Ed Hurliman Appointed to State Board of Agriculture- Frederick Drummond Named to Board of Historical SocietyWed, 08 Feb 2012 11:02:58 CST
The office of Governor Mary Fallin has announced a new appointment to the State Board of Agriculture. Ed Hurliman of Broken Bow is owner of Hurliman Forestry Services, a private forestry consulting business. He is the first forester to be appointed to the Board of Agriculture. Hurliman received a bachelorís degree from the University of Illinois. He is a current member of the Society of American Foresters and the Oklahoma Forestry Association.
Hurliman also serves on the board of directors for the Oklahoma Forest Heritage Center, First National Bank of Idabel and on the Natural Resources Conservation Service Technical Committee. Hurliman is replacing Don Britton and represents District 1. The appointment requires Senate confirmation.
Governor Fallin has also selected a past President of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association to serve on the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society. Frederick Drummond of Pawhuska is a retired cattle rancher and veteran of the Korean War. He currently serves on the Gilcrease Museum board and is a member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Oklahoma Cowboy Hall of Fame.
Drummond is a past president of the Oklahoma Cattlemenís Association and Oklahoma State University Alumni Association; he also is past vice president of the Oklahoma Heritage Association. Drummond received a bachelorís degree from Oklahoma State University and a masterís in business administration from Stanford University. He is replacing Bob Klemme and will serve as an at-large member. This appointment does not require Senate confirmation.
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