All great things must come to an end, including legendary careers! Thankfully, once you are an All West Family member, you are part of our team for life! The retirees of All West/Select Sires remain an important part of our cooperative’s rich history, as well as a valuable tool to plan for the future.

In celebration of the All West/Select Sires 80th Anniversary this year, we’re catching up with some of our “All West Legacies” and providing you with an update in the form of their responses to seven simple questions.

We most recently caught up with Mr. Tom Frisbee!

1. What years were you employed by All West/Select Sires?
“1993 – 2019”

2. What position(s) did you hold?
“I was a Professional A.I. Technician.”


3. Who is your favorite bull of all time?
“I really liked the 7HO3707 MATHIE daughters. They were very nice dairy cows!”

4. What was your greatest achievement as part of the All West Family?
“My greatest accomplishment was creating relationships with my All West team members that made them feel like family. Also, getting to know the dairy producers I served very well was a great achievement.”


Tom Frisbee receiving his award for 25 Years of Service from past All West/Select Sires President Jim Regli at the 2018 All West/Select Sires Annual Meeting.

5. What is your favorite All West memory?
“My favorite memories included making a trip to California and attending a technician training conference at the Select Sires Inc. headquarters in Ohio.”

6. What keeps you busy these days?
“I am pretty occupied by supporting my grandson in his Little League baseball and youth football activities.”

Tom Frisbee and his wife, Renee

7. What are you currently looking forward to?
“I am just hoping I can continue what I am doing, enjoying a healthy and happy retirement.”

To learn more about Tom Frisbee’s legacy, click here!


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