Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Governor Appoints Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner for Magic Valley

BOISE – Gov. C.L. "Butch” Otter this afternoon announced the appointments of a south-central Idaho aviation company owner and a northern Idaho lumber company owner to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission.

Mark Doerr of Kimberly, owner of Precision Aviation Inc. in Twin Falls, will represent Region 4, covering Magic Valley. Doerr, a pilot and flight instructor, succeeds Joan Hurlock of Buhl, who was appointed in June 2012. The Idaho Senate failed to confirm her last winter.

Doerr has a bachelor’s degree in aviation. He is active in the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and the Idaho Aviation Association, said a press release from the governor's office.

“I do not enter the position with an agenda but rather to continue what I see as the quality stewardship and management of the state’s fish and game,” Doerr said in the release.

Brad Corkill, owner of Whiteman Lumber Co. in Cataldo, will represent the Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s Region 1 on the seven-member Fish and Game Commission. He succeeds Tony McDermott of Sagle, whose term expired June 30.

Story and Photo:  http://magicvalley.com

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