James Harold Booth

Booth—James Harold Booth, 78, on August 14, 2016, in Lansing, Mich. Jim was born on July 17, 1938, in Baldwin, Kans., to Helen Ehrhardt and Harvey Mellenbruch Booth. As a boy he began to love the prairies. He pursued his interest in agricultural economics at Kansas State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in feed technology (1960) and a master’s degree in agriculture and applied science (1962). In 1964 he married Kathy Gebhart, whom he had met when both were working in downtown Chicago, Ill. After six years they moved to Lansing, where he taught at Michigan State University (MSU) for🔒

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