Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 26, 1994, Image 75

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    Va, Breeder To Head American
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. —T. D.
Steele, Roanoke, Va., was elected
president of the American Angus
Association for 1995 at the Asso
ciation’s Annual Meeting Nov. 14
in Louisville, Ky. Some 300 dele
gates elected to represent the
members in their various states
also elected a vice president and
five members to the board of
directors.
The new vice president is
Ralph Bridges of Lexington, Ga.
Elected to the 15-member board
of directors for three-year terms
were William Borror, Tehama,
Calif.; Leroy Baldwin, Ocala,
Fla.; John Hamilton, Miles City,
Mont.; Henry Bergfeld, Sum
mitville, Ohio; and Robert Hillier,
Garden City, Kan.
T.D. Steele, the association’s
new president, served as vice
president during the 1994 fiscal
year, and prior to that he served
six years on the board of directors.
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He started in the Angus business
in 1950 in partnership with his
father. He has operated the Lynn
Brae herd at Roanoke, Va., since
1955 and his son Roger joined
him in business in 1980. They also
operate Mill Brae Ranch near
Maple Hill, Kan.
Born in West Virginia, Steele
received his bachelor’s degree
from Harvard University. After
serving three years in the U.S.
Navy, he earned his master’s
degree from Virginia Polytechnic
Institute. He has been an active
real estate developer since 1950.
Elected to the board of direc
tors of the Certified Angus Beef
Program in 1984, Steele later was
elected to the American Angus
Association board of directors.
During the 1993 fiscal year he
held the office of American
Angus Association treasurer.
Steele was one of the founders
of the Virginia Beef Cattle
by December 31,1994!
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Improvement Association in 1955,
and he has been an active promot
er of beef cattle performance test
ing. Also active in the Virginia
Angus Association. Steele has
served several terms on the board
of directors and was president of
the association in 1957 and 1980.
He is involved in many civic and
charitable organizations and is a
long-term member of the board of
trustees of Roanoke CollegeT
Ralph Bridges, the new Ameri
can Angus Association vice presi
dent, has served six years on the
association’s board of directors.
Last year he was treasurer of the
association. He bought his first
Angus cattle 50 years ago and his
herd has been designated a His
toric Angus Herd by the American
Angus Association.
Bridges and his wife Margaret
have six children and all of them
and their families are involved in
the family farming operation. In
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Angus Association
addition to some 500 registered
Angus cows they have a large
commercial cow-calf operation
and raise some 500,000 turkeys
each year.
A past president of the Georgia
Angus Association, Bridges also
served as president of the Georgia
Cattlemen’s Association, and he
was named that organization’s
1991 Seedstock Breeder of the
Year.
Tax Week At
Penn
State Begins Dec. 5
UNIVERSITY PARK, (Centre
Co.) Tax accountants, attor
neys, certified public accountants,
and other professionals who file
income tax returns for businesses
and individuals will meet in State
College on December 5 for the
42nd annual Tax Week at Penn
State.
The American Angus Associa
tion is the world’s largest beef cat
tle registry organization with 1994
registrations of more than 214,000
head. Its headquarters has been in
St. Joseph, Mo., since 1956. The
annual meeting of the Association
is held annually in conjunction
with the North American Interna
tional Livestock Exposition in
Louisville, Ky.
The 1994 Tax Week, which
runs through December 9, will fea
ture a combination of technical tax
topics and special interest work
shops. The event begins with a
Penn Slate Tax Institute on Mon
day and Tuesday and concludes
with a special workshop about lim
ited liability companies and part
nerships on Thursday and Friday.
Topics for the first two days include practical
application of the 1993 tax law, tax legislation
anticipated in 1995, fiduciary lax returns, and
basic rules for federal estate and gift taxes. Penn
sylvania state income tax, retirement planning
and unique problems related to filing small busi
ness tax returns also will be examined.
Tuesday afternoon’s session will include an
in-depth analysis of exempt organization taxa
tion. The tax rules that affect these volunteer
groups, such as fire associations and other com
munity service organizations, often are misinter
preted. The session will provide helpful informa
tion to tax professionals who serve these groups.
Wednesday’s sessions will focus on special
ized topics that concern most tax preparers,
including tax rules affecting the sale of a resi
dence, home offices, property transfers and feder
al and state payroll taxes.
A workshop focusing on tax rules for limited
liability companies and partnerships will be con
ducted on Thursday and Friday, December 8-9.
This workshop will provide valuable information
about forming, operating and making distribu
tions from businesses that operate as limited loss
companies or partnerships.
Dr. William Kulsrud, associate professor of
accountancy at Indiana University, and Dr. Robert
Jamison, associate professor of accountancy at the
University of Illinois, will serve as instructors for
the workshop. Their recently completed reference
book on limited liability companies and partner
ships will be the primary text for the workshop,
and participants will receive a copy.
For registration forms and more information
about Tax Week at Penn State, write to the Agri
cultural Short Courses Office, The Pennsylvania
State University, 306 Agricultural Administration
Building, University Park, PA 16802, or call
(8141865-8301
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