Clark elected state VP

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Shown from left are ACA Executive Vice President Dr. Billy Powell of Montgomery; ACA Vice President Woody Clark of Andalusia; ACA President Donna Jo Curtis of Athens; ACA President-Elect Jimmy Holliman of Marion Junction; and ACA Treasurer LD Fitzpatrick of Montgomery.

Andalusia cattleman and businessman Woody Clark was elected as state vice president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association at the annual meeting held March 31 in Huntsville.

Clark was and his wife, Wanda, live on a 250 acre farm, part of which was homesteaded by his family in 1862, just north of Andalusia in Covington County. He raises registered Angus cattle along with a commercial herd.

Clark graduated from Elba High School. He attended Southern Union State Junior College in Wadley, Ala., where he earned an associate degree in business. He continued his education at the University of South Alabama, majoring in industrial management.

Since 1976, he has been employed by Clark Trailers Inc, where he services as vice president of marketing and sales and is part owner.

Clark is a 21-year member of the Andalusia Kiwanis Club where he served on the board of directors and was chairman of the Adopt-A-Mile program. He has been Scout Master for Troop 46 in Andalusia and was involved in the Midget League and Little League baseball program.

He is active in cattle organizations, serving on the board of directors of the Covington County Cattlemen. He is a past president of the Covington County Cattlemen’s Association and served as a regional vice president for the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association.

Clark has been a bi-vocational pastor for the past 37 years in the Congregational Christian Church, serving several churches in the South Alabama/ Northwest Florida Association.

He and his wife, Wanda, have two sons, Todd and Trae, and two grandchildren, Ragan 17 and Thomas 10.