The Meat Industry Hall of Fame has announced the results of voting by its more than 70 Members and Trustees, in which six new Inductees were named to the Class of 2014.
This year, the members and the Hall’s Board of Trustees selected six Inductees from more than 75 nominations submitted by participants across all sectors of red meat and poultry production, processing, marketing and academia. The Class of 2014 is the sixth group of industry leaders to be inducted.
The Induction Ceremony and Dinner honoring the incoming Class will be held in conjunction with the North American Meat Association’s Outlook Conference in Charleston, SC.
Meat Industry Hall of Fame – Class of 2014:
J. Patrick Boyle
Zerle Carpenter, Ph.D.
Melvin C. Hunt, Ph.D.
James Marsden, Ph.D.
“For the men and women in the industry, these Inductees are not only familiar names but people who embody the best of the business,” said Chuck Jolley, Meat Industry Hall of Fame Co-Founder and President. “These are leaders whose careers and contributions have made a difference for their organizations, their communities and for the industry they helped advance. We are proud to welcome them into the Hall.”