James Bibler

Class XXVIII

Under the leadership of James Bibler, Bibler Brothers Lumber Company grew to be one of the most progressive and successful …

Devoe Bollinger

Class XXIII

A lifelong cattleman, Devoe Bollinger has dedicated his career to improving the image ofArkansasranchers, the quality of pasture lands, supportingArkansasyouth …

Morris L. Bowman

Class II

Morris L. Bowman came from a large family and while many of his siblings chose to take up professions outside …

Richard “Dick” Bransford

Class XV

Richard “Dick” Bransford was born and raised in Lonoke, Arkansas. Mr. Bransford and his son, Rick, have farmed 3,000 …

William C. “Bill” Bridgforth

Class XXXI

Bridgforth is senior partner in the law firm of Ramsay, Bridgforth, Robinson and Raley, where he represents the legal needs …

Dr. Lew E. Brinkley

Class XXXI

Brinkley has taught three generations of students at Arkansas State University, spending his 46-year career there as a professor of …

Dr. Connell J. Brown

Class VIII

Dr. Connell J. Brown was reared on a general livestock farm near Valley Springs, where he graduated high school in …

Gordon R. Brown

Class III

Gordon R. Brown was a graduate of Iowa State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Farm Crops and Soils …

Mark Bryles

Class XXIII

Mississippi County leads the state of Arkansas in cotton production and Mark Bryles is credited for being instrumental in the …

Troy Buck

Class XX

Troy Buck has spent 46 years in vocational agriculture, leading two of the state’s largest FFA chapters and affecting …

Robert L. “Bob” Buice

Class IV

Robert L. “Bob” Buice has been called “an Arkansas broadcast legend.” Mr. Buice graduated from North Little Rock High School …

U.S. Sen. Dale Bumpers

Class XX

Dale Bumpers’ impact on agriculture will last far beyond his lifetime, a testament to his vision and intense interest in …

William H. “Bill” Caldwell

Class XXIX

“Mr. Bill” Caldwell, as he was known to family and friends, has a legacy of service and leadership in agriculture …

Jack D. Carey

Class XIX

Jack Carey has spent 35 years leading the boll weevil eradication effort in Arkansas. Now retired, Carey grew cotton, soybeans …

Abraham Carpenter Sr.

Class XXV

When one thinks of quality, locally grown produce in Arkansas, the name Carpenter generally comes to mind. Visitors to the …

L. Clyde Carter

Class I

L. Clyde Carter was born June 10, 1909 in Warren, Arkansas. He graduated from Monticello High School in 1928, then …

Neely E. Cassady

Class XXX

Neely Cassady was a driving force in the formation of the poultry industry in southwest Arkansas, particularly in his native …

Dr. C. E. “Chuck” Caviness

Class IV

Dr. C. E. “Chuck” Caviness is “Dr. Soybean” in the minds of many mid-south soybean producers due to the tremendous …

Henry “Hank” Chamberlin

Class XXIX

Hank Chamberlin devoted his life to the timber and forestry industry and is known as the “Father of Forestry Education …

Esther Hill Chapin

Class XXI

Esther Hill Chapin had a vision for the future. In 1985, Chapin, who operated a highly successful Poinsett County row-crop …