As we move forward this year, our goal is to leave a legacy. Dr. Williams had some advice to FFA members who are unsure about what a legacy truly is, “You have to be true to yourself. You must know your strengths and weaknesses, and never forget that we have God given talents. We should use those God given talents to our fullest because it is those kinds of things that people remember you for. You do not have to make a big splash, maybe you just help a group of older people from time to time, or when someone is down you are can be counted on to help them out.”
It has been said that leaders rally their constituents to a better future. Dr. Williams has certainly rallied the Rush County School system to a better future with his eight years of service. Many FFA programs around the country cannot reach its full potential due to the lack of support from their administration. Fortunately, the Rushville FFA receives all the support necessary to be considered as one of the top FFA programs in the state. As we celebrate National FFA Week, we would like to thank Dr. Williams for his support of the Rushville FFA Chapter throughout his tenure as superintendent.