Mr. Heilman

This page is to honor and remember the former FFA advisor of Kenton, Mr. Paul Heilman. He graduated from Kenton in 1978 and went to Agricultural Technical Insitute of Ohio State University. He was a part of Pork Production in June of 1980. He went to Wright State University for his Master’s Degree 2000. Mr. Heilman was on the OSU Livestock Judging Team and went to OSU for his BS in Agriculture Education in March 1983.

Mr. Heilman was the Ag Education teacher and FFA advisor at Cory Rawson High School from 1983-1995, and Kenton High School from 1995 to 2008. Throughout those years of teaching, he helped and inspired a lot of people to get into agriculture and FFA.

He was a Shepherd of Good Shepherd Farm with 12 bred Cheviot Ewes and 11 Suffolk Cross-Bred Ewes. He was a member of the Hardin County Farm Bureau and Hardin County Sheep Improvement Association.

Mr. Paul Heilman married Emily (Hart) Heilman in 1995. They have 4 children, Sarah,12, Hannah, 10, David,8, and Mary who is 6. The Heilman children are active in soccer, 4-H, Grange, and Farm Bureau.

Emily is a 17 year 4-H volunteer and Goshen Grange matron. She also is a former Farm Bureau Education and Promotion Chair.

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1.    Ben Schreckengost  |  May 3rd, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    Mr. Heilman,
    You are and will be missed. You were an inspiration

  • 2.    Becky Binau  |  August 5th, 2009 at 1:29 am

    You helped shape me into who I am today. I believe in myself because of you….and staying in the agriculture field :). You showed me I could do anything if I was willing to work for it. You inspired me to be better…..and probably many others as well. You will be missed.

  • 3.    Kelsey Wilcox  |  February 23rd, 2010 at 11:55 am

    I never knew what I learned from you until I got older. Now that I have been through college and have made it out in the real world I still think about all the things you used to tell us and they all make sense now. I will never forget some of the lessons I learned from you. Thank you Mr. H 🙂

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