* Eleven Washington residents have been inducted into the Washington State 4-H Hall of Fame:
Nihla Bradley, Sedro Woolley, was a 4-H leader for 35 years.
Lois Garbe, Touchet, was a project leader for the Touchet 4-H Club for 23 years.
Dick and Betty Garvey, Colville, started a 4-H club more than 50 years ago that is still active in Stevens County.
Jack Giesy, Vancouver, served as Clark County Fair veterinarian for over 40 years and a 4-H leader for over 25 years.
Mara Hansen, Graham, began her 4-H career in Grant County as a 4-H leader in the 1960s. She also became county fair superintendent and 4-H camp director.
Betty and Joe Parazoo, Addy, have a combined total of 68 years of volunteer service in Stevens County.
Clarence Petty, Vancouver, has served for over 30 years as a 4-H leader in Clark County.
Harry and Edna Wulz, Chehalis, led the Forest 4-H Club for 33 years including projects in clothing, sheep, foods, dairy, goats and poultry.
* Daniel L. Fagerlie, Ferry County director for WSU Extension and the Colville Reservation Federally Recognized Extension Program, has received the Award for Excellence in Extension from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities.
* Richard Melvin Surface, an Oregon nurseryman who was active in FFA in Wallowa County, died Nov. 2. He was 72.
* Louis Edward Randall, former president of the Oregon Cattlemen Association and founder of the Oregon Water Improvement Coalition, died Oct. 29 in Klamath Falls, Ore. He was 88.
* Ralph Garren, former OSU Extension berry specialist, died Nov. 8. He was 88.
* Charles R. Johnson, former chairman of Washington State University's Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, died Sept. 29.
* Lloyd William Mohling, a former salesman for Halton Co., Linn- Benton Tractor Co. and A&L Supply, died on Sept. 27. He was 66.