2013 Wapello County - Doug Glosser

Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees

2013 Wapello County - Doug Glosser

 

 

Doug Glosser has served as a 4-H leader and supporter for many years. In fact, Mr. Glosser was the founder of the Cornhuskers 4-H club, which is still active today. He spent countless hours mentoring young 4-H members who looked up to him. He and his wife instilled the 4-H values into their four children as they grew up in the 4-H program to become future leaders and community members. His contribution to 4-H is still strong today because of his impact on young lives to make the best better.
 
One of the areas Mr. Glosser was most active with was the sheep and goat projects. He conducted many clinics throughout his 4-H career and has also served as a judge in many livestock areas. Today he holds the title as Superintendent for the Meat Goat project.
 
Doug was always an encouraging leader, challenging many
4-Hers, to step out of their comfort zone, to try a new project. He and his wife, Ronda, donated several live animals, such as lambs and puppies, to be given away to a deserving 4-Her through essay competitions.
 

Doug was always available to lend a hand to help in anyway during 4-H events. Doug continues to donate time to 4-H events when he is not busy judging Meat Goat Shows across the nation.

 

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