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Albert Joseph Dyer

educator

Albert Joseph Dyer, American educator. Served to captain Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Named Livestock Man of Year U. Missouri Block and Bridle; Fellow American Society Animal Science; member Block and Bridle (nat. treasurer), Sigma Xi, Gamma Sigma Delta.

Background

Dyer, Albert Joseph was born on March 23, 1910 in Amity, Missouri, United States. Son of Albert Henry and Cora (Dieter) Dyer.

Education

Master of Sciences, University Missouri, 1939, Doctor of Philosophy., 1949.

Career

Teacher, Missouri rural school, 1927-1929. County extension agent, Carrollton, Missouri, 1935-1938. Assistant animal husbandry U. Missouri at Columbia, 1934-1935, member of faculty, 1938-1943, 46—75, professor animal husbandry, 1954-1975, department chairman, 1957-1975.

Marketing and livestock consultant, consultant International Cooperation Administration, Chile, 1961. United States representative Feed Grain Council, England, 1963.

Works

  • Author research papers.

Membership

Served to captain Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Named Livestock Man of Year U. Missouri Block and Bridle. Fellow American Society Animal Science.

Member Block and Bridle (nat. treasurer), Sigma Xi, Gamma Sigma Delta.

Connections

Married Annabel McCallister, December 17, 1935. Children: JoAnn (Mistress.

father:
Albert Henry Dyer

mother:
Cora (Dieter) Dyer

spouse:
Annabel McCallister

child:
JoAnn (Mrs Dyer