Jarold Callahan Former American Angus Association President And Chairman Of The Board Died – BRB NEWS


The American Angus Association mourns the passing of a visionary leader, Jarold Callahan, who served as association president and board chairman.

Callahan is a respected figure in the beef industry with a career spanning decades. He first became executive vice president of the Oklahoma Ranchers Association in 1991. In 1996, he joined Express Ranches, initially as a director.

Callahan’s tenure at the American Angus Association began in 2004 when he joined the Board of Directors. He served on the board for eight years until 2012, during which time he also held the positions of Chairman and President. His leadership was instrumental in the establishment of Angus Genetics Inc., a subsidiary of the association.

In recognition of his contributions to the cattle industry, Callahan’s portrait will hang in the Saddle and Sirloin Portrait Gallery in Louisville. This prestigious honor is a testament to Callahan’s impact and influence in the industry.

Visionary in the livestock industry

Callahan is known for his visionary approach to the cattle industry. His leadership and strategic thinking have been key to the growth of the American Angus Association and the broader beef industry.

Callahan’s sudden departure left a significant void in the industry. His unexpected death had a profound impact on those who worked with him and benefited from his leadership. The entire Angus community is mourning the loss of one of their own.

In short, Jarold Callahan’s contributions to the American Angus Association and the beef industry as a whole have been enormous. His visionary leadership and strategic thinking will be greatly missed.

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