|Name||Elaine R. Stuhr|
|Address||208 Road 18 |
Bradshaw, Nebraska 68319, United States
|| June 19, 1936
|Last Modifed||Wishful Thinking|
Aug 23, 2003 01:44am
|Info||Nebraska Legislature: 1994, 1998, 2002 |
Born June 19, 1936, in Polk County.
Education: Graduate of Thayer High School, 1954; University of Nebraska-Lincoln (B.S. in home economics education), 1969.
Family: Husband, Boyd; three children: Cynthia Zluticky, Teresa Robbins and Boyd E. Stuhr Jr.; six grandchildren.
Occupation: Partner in family farm operation.
Former occupations: assistant instructor, educational and family resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; teacher, Henderson Public Schools and Hampton Public Schools.
Member: Heartland Center for Leadership Development; Nebraska Ag Builders; Nebraska Ag Relations Council; Nebraska Corn Growers and National Corn Growers associations; Women Involved in Farm Economics (past national president); Zion Lutheran Church, Hampton.
Former: Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council (board chair); Agricultural Women's Leadership Network (board chair); Nebraska Family Community Leadership Program (board member); Agricultural Women's Leadership Network (president); Agriculture Council of America (board member); Foundation for Agricultural Education and Development (president); U.S. Feed Grains Council (board member); Nebraska Corn Board (secretary).
Other: Fellow, Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development; co-chair, National Farm Women's Forum; Farmer-to-Farmer Assignment to Lithuania (Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance) and Farmer-to-Farmer Assignment to Russia (Winrock International); 4-H leader.
Honors and awards: Honorary Life Membership, Future Business Leaders of America; "Woman of the Year" for Nebraska Women Involved in Farm Economics; Honorary membership, Nebraska Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America; UNL College of Human Resources and Family Sciences/Yeutter Family and Community Service Award; Nebraska Vocational Association Outstanding Service to Vocational Education Award; Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers of Nebraska Community Partnership Award; Nebraska Ag Relations Council Award for Service to Nebraska Agriculture; Nebraska Agribusiness Club Public Service to Agriculture Award; Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement; Nebraska Cooperative Extension Association Meritorious Public Service Award; Lincoln Journal Star Nebraska Honor Farm Family.