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July 16, 2018

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July 14, 2017
Nobody realized at the time that Jeanette and Evelyn Werre ran Fargo South High School. I got to know this pair in 1974 and was the class of 76. They were the gate keepers for the entire front office including Ed Raymond. They were both such cheery faces. I was involved in many organizations at South and was frequently running down the hallway bursting into the office to get an announcement on the intercom as they were being read aloud. I would quick scribble what needed to be added at the end of about a dozen different announcements. One of them would read it without proofing it, end the address, look at me, shake their heads and smile.
Jeanette was one of my favorite people at South. She knew I was one of the "good guys" as we had a mutual respect not seen these days in the education environment. Those days are gone, but she has been a reminder to me of the great days I had at South and the role she played in my High School maturation process.
Brian Agather