VERNON — Darlene Brady was recently appointed Extension agent- family and consumer science for Stephens County, effective May 3, according to the county Commissioners Court and Texas Agricultural Extension Service district director Elaine Houston.
A native of Seagraves, Brady is an honors graduate of Seagraves High School, attended Texas Tech University, and earned her bachelor’s degree in home economics from Tarleton State University.
“She began her Extension career in 1990 as our family and consumer science agent in King County,” Houston said. “She transferred to Dickens County in 1992, also as an FCS agent. During her nine-year career in Extension, Brady has provided outstanding leadership in FCS programming, Family and Community Education clubs, and in 4-H and community development.”
Brady will serve Stephens County as Extension FCS program leader and will work closely with county agriculture agent Philip Shackelford and Extension program council planning committees to conduct the overall Extension program there.
She is the daughter of Jim and Linda Draper of Seagraves.