Instructor of Agriculture Technology
Dale Vos is a resident of Hull, IA. Dale is an Instructor in the Agriculture Department at Dordt University. Dale is the Lead for the Pro-Tech Farm Operations and Management 2-year program. Dale received his MBA from Lakeland College with an emphasis on Project Management in 2012, his MDIV from Western Theological Seminary in 2004, and his BA in Business Administration from William Penn University in 2001. Dale is married and has three children, two stepchildren, and eleven grandchildren.
Dale was an adjunct instructor at NorthCentral Technical College, Mid-State Technical College, and Lakeland University, all in Wisconsin, for ten years. Dale has extensive field experience. Dale was a District Sales Manager, an ordained pastor, division manager of a midsize retail agricultural business, self-employed farmer, consultant for Iowa State University, and production engineer. Dale is an avid student of people and what makes them successful. Dale has extensive leadership and business experience.
Dale has lived in Iowa, Michigan, Southern California, and Wisconsin. Dale enjoys people, reading, grandchildren, gardening, home improvement, most anything that is challenging, and keeping up with his family and friends’ lives from all over the world.
“If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” Abraham Maslow
"Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened."