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James Tyson


Mr. James Tyson was born in 1931 in Coffee Springs, Alabama. He attended Tuskegee Institute where he received his BS in Agricultural Education. He continued to advance his studies of agriculture at Tuskegee as well as Fort Valley State College, and the University of Georgia. Mr. Tyson was a member of the Tuskegee ROTC and served as 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army.

Mr. Tyson taught at Lincoln High School in Alabama and was Vocational Agriculture Instructor at R.L. Norris High School, Norris Middle School, and Thomson High School, all in Thomson, Georgia. He served Vocational Agriculture for 33 years until his retirement in 1988. During his years of teaching, Mr. Tyson was named McDuffie County Teacher of the Year.

Mr. Tyson was a member of the American Legion, McDuffie County Farm Bureau, Prince Hall Grand Lodge, the Retired Teachers Association, Georgia Sheriffs Association, and the Vocational Agricultural Association. Mr. Tyson died in 1992.

 
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