Fred Brown of Corning to Game and Fish | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Fred Brown of Corning to Game and Fish

Posted By on Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 1:30 PM

Fred Brown of Corning was named to the state Game and Fish Commission tody by Gov. Mike Beebe. He succeeds Brett Morgan of Little Rock, whose term expired.

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Governor Mike Beebe has named Fred Brown of Corning as the newest commissioner of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
"Freddie has always been a level-headed man who understands the interests of the everyday sportsman," Beebe said. "He has lengthy experience as both a fisherman and a conservationist, and will honorably serve Northeast Arkansas on the Commission."
Brown, 63, is the first Clay County resident ever appointed to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. He is also the first Northeast Arkansas member of the Commission since 1991. Raised in Corning, Brown is a graduate of Arkansas State University and has farmed in Clay County for 40 years. He served four years with the Arkansas National Guard in the 875th Engineering Battalion.
A member of the Clay County Soil and Water Board, Brown also worked with a conservation group to prevent digging that would have disturbed fishing and hunting around the Little Black River.
Brown, whose term will expire July 1, 2017, replaces Brett Morgan of Little Rock.

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