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Wednesday, January 2, 2013
State names two Wildlife District managers (Official release)
For Immediate Release
Jan. 2, 2013
ODNR Division of Wildlife Selects
Two District Managers
COLUMBUS, OH -
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) Division of Wildlife
recently promoted two employees to fill district manager positions in
northwest and southeast Ohio. Former Wildlife Management Supervisor Scott
Butterworth has been named the district manager for Wildlife District Two
in northwest Ohio, and former Fish Hatchery Program Administrator Tim
Parrett has been named the district manager for Wildlife District Four in
“Scott and Tim’s work experience
and education have prepared them to meet the demands of leadership roles
as district managers for the Division of Wildlife,” said ODNR Division of
Wildlife Assistant Chief Dave Lane. “Both men are customer-oriented and
intend to work with our conservation partners to manage Ohio’s wildlife
Butterworth and Parrett replaced
recent retirees John Daugherty and Mark Hemming. The new district
managers started in their new positions on Dec. 16, 2012.
Butterworth earned a bachelor’s
degree in wildlife science and a master’s degree in wildlife management,
both from Pennsylvania State University. A native of Pittsburgh,
Butterworth started his career with West Virginia Wildlife Resources in
the central office and then worked as a wildlife biologist for the
nongame program. He joined the ODNR Division of Wildlife in 1997 as an
assistant wildlife management supervisor. Butterworth most recently
worked as northwest Ohio’s wildlife management supervisor.
Parrett earned an associate degree
in recreation and wildlife from Hocking College and a bachelor’s degree
in fisheries management from The Ohio State University. A Lancaster
resident, Parrett began his career with the ODNR Division of Wildlife in
1992. He has worked as a fish management unit leader, a fisheries
biologist, a fish management supervisor, and most recently, the fish
hatchery program administrator at the central office.
ODNR ensures a balance
between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit
of all. Visit the ODNR website at ohiodnr.com.