4-H Emerald Clover Society Members

Michigan 4-H Foundation

W.G. (Mac) McPherson

W.G. (Mac) McPherson

W.G. (Mac) McPherson began his career as a financial advisor with Mass Mutual Financial in 1975. Today, Mac leads Team …read more →

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Walter E. Frahm

Walter Frahm, a member of the Saginaw East Side 4-H club in Saginaw County, is the retired owner of Elmwood …read more →

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Wayne H. Wood

Wayne Wood, a former Sanilac County 4-H’er and fourth-generation dairy farmer, is in his second year as the 16th president …read more →

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Wayne R. Adam

Wayne Adam, a lifelong resident of Sanilac County, resides on his family’s centennial farm. In 2004 he retired as owner/manager …read more →

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William A. Dodds

As general manager and vice-president for marketing of The Andersons, Inc., Monroe County 4-H alumnus William A. Dodds is accountable …read more →

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William A. Nichols

William A. Nichols used the opportunities he had to learn all he needed to know to start his own business. …read more →

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William A. Rowley

William A. Rowley is proprietor and manager of Sunnyside Farm in Richmond, which includes dairy, crop and milk hauling operations. …read more →

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William D. Knox

For more than 58 years, William D. Knox has been a national voice on agricultural economics and dairy issues. As …read more →

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William J. Zehnder Jr.

William Zehnder, Jr., better known as “Tiny,” has become a symbol of Frankenmuth, Michigan. Zehnder began working for his parents …read more →

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William L. Bortel

William Bortel served three years as the Livingston County 4-H agent and ten years in Gratiot County as the agriculture …read more →

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