07.31.21

Daines Honors Montanan of the Month: Darrell Hueth of Valley Count

U.S. SENATE — U.S. Senator Steve Daines today recognized Darrell Hueth of Valley County for his devotion to the Glasgow community and passion for Montana agriculture and education.

Through his “Montanan of the Month” initiative, every month Daines will highlight a Montanan by submitting a statement of recognition in the official Congressional Record, the document that reflects the official proceedings of Congress.

Daines welcomes anyone to nominate fellow Montanans for Daines’ “Montanan of the Month” program by calling Daines’ office at 202-224-2651 or by filling out the contact form on Daines’ website: HERE.

The following is a statement submitted to the Congressional Record:  


TRIBUTE TO DARRELL HUETH OF VALLEY COUNTY

Mr. DAINES. Mr. President, today I have the distinct honor of recognizing Darrell Hueth of Valley County as Montanan of the Monthfor his devotion to the Glasgow community and passion for Montana agriculture and education.

Darrell has been a staple in Glasgow since his high school football and basketball days. He went on to become a star athlete for the Montana State University Bobcats from 1956-1959—Go Cats! During his time at MSU, Darrell studied agriculture economics.

Darrell brought his athletic experience and agriculture knowledge back to Glasgow as a teacher and coach. Under his leadership, the Scotties’ football team went undefeated for two years and won three state championships. Darrell also led the Scotties’ wrestling team to three state championships. When he wasn’t on the field or in the gym, Darrell taught consumer economic accounting and bookkeeping, a course that is crucial for the next generation of Montana ag leaders.

Teachers serve an important role as they shape the minds of young Montanans and have the opportunity to influence the next generation and help prepare them for future careers. Montana has a rich legacy of agriculture, and it’s our number one economic driver. There is no doubt that Darrell’s passion for teaching about agriculture helped encourage young Montanans to pursue careers in this important field.

His educational impact extends beyond the great state of Montana. As Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Darrell has had many academic articles, working papers and books published throughout his professional career.

It is my honor to recognize Darrell for dedicating his life to education and making a positive impact on young Montanans through athletics and agricultural studies. Keep up the great work, Darrell!

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