Jacque Johnston

(BS ’75, horticulture) spent two years in landscape maintenance in Dallas, then went to work leasing one of the properties she landscaped. She has worked in real estate since 1981...

Tom Crawley

(BS ’74, agricultural business and economics) is now retired from agricultural industry consulting management. “My degree in agriculture from Auburn University has been very good to me through the years....

Randell Goodman

MS ’73, fisheries and allied aquacultures) retired as director of Auburn’s E.W. Shell Fisheries Center in 2011 and bought a second home in Monteagle, Tennessee, “near where we grew up....

Michael Garrison

(BS ’73, horticulture) is now retired. “My wife and I are rearing our granddaughter, Faith, and she is the light of our life!”

John Owen

(BS ’72, agronomy and soils) retired from Auburn’s Department of Agronomy and Soils in July 2013. He is now in his fifth year of a gardening program for adjudicated adolescent...

Mike Kilgore

(BS ’70, agricultural business and economics) retired from the Alabama Farmers Federation in 2010. He and his wife, Linda, have since enjoyed spending more time with their family and the...

Jim Harris

(BS ’70, agricultural business and economics) retired in 2007 after a 37-year career with USDA Rural Development in Alabama. He worked with the Alabama Rural Water Association from 2009 to...

George Hopson

(BS ’70, MS ’77, horticulture) is semi-retired after teaching horticulture for 29 years at Trenholm State Technical College in Montgomery.