Alabama 4-H Wall of Fame

Wall of Fame - Nov 2008

David Carpenter

David Carpenter

Pike County Extension Agent Inducted November 13, 2008 Barbour County native David Carpenter* followed a career path set early in his life, one dedicated to agriculture and serving others. Following graduation from Auburn University, Carpenter managed a swine farm in...

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Barbara O. Cherellia

Barbara O. Cherellia

4-H State Staff Inducted November 13, 2008 Barbara Cherellia spent her career with Extension developing and evaluating 4-H leadership programs to ensure youth received the best education possible. She spent much of her career identifying, recruiting, training, and...

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Boyd Christenberry

Boyd Christenberry

Board Member, Alabama 4-H Club Foundation, Inc. Inducted November 13, 2008 Boyd Christenberry grew up in a 1930s sharecropper family in rural Perry County, in the days of a 10-cent haircut, if you didn't get one free at the hand of your parents. He graduated from...

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Marjorie S. Day

Marjorie S. Day

Mobile County Extension Agent Inducted November 13, 2008 During a 30-year career with┬Ěthe Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Marjorie S. Day was the backbone and cornerstone for the 4-H program for Mobile County. Mrs. Day, as she was lovingly known to hundreds of...

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Debter Hereford Farm

Debter Hereford Farm

Corporate Partner for 4-H Livestock Inducted November 13, 2008 The Debter Hereford Farm, located in north-central Alabama in Horton, promotes and encourages young people in the area of livestock judging, herdsmenship, production, and animal agriculture. For more than...

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L. A. “Tony” Dozier

L. A. “Tony” Dozier

4-H State Staff Inducted November 13, 2008 Extension 4-H specialist Tony Dozier believes educating a child is one of life's most worthwhile endeavors and he spent his career as an educator and youth advocate. A native of Tallassee, Dozier earned a bachelor's, a...

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