Posted on August 19, 2019 at 11:15 AM by Global Reach
As a youth, Cliff Mann was a member of 4-H in Fremont County Iowa. His love for the program led him to serve on the Youth and 4-H Committee and as Horse Project Leader in Adams County Iowa as an adult.
Cliff has served on the Adams County Extension Council as Treasurer for 20 years to date. Through his role as treasurer, he spent many volunteer hours assisting with bookkeeping duties at the Extension Office. As a member of the council, Cliff has been a support person for the Adams County Fair for many years. With his experience as an accountant, he has prepared free tax returns for low income Iowa families through the VITA program for 18 years.
His service to his community is not limited to Extension and 4-H work by any means. Cliff has been a long - term member of the Adams County Rotary Club, where he served as president. He received the Paul Harris Fellowship Award for his work with Rotary. As a member of the Masonic Lodge, he moved through all chairs to become a Master. Cliff has been a long-time member of the Corning United Methodist Church where he has served on many different committees.
Cliff is a very dedicated father of 4 children, 1 son and 3 daughters, all active 4-H members. He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling to cattle shows to support his grandchildren and raising Angus cattle with his grandson. Cliff continues to contribute to the 4-H program through work with his grandchildren today.
With a great love for horses and raising cattle, he is an active member of the Saddle Club, Iowa Cattlemen and is a Pony Express Rider of Iowa.
Cliff has always gone above and beyond to serve his community, Adams County is a better place thanks to selfless individuals like himself.