Wildlife control business owner focused on providing professional service and quality results by working with each customer to find the best solution. Background in wildlife damage control management, natural resource services, and road data inventory.
Retired from ODF in 2009 as a Team Leader responsible for directing daily activities of two other employees in the collection of road inventory data. Edited and indexed collected data in road inventory computer files for GIS database. Led the ODF, Tillamook Bear Damage Control/Removal Program for approximately 8 years. Led the ODF, Tillamook Beaver and Porcupine Damage Control/Removal Program for approximately 10 years.
Works with customers to solve both commercial and residential wildlife damage problems. Specialized in handling beaver, nutria, and coyote control programs.
Team leader responsible for directing daily activities of two other employees in the collection of road inventory data. Led the ODF, Tillamook bear, beaver, and porcupine damage control programs.
Helped in the construction of roads throughout the Tillamook forest and in the placement of culverts for drainage problems.
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