Congratulations to our 2014 4-H Alumni honoree Floyd Ridenhour!
Floyd Ridenhour, an executive with American AgCredit who has been involved with 4-H most of his life, first as a member and now as a leader and staunch supporter, is the 2014 recipient of the 4-H Alumni Award.
The 4-H Alumni Award, presented by the 4-H Foundation of Sonoma County, honors a former 4-H Club member who upholds the values of leadership, citizenship and community service, which are the hallmarks of the 4-H program. Ridenhour, who continues to give back to the community in the 4-H tradition, will be honored at the 4-H Foundation’s BBQ on Sept. 13.
Ridenhour credits 4-H for his work ethic, core values and the career path that lead him to a long and successful career with American AgCredit.
Ridenhour grew up in Solano County where he was a member of the Upper Suisun Valley 4-H Club for eight years. His 4-H projects were sheep, sugar beets, aviation and cooking. He was a junior leader for three different 4-H Clubs in Solano County.
Ridenhour has served as a sheep leader for the last 20 years in Sonoma County. He is a long-time director and treasurer of the 4-H Foundation.