Missouri FFA and Agriculture Education | Past FFA Officers
Past Missouri FFA Officers and National FFA Officers.
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Past Officers

State FFA Officers

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1928-1939

1940-1949

1950-1959

1960-1969

1970-1979

1980-1989

1990-1999

2000-2010

2011-Present

 

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Past National FFA Officers

YEAR
NAME
OFFICE
FFA CHAPTER

2007-2008

Zach Kinne

President

North Harrison

2000-2001

Doug Kueker

Vice President

Sweet Springs

1998-1999

Mark Wilburn

Vice President

Van-Far

1993-1994

Andrew McCrea

Secretary

King City

1992-1993

John Kleiboeker

Vice President

Pierce City

1985-1986

Kevin Coffman

Vice President

Paris

1983-1984

Rhonda Schulen

Vice President

Westphalia

1981-1982

Scott Watson

Vice President

Gallatin

1980-1981

David Pearce

Vice President

Warrensburg

1978-1979

Kelly Grant

Secretary

Marion C Early (Morrisville)

1972-1973

Tim Daughtery

Vice President

Chillicothe

1967-1968

Paul J Diehl Jr.

Secretary

Butler

1964-1965

Larry Prewitt

Vice President

Couch

1959-1960

Richard Poor

Vice President

Anderson

1958-1959

Thomas Stine

Vice President

Ozark

1956-1957

Jerry Litton

Secretary

Chillicothe

1951-1952

Charles Ocker

Secretary

Cameron

1945-1946

Joseph E. Espey

Vice President

Maryville

1943-1944

Byron Freman

Secretary

Tarkio

1941-1942

LaRoy Duvall

Vice President

Lamar

1931-1932

Oscar Clauser

Secretary

Fredericktown

1930-1931

Leslie M. Fry

President

Louisiana

1929-1930

Paul Zillman

Secretary

Salisbury