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Delegates elect American Angus board members

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 14 at the 128th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Elected Board Directors include Chris Sankey, Council Grove, KS; Arlen Sawyer, Bassett, NE; Doug Schroeder, Clarence, IA; Darrell Silveira, Firebaugh, CA; and Jim Sitz, Dillon, MT. Sankey will serve his first three-year term on the Board; while Sawyer, Schroeder, Silveira and Sitz will serve a second, three-year term.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC.

Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Gordon Stucky, Kingman, KS, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 300 elected delegates from 43 states, Canada and the District of Columbia represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Brief biographical sketches of recently elected area Board Directors follow:

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American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 14 at the 128th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Elected Board Directors include Chris Sankey, Council Grove, KS; Arlen Sawyer, Bassett, NE; Doug Schroeder, Clarence, IA; Darrell Silveira, Firebaugh, CA; and Jim Sitz, Dillon, MT. Sankey will serve his first three-year term on the Board; while Sawyer, Schroeder, Silveira and Sitz will serve a second, three-year term.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC.

Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Gordon Stucky, Kingman, KS, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 300 elected delegates from 43 states, Canada and the District of Columbia represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Brief biographical sketches of recently elected area Board Directors follow:

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 14 at the 128th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Elected Board Directors include Chris Sankey, Council Grove, KS; Arlen Sawyer, Bassett, NE; Doug Schroeder, Clarence, IA; Darrell Silveira, Firebaugh, CA; and Jim Sitz, Dillon, MT. Sankey will serve his first three-year term on the Board; while Sawyer, Schroeder, Silveira and Sitz will serve a second, three-year term.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC.

Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Gordon Stucky, Kingman, KS, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 300 elected delegates from 43 states, Canada and the District of Columbia represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Brief biographical sketches of recently elected area Board Directors follow:

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 14 at the 128th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Elected Board Directors include Chris Sankey, Council Grove, KS; Arlen Sawyer, Bassett, NE; Doug Schroeder, Clarence, IA; Darrell Silveira, Firebaugh, CA; and Jim Sitz, Dillon, MT. Sankey will serve his first three-year term on the Board; while Sawyer, Schroeder, Silveira and Sitz will serve a second, three-year term.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC.

Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Gordon Stucky, Kingman, KS, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 300 elected delegates from 43 states, Canada and the District of Columbia represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Brief biographical sketches of recently elected area Board Directors follow:

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 14 at the 128th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Elected Board Directors include Chris Sankey, Council Grove, KS; Arlen Sawyer, Bassett, NE; Doug Schroeder, Clarence, IA; Darrell Silveira, Firebaugh, CA; and Jim Sitz, Dillon, MT. Sankey will serve his first three-year term on the Board; while Sawyer, Schroeder, Silveira and Sitz will serve a second, three-year term.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC.

Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Gordon Stucky, Kingman, KS, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 300 elected delegates from 43 states, Canada and the District of Columbia represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Brief biographical sketches of recently elected area Board Directors follow:

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 14 at the 128th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Elected Board Directors include Chris Sankey, Council Grove, KS; Arlen Sawyer, Bassett, NE; Doug Schroeder, Clarence, IA; Darrell Silveira, Firebaugh, CA; and Jim Sitz, Dillon, MT. Sankey will serve his first three-year term on the Board; while Sawyer, Schroeder, Silveira and Sitz will serve a second, three-year term.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC.

Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Gordon Stucky, Kingman, KS, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 300 elected delegates from 43 states, Canada and the District of Columbia represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Brief biographical sketches of recently elected area Board Directors follow:

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