Waldo Frasier was one of the most important leaders in the establishment of the modern day Arkansas Farm Bureau. During his years with Arkansas Farm Bureau, Mr. Frasier served as Executive Secretary from 1935 until 1955. He was the Executive Vice-President from 1955 until 1970. In 1971, he became the Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer for the organization. During his years of service, he helped the membership grow from 65 to 64,439. Under his leadership Farm Bureau became an organization that was respected throughout the state and the prime mover in the state in the creation of farm policy. Mr. Frasier received a degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas and did graduate work at the University of Wisconsin. Before beginning his work with Arkansas Farm Bureau Mr. Frasier was a county agent with the Agriculture Extension Service in Lonoke County. During his career Mr. Frasier also served as Chairman of the Board of Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield and served as a board member for Associated Industries of Arkansas, the Arkansas chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and Coastal Chemical Corporation. He was also treasurer and chairman of the Arkansas Committee on Cooperatives. Through the years, in addition to his service to Farm Bureau and to agriculture, he received recognition for 20 years of distinguished service to 4-H Club work and was an honorary life member of 4-H. He also received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Arkansas. Progressive Farmer magazine named him Man of the Year in Service to Arkansas Agriculture in 1951.