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Heinrichs, David H. - 2000
Henry, James Leslie - 2004
Hewlett, Annie Elizabeth May - 1975
Heyer, Adolph - 1986
Hill, Alice Reber - 1988
Hobman, Clayton Glencairn - 2008
Hookenson, Clarence - 2019
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Howard, Thelma M. - 2012
Howe, Doug - 2018
Hull, Joseph Ernest - 1999
Hummel, Guy Hartsel - 1972

PortraitClarence Hookenson

Born: 1920

Clarence Hookenson is a community volunteer, local politician and cattle producer who has devoted his life to improving his community of Kisbey, Sask., and mentoring young cattle producers.

He served as a municipal councillor and reeve for 37 years, and initiated the area’s first ratepayers’ supper to give local citizens a voice in decision-making. He has served on the boards of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and the Saskatchewan Municipal Hail Insurance Association, and as a farmer-delegate with the Canadian Wheat Board. He spearheaded the construction of the community rink and the memorial hall in Kisbey and continues into his nineties to volunteer his time to his community.

Clarence was also an avid cattle exhibitor and judge who was a regular feature at the Toronto Royal Winter Fair, Canadian Western Agribition and regional 4-H livestock shows. He judged cattle shows across Canada and has a reputation for sharing his extensive knowledge of agriculture in order to mentor others and to build the next generation of successful producers.
He is a veteran of the Second World War.

 

 

 

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