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Mr. William Howell Herbert
Iowa Renewable Fuels Association
Iowa Renewable Fuels Association
5505 NW 88Th Street #100
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Speaker: William Howell
Mr. Howell is a graduate of Florida State University where he conducted research and published several articles in the Journal of Clinical and Basic Research.
has four records of invention, and a patent in the area of pigment chemistry.
In September 2011, Mr. Howell moved from Houston, Texas to join the POET Bio-refining - Coon Rapids, Iowa facility as the general manager, and a resident of the community of Coon Rapids.
Prior to moving to Coon Rapids, Mr. Howell worked for Shell Oil within their Criterion Catalyst and Technology business group.
last assignment (5yrs) for Shell
was as the Venture Manager, delegated Project President for the concept development and construction of a world scale catalyst plant located in Louisiana.
His first assignment with Shell was as the West Coast General Manager for two catalyst plants located in California for about 7 years.
Mr. Howell began his operation's career with BASF (Engelhard) in 1986 as an Environmental Engineer.
From 1979 to 1991, Mr. Howell
proudly served in the United States military, receiving a commendation medal from General Schwarzkopf for organizing the plans and documents which comprise the doctrinal foundation of the Command's
Noncombatant Evacuation Operations contingency plans.
Today, Mr. Howell continues to serve as the general manager for the Coon Rapids Bio-refining facility, and a Director for Iowa Renewable Fuels Association.
wife, Katherine, are very active in the Coon Rapids community, church activities and international missions.
This year they traveled to Belize with Volunteers in Missions to help with several projects in support of the Methodist School
In addition, to managing an ethanol facility and our active involvement in the community, Mr. Howell
wife are very active in politics.
William Howell: Poet, ...
William Howell: Poet, author, retreat master and teacher of meditation, his immersions in the great spirituo-religious traditions of our planet led him to found Sanctuary House in 1992 and the Camino de Crestone in 2012.
Camino Administrator: RODNEY VOLKMAR ...
Camino Administrator: RODNEY VOLKMAR EMAIL: rodneylee(at)caminodecrestone.com PHONE: H: (719) 937-7689 / C: (719) 588-2190 (Rodney is travelling at this time, please use email and or call William) Camino Founder: WILLIAM HOWELL EMAIL: william(at)caminodecrestone.com PHONE: C: (719)588-5192 FEES: The one-time fee of $800 is payable in advance by check or online using Paypal and covers all anticipated costs of the Camino de Crestone: --food, lodging, presentations and events--.
- William ...
- William Howell
Founder Sanctuary House: Non-profit sponsor of the Camino de Crestone
The organizers of this event are ...
The organizers of this event are William and Barbara Howell who are no strangers to the pilgrim's path.
Below is an article which William
wrote for The Huffington Post
describing some pilgrim's lore and history, as well as his
vision of initiating Crestone
as a town of destiny and destination of inter-faith pilgrimage.
Camino de Crestone
: The World's First Full Interfaith Pilgrimage
Posted on The Huffington Post
, 04/30/2013, by William Howell
(The article in its original form with beautiful pictures of our locale, as well as Blog commentary, can be seen here.)
About William Howell- poet, author, retreat master, meditation teacher - has had the great fortune to have studied immersively with adept teachers in the main spirituo-religious traditions of our planet.
He founded Sanctuary House (an inter-religious-educational non-profit:) in 1992, co-founded Crestone Charter School in 1995, helped bring the Crestone End-of-Life Project into being in 2007, and now is spearheading the Camino de Crestone.
also wrote a nice article for our local monthly newspaper, The Crestone Eagle
, which appeared in this month's May, 2013, edition, which you can see here.
To walk the Camino de Crestone
, pilgrims do not need to have any significant litany of any kind of spiritual or religious practice; nor does one need to be any kind of experienced hiker.
describes the experience as "seven days of mini-intensives…designed to be a grand opportunity that is life- affirming, an education unlike any other.
As a Crestone person, and an Earth citizen, I applaud William
and Barbara Howell's dream and manifestation of the Camino de Crestone