mehl, who was a student at Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minn. They spent 12 years on the mission field in Madagascar and then pastored at several churches in North Dakota. Mehl is survived by her husband, two sons, David and Steven; and three daughters, Sondra, Carolyn and Barb.   Keith Moore MS’02 began work July 16, 2012, as state director of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, based in Sioux Falls. The Lyman County native has been involved in education since earning his bachelor’s degree in 1990. For the last two years he had been director of the Bureau of Indian Education in Washington, D.C., overseeing 44,000 students in the Bureau of Indian Affairs system.   Nicole Pidde ’08 married Tyson Leite June 16, 2012, at First Lutheran Church, Volga. Pidde, an early childhood and elementary education major, is a 2004 Freeman High School graduate who teaches second grade at Hillcrest Elementary in Brookings.   Jennifer Ringkob ’95 began work December 22, 2011, as the Extension 4-H youth adviser for Day and Marshall counties. The secondary education major taught for 10 years at Bon Homme High School before moving back to Marshall County to work on the family farm. She and her husband, Chuck, a district sales manager for a feed

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company, have three children, ages 14, 12, and 6.   Leslie Walters Smith ’29 died June 24, 2012, at Brookview Manor in Brookings. She taught in Bushnell, Clark and Nisland until 1933. She married Fred Smith in 1933, and worked as Extension home economist from 1941 to 1948 in Yankton, Clay and Union counties. She received her master’s in nutrition in 1950 from Iowa State. Smith stayed there until 1957, when she went to Ecuador for five years as a home economics adviser. She served that same role in Vietnam until 1964, when she returned to the United States to work as a nutrition specialist until retiring in 1968. From 1968 to 1972, she taught nutrition at SDSU. She was active in the Brookings Hospital Auxiliary and Art Museum Guild. Survivors include a daughter, Leslie Reed, of Brookings; three grandchildren and a sister. She was preceded in death by a son, three brothers and two sisters.   Arletta L. (Wurster) Tisher ’31 died April 11, 2012, at her Yankton home. Tisher, 101, earned a home economics degree, and then taught home ec to seventh- and eighth-graders in Watertown. On July 15, 1934, she married Harold Tisher, who was a traveling pharmaceutical salesman. They lived in Colorado, Nebraska, and North Dakota before settling in Yankton in 1945. There they purchased Heitgen Drugstore and in the 1960s added a gift store, for which Tisher found new products.   Gavin Weber ’07 joined the physical therapy staff at Brookings Health System late this spring. The athletic training graduate is a certified athletic trainer who previously worked at Prairie Lakes Healthcare System in Watertown.

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