Upland cotton grown in the United States offers a wide range of qualities due to the large land area, diverse weather patterns ranging from severe drought to abundant rainfall, time of planting ranging from February through June and harvest beginning in July and ending in January. These conditions can be challenging to meet the spinning demands of our customers. Toyo Cotton Co. has expertise since 1920 merchandising U. S. cotton.
Toyo Cotton Co.
PHILIP RAYMOND BOGEL II was born in Waco, Texas, February 8,
1947. He graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BBA
in Business Finance. He began his business career at Mercantile National Bank in Dallas while attending college at Southern Methodist University.
Phil is a third generation “Cotton man”, following in the footsteps of his grandfather Philip R. Bogel, who was employed by Southern Cotton Co. a successor of Toyo Cotton Co. and his Father Ray. He began his career in 1973 with Mason & Co., Waco, Texas. In 1977, Bogel Cotton Company was formed with his Father, Ray Bogel, and maintained a position of President.
In 2005 he began his employment with Toyo Cotton Co., Dallas, Texas, currently he is a vice-president.
Phil is past President of the Texas Cotton Association and the Lubbock Cotton Exchange. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Texas Cotton Association, American Cotton Shipper’s Association, Texas International Cotton School, National Cotton Council and Cotton Council International. Currently he is on the Board of Directors of the American Cotton Shippers Association, National Cotton Council and Cotton Council International. He also has severed as and an advisor to the Texas Tech Fiber & Biopolymer Research Institute.
He and his wife Sara Ann Morehouse have been married 45 years.
They have two sons Philip and Dalton that reside in Denver Colorado, and five grandchildren.