- Elected as an ACP vice chairman was Ted Schneider, Lake Providence, La.
- Elected as a NCC producer director was Bowen Flowers, Clarksdale, Miss., representing the Mid-South region.
Clyde Sharp, a Roll, Ariz., cotton producer, was re-elected as chairman of the American Cotton Producers (ACP) of the National Cotton Council for 2013, during the NCC’s annual meeting on Feb. 8-10.
Sharp, who has served on and chaired various ACP and NCC committees, is a past president of The Cotton Foundation and Cotton Council International, the NCC’s export promotion arm.
Elected as an ACP vice chairman was Ted Schneider, Lake Providence, La. Re-elected as ACP vice chairmen were K. Michael Tate, Huntsville, Ala., and Barry W. Evans, Kress, Texas.
Elected as a NCC producer director was Bowen Flowers, Clarksdale, Miss., representing the Mid-South region. Re-elected as NCC producer directors were: Allen McLaurin, Laurel Hill, N.C., representing the Southeast region; Michael J. Alexander of Colorado City, Texas, from the Southwest region; and Donald J. Cameron, Helm, Calif., from the Western region. Clyde Sharp will serve as the at-large NCC producer director.
Serving as ACP state producer chairmen in 2013: Alabama – Neal Isbell, Muscle Shoals, and Walter L. Corcoran Jr., Eufaula; Arizona – Paul Ollerton, Casa Grande, and Greg Wuertz, Casa Grande; Arkansas – Herrick F. Norcross, III, Tyronza; California – Mark McKean, Riverdale; Florida – B. E. “Sonny” Davis Jr., Cottondale; Georgia – Tim Crosby, Pavo, and Ronald C. Lee, Bronwood; Kansas – Kent L. Goyen, Pratt; Louisiana – Jason Condrey, Lake Providence; and Benjamin Guthrie, Newellton; Mississippi – Cliff Heaton, Lyon; Missouri/Illinois – Steve Droke, Hornersville, MO; New Mexico – Nathan H. Jurva, Carlsbad; North Carolina – Donny Lassiter, Conway, and Gary Respess, Pantego; Oklahoma – Danny Robbins, V, Altus, Danny Davis, Elk City; South Carolina – Rusty Darby Jr., Chester; and Kendall W. Wannamaker, Saint Matthews; Tennessee/Kentucky – Jimmy Moody, Dyersburg, TN; Texas – Shawn Holladay, Lubbock; Doyle K. Schniers, San Angelo; and Jon R. Whatley, Odem; and Virginia – James W. Jones Jr., Windsor.