Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Brad Corkill, of Cataldo, is the commissioner representing the Panhandle Region.
Brad is the owner of Whiteman Lumber. He has a bachelor's degree in forest engineering. He previously served on both the St. Maries School Board and the Kellogg School Board, and he was a member of the Charter School Commission. Brad also was a member and past president of the Shoshone Medical Center Foundation, and he is a lifelong hunter and angler. He is a Republican.Commission appointment expires: June 30, 2017.
Fred Trevey, of Lewiston, is the commissioner representing the Clearwater Region and is the current commission chairman.
Fred has been a natural resource management consultant in Lewiston since 1999. Before that, he served as supervisor of the Clearwater National Forest from 1988 to 1991, and of the Coconino National Forest from 1991 to 1998. He holds a bachelors degree in forestry and wildlife management from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 32 years of professional experience in natural resources management. Trevey also is a member of the Kelly Creek Flycasters. He is an Independent.Commission appointment expires: June 30, 2015.
Blake Fischer, of Meridian, is the commissioner representing the Southwest Region.
Blake owns and operates B.A. Fischer Sales Co., Inc. in Boise. He also manufactures specialty archery equipment as owner of Traditional Pursuit Inc. Fischer is the Idaho co-chair for Backcountry Hunters and Anglers and past president of the Idaho Traditional Bowhunters. He also is active in Big Brothers Big Sisters and was recently named Big Brother of the Year by BBBS. Blake wants to address the decline in the number of people hunting. He is an Independent.
“We need to figure out how to turn this around by developing new and better hunter recruitment programs and get youth out in the field and transition them into lifelong hunters,” Fischer wrote. “Knowing that my children and their generation will have the opportunities to hunt, fish, and explore Idaho like I have makes me want to be involved and create new avenues to enhance participation.”Commission appointment expires: June 30, 2018.
Lane Clezie, of Pocatello, is the commissioner representing the Southeast Region.
Lane designs and builds custom stocks for firearms, including designs for major firearms companies. He is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and Safari Club International. He is a hall of fame member of the Full Curl Sheep Society, and is a member of many other sportsmen’s organizations including the Wild Sheep Foundation, the Mule Deer Foundation and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. He is a Republican.Commission appointment expires: June 30, 2018.
Kenny Anderson, of Rigby, is the commissioner for the Upper Snake Region.
Kenny is the founder and owner of Anderson Cabinet and Millwork. The 1971 graduate of what then was Ricks College in Rexburg – now BYU-Idaho – is an avid sportsman and member of the National Rifle Association. A lifelong eastern Idaho resident, Anderson and his wife, Karen, have four children and three grandchildren. He is a Republican.Commission appointment expires: June 30, 2015.
Will Naillon, of Challis, is the commissioner representing the Salmon Region.
Will is a fifth generation resident of Custer County Idaho. He received his education in Boise and now resides in Challis with his wife and son. Will works as an environmental specialist for Hecla Mining Company with whom he has been employed for over twenty years. He is an Independent.
Will is a lifetime sportsman, a hunter education instructor, a member of the Boone and Crockett Club, the Wild Sheep foundation, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Central Idaho Rod and Gun Club.Commission appointment expires: June 30, 2016.