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Livestock Marketeers honor Terry Cotton, Wm. Lefty and Dick Spader

DENVER – The names of three livestock professionals were added to the Livestock Marketeers Hall of Fame wall at the National Western Stock Show Club on Jan. 15.

The Livestock Marketeers – an informal fraternity of livestock fieldmen, auctioneers, sale managers and related livestock business leaders – met for their 46th Annual Banquet in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. The event is hosted by American Live Stock; awards were sponsored by DVAuction, Inc., and The Stock Exchange.

Master of ceremonies J. Neil Orth, executive vice president of the American-International Charolais Association and a 1984 Hall of Fame inductee, introduced the 2011 honorees: Terry Cotton, St. Joseph, MO, and Wm. F. (Bill) Lefty, Lincoln, CA. Richard “Dick” Spader, Rosendale, MO, was added to the special posthumous plaque provided by Crow Publications.

The Livestock Marketeers group was started in 1965 by Harry Green, Ross Miller and Claud Willett. Their purpose was to form a fraternal organization of livestock professionals, and to make annual awards in order to encourage younger members of the industry to succeed in their chosen profession.

More than 80 Marketeers were in attendance for 2011.

DENVER – The names of three livestock professionals were added to the Livestock Marketeers Hall of Fame wall at the National Western Stock Show Club on Jan. 15.

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The Livestock Marketeers – an informal fraternity of livestock fieldmen, auctioneers, sale managers and related livestock business leaders – met for their 46th Annual Banquet in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. The event is hosted by American Live Stock; awards were sponsored by DVAuction, Inc., and The Stock Exchange.

Master of ceremonies J. Neil Orth, executive vice president of the American-International Charolais Association and a 1984 Hall of Fame inductee, introduced the 2011 honorees: Terry Cotton, St. Joseph, MO, and Wm. F. (Bill) Lefty, Lincoln, CA. Richard “Dick” Spader, Rosendale, MO, was added to the special posthumous plaque provided by Crow Publications.

The Livestock Marketeers group was started in 1965 by Harry Green, Ross Miller and Claud Willett. Their purpose was to form a fraternal organization of livestock professionals, and to make annual awards in order to encourage younger members of the industry to succeed in their chosen profession.

More than 80 Marketeers were in attendance for 2011.

DENVER – The names of three livestock professionals were added to the Livestock Marketeers Hall of Fame wall at the National Western Stock Show Club on Jan. 15.

The Livestock Marketeers – an informal fraternity of livestock fieldmen, auctioneers, sale managers and related livestock business leaders – met for their 46th Annual Banquet in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. The event is hosted by American Live Stock; awards were sponsored by DVAuction, Inc., and The Stock Exchange.

Master of ceremonies J. Neil Orth, executive vice president of the American-International Charolais Association and a 1984 Hall of Fame inductee, introduced the 2011 honorees: Terry Cotton, St. Joseph, MO, and Wm. F. (Bill) Lefty, Lincoln, CA. Richard “Dick” Spader, Rosendale, MO, was added to the special posthumous plaque provided by Crow Publications.

The Livestock Marketeers group was started in 1965 by Harry Green, Ross Miller and Claud Willett. Their purpose was to form a fraternal organization of livestock professionals, and to make annual awards in order to encourage younger members of the industry to succeed in their chosen profession.

More than 80 Marketeers were in attendance for 2011.

DENVER – The names of three livestock professionals were added to the Livestock Marketeers Hall of Fame wall at the National Western Stock Show Club on Jan. 15.

The Livestock Marketeers – an informal fraternity of livestock fieldmen, auctioneers, sale managers and related livestock business leaders – met for their 46th Annual Banquet in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. The event is hosted by American Live Stock; awards were sponsored by DVAuction, Inc., and The Stock Exchange.

Master of ceremonies J. Neil Orth, executive vice president of the American-International Charolais Association and a 1984 Hall of Fame inductee, introduced the 2011 honorees: Terry Cotton, St. Joseph, MO, and Wm. F. (Bill) Lefty, Lincoln, CA. Richard “Dick” Spader, Rosendale, MO, was added to the special posthumous plaque provided by Crow Publications.

The Livestock Marketeers group was started in 1965 by Harry Green, Ross Miller and Claud Willett. Their purpose was to form a fraternal organization of livestock professionals, and to make annual awards in order to encourage younger members of the industry to succeed in their chosen profession.

More than 80 Marketeers were in attendance for 2011.

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