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NDSU Research Extension Centers honor 16 people for their years of service.

North Dakota State University Research Extension Center (REC) staff were honored for their years of service to the N.D. Agricultural Experiment Station at the Oct. 24-27 NDSU Extension Service/Research Extension Center fall conference in Fargo.

Those recognized were:

5 Years

  • Joe Effertz, North Central Research Extension Center
  • Billy Kraft, Carrington Research Extension Center
  • Mike Ostlie, Carrington Research Extension Center
  • Stephanie Schmidt, Hettinger Research Extension Center
  • Jasper Teboh, Carrington Research Extension Center
  • Tiffany Walter, North Central Research Extension Center

15 Years

  • Ezra Aberle, Carrington Research Extension Center
  • Richard Richter, Carrington Research Extension Center
  • Timothy Schroeder, Carrington Research Extension Center

20 Years

  • Chad Anderson, North Central Research Extension Center
  • Dwight Schmidt, Carrington Research Extension Center

25 Years

  • Leonard Besemann, Carrington Research Extension Center
  • Brian Otteson, Agronomy Seed Farm

30 Years

  • Glenn Martin, Dickinson Research Extension Center

35 Years

  • David Pearson, Hettinger Research Extension Center
  • Steve Zwinger, Carrington Research Extension Center

NDSU Agriculture Communication - Oct. 30, 2017

Source:Becky Koch, 701-231-7875, becky.koch@ndsu.edu
Editor:Kelli Anderson, 701-231-6136, kelli.c.anderson@ndsu.edu
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