Born on November 17, 1914 in the village of Borovinskaya (now the Tyumen region). In 1936-1940 he worked as a tractor driver at the Zavod-Ukovsky MLP. In 1940 he was transferred to work in the warehouse service. On August 25, 1941 he was drafted into the ranks of the Red Army. Combat path: served in the 193rd Infantry Division of the North-Western Front. In 1943 he took part in the battles during the liberation of Staraya Russa. Awards: Order of the Patriotic War, II degree; anniversary medals. Certificate of honor of Zavodoukovsky LPZ, Badge "Excellence in socialist competition in the timber industry", Certificate of honor for high performance in socialist competition in the Kondinsky timber industry enterprise, In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Soviet power, a gratitude was announced, Certificate of honor for the achieved performance in labor and in honor of the Oilman's Day, Honorary diploma in honor of Victory Day. Gratitude in honor of the Day of the Soviet Army. Commendation in honor of Victory Day, Badge "Winner of the Socialist Competition 1974". From 1949 he worked at the Zavodoukovsky timber industry enterprise as a logger at the Yurga-Lesnaya timber station from 1951-1956. A swan at the Yurga-Lesnoy logging station in Urai In 1956 he worked at the Kondinsky timber industry enterprise: as a chainsaw, then as a driver for transporting workers. In 1966 A.F. Agafonov was transferred to the Urai ATK "Glavtyumenneftegaz" where he worked as a driver. In 1978 he retired. He died on January 9, 2001, was buried in the city of Urai.