In remembrance …

Book of Memories - H

Thomas Benjamin Hagler

Thomas Benjamin Hagler

(1913 – 2004) Ben Hagler was one of the most respected individuals within the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service as well as Auburn University. When in 1980 he received the Auburn University Excellence Award for his work in Agriculture and Natural Resources, his...

read more
W. O. “Bill” Hairston

W. O. “Bill” Hairston

(1907 – 1980) Born in Fort Deposit, Alabama, on April 9, 1907, William Owen Hairston graduated from Lowndes County High School in 1924. He earned his B.S. degree in Animal Science from Auburn University in 1942. From then until 1946, Mr. Hairston served as an officer...

read more
Ernest Everett Hale

Ernest Everett Hale

(1898 – 1984) E. E. Hale’s forty-year career spanned three important Alabama agricultural organizations — the Alabama Cooperative Exten­sion Service, the Alabama Farm Bureau, and the Alabama For­est Products Association. His contributions to all are immeasurable!...

read more
Howard D. Hall

Howard D. Hall

(1929 – 1983) A dedicated and hard-working man, always striving for excellence — that was Howard Hall. Extension lost a good and faithful worker with the tragic death of Mr. Hall at the early age of 54. Born on March 23, 1929, Howard Douglas Hall grew up in Limestone...

read more
Earl C. Halla

Earl C. Halla

(1924 – 2000) Earl Charles Halla, Sr., was a native of Mosinee, Wisconsin. A veteran of WWII, he graduated from Auburn University in 1950 and worked as a vocational agriculture teacher in Marshall County. After two years of teaching, he accepted a position with State...

read more
Richard L. Hambley

Richard L. Hambley

(1951 – 2019) Richard L. Hambley of Auburn, died on August 22, 2019, following an extended illness. Born in Chattanooga, Hambley spent his formative years in Huntsville and graduated from Lee High School in 1969. After completing coursework at Jefferson State Junior...

read more