“The Ole Crow,” as he called himself, passed away unexpectedly at home in Virginia at the age of 82.
Orie Lee spent half his life cultivating the industry he cared deeply for.
John Merritt, known as an innovative grower and staunch industry advocate, was 60.
George H. Wedgworth founded and led the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida for 50 years.
The men were on a grove scouting trip in Nicaragua.
Nathan Esformes, co-founder of Pacific Tomato Growers, succeeded in the agriculture industry for more than 60 years.
Josephine Crisafulli Ramshur spent the majority of her life caring for the groves that carry her family name.
Richard Kinney was a longtime liason and champion for the industry.
Dan Richardson was known for making a positive impact in the industry and local community.
A passion for plants defined longtime industry influencer.
Joe L. Davis Sr. will be remembered for his straight talk and sage advice.
Jon Vessey, 70, of Vessey and Company in California passes away after a battle with cancer.
Dewey Gargiulo, 84, focused on branding high-quality tomatoes.
Ron Muraro made his mark helping growers build sound budgets.
In December, our state lost a great Floridian with the passing of Doyle Conner. The youngest Speaker of […]