Frederick George Kilp
Inducted February 24, 1988
Frederick George Kilp, leader and pioneer in industrial in Wisconsin. Joining the Nekoosa- Edwards Paper Company in 1924, he rose to the position of woodland manager of the company, serving until his retirement in 1962.
His services to Wisconsin Forestry included a leadership role in the Society of American Foresters, Trees for Tomorrow, Forest Industries Information Committee, the of the Wood County Board and the Forestry Advisory Committee to the Wisconsin Conservation Commission.
He served Wisconsin forestry for five decades as an industrial forester pioneering reforestation program and as a visionary urging sound forestry planning.