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Tom Kluberton, Vice-Chairman

Tom Kluberton - Talkeetna, Chairman

Term expires 6/30/2016

Tom was appointed to the Board of Fisheries by Governor Parnell in 2010. Tom lives in Talkeetna and is the owner of Fireweed Station Inn, a bed and breakfast in Talkeetna. Tom has a BA degree in Business from Oklahoma University. He has served on the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly and on the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Sportsmen Committee.

John Jensen

John Jensen - Petersburg, Vice-Chairman

Term expires 6/30/2017

John was first appointed to the Board of Fisheries by Governor Murkowski in 2003. John lives in Petersburg and participates in crab and halibut fisheries in Southeast Alaska, and owns Jensen’s Boat Rentals. John attended Yakama Valley College and has over 45 years of fishing experience in a variety of areas of the state.

Fritz Johnson

Fritz Johnson - Dillingham

Term expires 6/30/2016

Fritz Johnson arrived in Alaska in the mid-1970s and worked as a laborer out of Fairbanks before landing in Bristol Bay where he began fishing in 1979. His home is in Dillingham where in 1980 he founded the Bristol BayTimes, a weekly newspaper, and Mosquito Press, a small print shop. Currently the Regional Fisheries Director for the Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation, Johnson also serves as a director of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association, is an active subsistence user and an occasional sports fisherman.

Orville Huntington

Orville Huntington - Huslia

Term expires 6/30/2018

Orville Huntington was born in Huslia, Alaska and received a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Mr. Huntington is dedicated to working closely with young people to promote the values of traditional Native elders combined with contemporary western knowledge. He is committed to protecting the aboriginal rights of Native people to continue to live a subsistence way of life and preserve the cultural beliefs associated with that way of life as it is consistent with State and Federal law. His primary responsibilities continue to be the preservation of Native subsistence hunting, fishing, gathering and trapping opportunities and the cultural events that surround those beliefs, and as a public servant for the village of Huslia and the 43 villages of the Tanana Chiefs Conference region.

Sue Jeffrey

Sue Jeffrey - Kodiak

Term expires 6/30/2017

Sue Jeffrey has lived in Kodiak since 1972 and has served on many local boards and committees throughout the years. She is a two-term member of the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and sat on the Kodiak Fishery Advisory Committee while in office. She is a commercial salmon fisherman and she and her husband have fished their Kodiak set net site since 1987. She has a BA in English and is a published author. As a former reporter and fisheries editor for the Kodiak Daily Mirror as well as a freelance writer for numerous fisheries journals, Jeffrey brings a wide variety of fisheries-related experience to the Board of Fisheries.

Reed Morisky

Reed Morisky - Fairbanks

Term expires 6/30/2017

Reed Morisky has been in Alaska since 1981, a sport fishing guide since 1984, and has maintained an interest in Alaska fisheries issues, in particular, issues that affect the interior region. Reed’s initial interest in Alaska fisheries issues was in the late 80’s when the Legislature considered licensing sport fishing guides. Since then, he has been a member of the Sport Fishing Guide Services Board Task Force, and has advocated for a responsible sport fishing industry to achieve sustainable fisheries He has held a US Coast Guard Captain’s license since 1995.

Volunteer efforts include FNSB Service Area Commissioner; Steese Area Volunteer Fire Department Board of Directors; and Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association Coach. Permit holder for the interior subsistence fishing in 2010 and 2011. Memberships include the Fairbanks Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, Trout Unlimited, Alaska Outdoor Council and the National Rifle Association.

Reed and his wife Laura, who is also a licensed sport fishing guide, have lived in Fairbanks since 1981, raised two children there and enjoy all that Alaska has to offer.

Robert D. Mumford

Robert Mumford - Anchorage

Term expires 6/30/2018

Robert (Bob) Mumford came to Alaska in 1975 while enlisted in the U.S. Air Force.

Bob became an Alaska State Trooper in 1982 assigned to Palmer and was reassigned as a Wildlife Trooper in 1984, where he subsequently was stationed in Sand Point, Kodiak, Fairbanks, Coldfoot, Soldotna and Anchorage. During his 18 years as a Wildlife Trooper, he actively worked in many of the major commercial fisheries, sport fisheries and personal use fisheries from Cook Inlet to Togiak and much of interior Alaska. Bob was assigned patrol duties on several of the Department of Public Safety's vessels, from skiff's to the 156' P/V Stimson.

As a life long sport fisherman he has also participated in personal use dipnetting for several years on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers.

Bob is a commercial rated pilot and outdoor enthusiast and wildlife photographer

He has also served on the Big Game Commercial Services board for seven years and the Board of Game for three.

Bob lives in Anchorage with his wife and son.

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