Alabama 4-H Wall of Fame

Wall of Fame - C

Thomas M. Campbell Sr.

Thomas M. Campbell Sr.

Inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame in 2002 Thomas Monroe Campbell* is a legendary figure in the nation's Extension history. Through study, hard work, and perseverance, the sharecropper's son earned his degree at Tuskegee, and, in 1906, was America's first...

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Joe Carothers

Joe Carothers

Houston County 4-H Partner Inducted November 10, 2011 Joe Carothers has made a significant impact in the lives of youth in agriculture in the Houston County area. A graduate of Winfield High School, Marion County, he successfully managed a dairy herd and achieved...

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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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George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver

Inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame in 2003 George Washington Carver's* horticultural talents were recognized at a young age. In 1891, he became the first black to enroll at Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. His studies exposed him to the...

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The Catchings Family

The Catchings Family

Joseph Maurice Catchings,Margie Catchings Wingard,Josephine Catchings MaloneCoosa County 4-H Partners Inducted November 10, 2011 Joseph Maurice Catchings* joined the Coosa County Boys Corn Club in 1909 as a charter member. He and other boys were taught by the...

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Eric and Louise Cates Jr.

Eric and Louise Cates Jr.

Butler County 4-H Volunteers Inducted March 19, 2013 Eric and Louise Cates Jr. are longtime outstanding leaders in Extension and 4-H programs. They are recognized as leaders in Butler County and their community at large. They were always willing to serve on committees...

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