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Mark Erickson

 

 

Mark Erickson

Chair - USU Huntsman School of Business National Advisory Board

Title: Partner
Company: Tanner & Co.

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Bill Bullen

Bill Bullen, Jr.

Huntsman School of Business: National Advisory Board
Title:  President
Company:  Bullens Inc.
Location:  Cache Valley, Utah

Education

BS, Economics, Utah State University, 1965
MS, Economics, Utah State University, 1968

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Biography

Bill Bullen is president of Bullen’s Inc. His father Charles William Bullen, Sr. is the owner and founder. Bullen’s Inc is an agricultural supply and irrigation implement company serving small and medium scale farmers of the Cache Valley in Utah and in Southern Idaho for over 30 years. His company provides alfalfa and corn seed as well as irrigation equipment from several vendors in the U.S. and remains a chief resource for farmers in the area. Bill has served on several boards in Cache Valley, including the IHC Logan Regional Hospital Board.

Bill is an active member in alumni events with his fraternity, Sigma Chi, and was a member of the ROTC Army during college. He has five children, two of whom are Aggies. Chris (attender) & Charles Bullen, III, who graduated with a B.S. in marketing in 1999 from USU. Bill’s wife, Margaret (or Marty for short), is also a USU alumnus. She earned a BS in English in 1966 and currently works as a contract manager for CAPSA. Bill and Marty reside in Logan, Utah. They support the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business National Advisory Board Scholarship.

Related Huntsman News Articles

USU honors Bullens for years of community service (Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Spring 2010)
Nearly 20 Huntsman School supporters inducted into Old Main Society
(Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Spring 2008)