NDSU Research Extension centers honor staff for 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. 18-20 NDSU Extension Service/Research Extension Center fall conference in Fargo.
Those recognized were:
Rickie Bohn, Central Grasslands REC, Streeter
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Jon Henderson, North Central REC, Minot
Shana Forster, North Central REC
Michael Schaefer, Carrington REC
Scott Fetch, Carrington REC
Kyle Dragseth, Williston REC
Timothy Indergaard, Carrington REC
Todd Ingebretson, Carrington, REC
Wanda Ottmar, Dickinson REC
Timothy Faller, N.D. Agricultural Experiment Station, Mandan
Rarely does NDSU have someone serve the university for 50 years, said Randy Mehlhoff, Langdon REC director, when he presented the award to Faller.
Faller started working in the Animal Husbandry department as a student in 1964 and became an assistant shepherd in 1966. He was named director of the Hettinger Research Extension Center (then called superintendent of the Hettinger substation) in 1969. Faller retired as the Hettinger REC director in 2005 but has continued to carry out a variety of responsibilities as part-time assistant director of the N.D. Agricultural Experiment Station.
Photo: Tim Faller is honored for 50 years of service to the N.D. Agricultural Experiment Station by the Research Extension Center directors. From left: Chris Schauer, Hettinger; Brian Otteson, Agronomy Seed Farm, Casselton; Jerry Bergman, Williston; Tim Faller, N.D. Agricultural Experiment Station assistant director; Randy Mehlhoff, Langdon; Shana Forster, North Central, Minot; Blaine Schatz, Carrington; Kevin Sedivec, Central Grasslands, Streeter (interim); Kris Ringwall, Dickinson.
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