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Hunter CormanHunter Corman is the son of Gene Corman, appraiser in our West Plains office. Congratulations to Hunter on his achievements in FFA!

During the 87th Missouri FFA Convention, Hunter Corman, Pomona, Mo., was named the 2015-16 State FFA Vice President representing Area 13. Corman is a member of the Willow Springs FFA Chapter. His advisor is Nathan Sanders. His parents are Gene and Anna Corman.

Corman’s supervised agriculture experience program (SAE) consists of raising beef cattle and market hogs that he shows at the district and state levels. He has a garden where he plants vegetables and specialty crops. Corman also works for his family’s beef cattle operation.

Corman has served as vice president, treasurer and sentinel of the Willow Springs FFA Chapter.

Corman was a participant in the National FFA Band. He has competed in multiple state career development events including FFA knowledge, entomology and dairy foods. Corman received the second-place state proficiency award in specialty crop production. He also placed second in the Missouri Pork Producers area public speaking contest. At the area level, Corman placed first in FFA Creed speaking and advanced prepared public speaking. He also won area proficiency awards for vegetable production, pork production and specialty crop production.

Corman has been elected senior class and student council vice president, drumline co-captain and Future Business Leaders of America parliamentarian. He has also participated in varsity basketball, quiz bowl, academic team, science olympiad, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Missouri Boys State. He has been a youth representative at the National Right to Life March in Washington, D.C.. Corman was a trail builder on mission trips for wounded veterans and built a nature trail for his school and community in Willow Springs. He helps with teaching and ministry at church camp and vacation Bible school.

Corman will study agricultural business at College of the Ozarks. After graduation he plans to become actively involved in the agriculture industry through his farm-to-table restaurant.

The Missouri FFA Association officer team logs nearly 90,000 miles throughout the state promoting FFA and the agriculture industry to students, advisors, business and industry leaders and the general public. Through 490 workshops and more than 200 speeches, the team encourages more than 44,000 FFA members to discover their own success within the organization.

The Missouri FFA has 25,829 members representing 338 chapters.
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