In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Wisconsin Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni Association is honoring individuals who have made a difference not only for WALSAA, CALS and theFarm and Industry Short Course, but also farms, classrooms, laboratories, businesses and other organizations in Wisconsin.
Nominated by their peers, the 40 honorees are examples of the many individuals inside and outside of the university who have made a difference and contributed in significant ways not only in the past but also toward shaping the future. From leading companies, shaping associations, impacting student organizations and having far-reaching careers, these individuals have a common commitment to agriculture and the life sciences and paving the way for the next generation. The following honorees will be recognized on September 15 as part of
|Lou Armentano||La Verne Ausman|
|Roger Biddick (in memory)||Dale Boness|
|Valerie Breunig||Dale Bruhn|
|William C. Bruins||Robert Bush|
|Susan Crane||Tom Crenshaw|
|Rick Daluge||David Dickson (in memory)|
|Norval Dvorak||Dorothy Farrell|
|Steve Fronk||Corey Geiger|
|Bob Hagenow||Keith Hawks|
|Liz Henry||Daphne Holterman|
|Gail Janssen (in memory)||Bruce Jones|
|John “Jack” Kaltenberg||Pete Kappelman|
|Robert Kauffman||Alan Koepke|
|Shelly Mayer||Jill Makovec|
|Larry Meiller||Sam Miller|
|Larry Satter (in memory)||Tom Schomish|
|Ronald Schuler||George Shook|
|Bernie Staller||Marjorie Stieve|
|William F. Tracy||Gale VandeBerg|
|Bob Williams||Thomas Wright|
The WALSAA Football Fire-Up event will kick off at 3 p.m. at the UW Foundation building, located just off campus at 1848 University Avenue in Madison. It will be followed by the Wisconsin versus Utah State football game at 7 p.m. in nearby Camp Randall Stadium. The event is open to all WALSAA members and agricultural enthusiasts. Call 608.438.1994 for ticket information.
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