All posts by: whitrun6

Thank you Whitney!

Whitney Wilson transitioned the former IWCS website into this current website. Thank you for the many hours you spent on making the transition to the new format!... Read More

Dr. William L. Stern #311HL Posted 05-15-2017 by Jim Ciesla #9275

Dr. William L. Stern was born on September 10, 1926, in Paterson, New Jersey, where he spent his childhood. He graduated in 1944 from the agricultural curriculum at Paterson Central...... Read More

Mihaly Czako PhD Appointed Editor of World of Wood Posted 01-17-2013

The IWCS Board has approved the appointment of Mihaly Czako PhD, #5220-L, as Editor, World of Wood effective March 1, 2013.  Mihaly is well known in IWCS as a member...... Read More

Jean Sumner #4431L

 Updated 03/19/2019 My life with wood began at an early age watching my dad build, turn and repair useful items for our house. Before I began my own wood career,...... Read More

Gary Green #6654L – 1st Past President, November, 2020 Updated 10-30-2020

I was born in Goshen, IN, USA in 1953 and have resided in Syracuse, IN since 1976. I have a BA degree from Ball State University. I taught Middle School...... Read More

Patti Dickherber #8719 – Updated 08-11-2021

Patti served as the IWCS Secretary Treasurer from 2016-2018. She attended Maryville University, St. Louis, MO and received a BS in Business Administration. She is retired from MEMC (formerly Monsanto...... Read More

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/19/climate/wood-banks-winter-maine.htmlBy Marguerite Holloway<br>Photographs by George Etheredge<br><strong>Marguerite Holloway and George Etheredge traveled to Maine to see how climate change is affecting wood banks there.</strong><br>Published Feb. 19, 2021Updated Feb. 20, 2021<br>ORLAND, MAINE — The cluster of...... Read More

Mark Duff, President Elect, November 1, 2020 Updated 10-30-2020

I want to thank everyone for electing me President Elect of IWCS in 2020. I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to most of you. While I have...... Read More