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April 29, 2014

Area students to receive FFA degrees

One of the highlights of the annual Oklahoma FFA Convention currently underway at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City is the awarding of State FFA Degrees.

Those degrees will be given during Wednesday's session.

This year, there are 726 FFA members who have achieved the state degree.

Area recipients include:


Tenner Curtis Burton, Tyler Burton, Kory Neil Dietz, Riley Hess, Courtney Mapes, Dakota Lane Nusser, Traci Owen


Randi Hoskins


Wyatt Casper, Madison Dearmin, Kylie Joelle Edwards, Grady Frantz


Trae Pugh


John Burton Appleton, Bert Blasdel, Kolton Dolin, Lane Snyder


Heather Marie Armbruster, Jenna Rae Maltbie, Carter Jacob Stewart


Kelly Lynette Hickey, Shania Schoonmaker


Drake Boyce, Gunner Garrison, Wiley Malson


Jennifer Bedwell, Rachael Anne Hopkins, Lindsey Pembrook, Alli Siler, Lane Spradlin


Becky Dewald, Cody DeWitt, Ryan Hallmark


Shay Bryant, Jake Fanning, Kaleb Maphet, Parker R. Olmstead, Kyle Painter, Lindsey Stahlman


Dalton Hahn


Ryan Craw, Mikayla Kenny, Landon Peach, Mariah Wooldridge


Will Bedwell


Tanner Bensch, Kristin Combs, Caleb Gilchrist, Kaci Livingston, Morgan Marks, Ryan Sander


Jase Harper


Wyatt Scott Casper, Paige Gosney, Carlyn Magness, Ashlee Shryock


Randall Castor


Mica Fierstos

Honorary degrees are awarded to adults who provide outstanding support to the state FFA association. This year, there are 90 recipients who will be recognized today (April 29). Area recipients include:

Ron Charmasson, Woodward farmer and rancher

Dick Fischer, Hooker, farmer and road maintenance, Texas County District 1

Greg Livingston, Seiling, executive vice president/chief lending officer, Farm Credit of Western Oklahoma

Nathan Reese, Mooreland, former state and national FFA officer, FFA foundation sponsor

Patricia Reese, Mooreland, FFA foundation sponsor

Lance Schultz, Shattuck, manager/owner J&LOilfield Services


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