Jim Harris

(BS ’70, agricultural business and economics), of Eclectic, Ala., retired in 2010 after serving 37 years with USDA Rural Development. He held a number of positions, including county supervisor, assistant...

Hal Manly

(BS ’79, agricultural business and economics) is a current member of the Foundation Board of Directors for 4-H Clubs of Alabama.

Dianne Craig

(BS ’79, horticulture) recently began her current job as an administrative assistant for United Way of Athens-Limestone County. “Most recently, I was a store manager for Tractor Supply Co. for...

John Beasley

(BS ’79, agronomy and soils) went on to earn his MS in agronomy from Oklahoma State University in 1981 and his PhD in crop science from Louisiana State University in...

Louis Landesman

(MS ’78, fisheries and allied aquacultures) is an aquaculturist at Virginia State University. Follow his blog at www.duckweed49.com.

Leonard Kuykendall

(BS ’78, agronomy and soils) retired from the Alabama Agricultural Extension System in 2010. His daughter Sarah graduated from Auburn University in May with a BS in nutrition.

J.E. Avrard

(BS ’78, horticulture) recently retired from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama after 33 years. He and his wife, Judy, have moved to Auburn and are “looking forward to...

Bill Wood

(BS ’77, animal sciences) is owner of Double Oak Veterinary Medical Center in Double Oak, Texas, an exclusive small-animal American Animal Hospital Association practice. He lives in the north part...

Roger Turk

(BS ’77, horticulture) recently completed 25 years of service as the grounds superintendent at Western Carolina University.