Edwards appoints Hogan to fisheries commission
BATON ROUGE - Gov. John Bel Edwards has appointed the president and CEO of Ruston Bank to the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission.
William D. Hogan will serve as an at-large member. He replaces Ronny Graham of Ruston.
Hogan will attend his first commission meeting as a board member Thursday in Baton Rouge.
An avid outdoorsman and longtime Louisiana resident, Hogan says he's honored to serve and support the state's efforts to "conserve, protect and wisely use our abundant hunting and fishing habitat, species and opportunities with which we are uniquely blessed."
Hogan has served as state chairman of Ducks Unlimited and is a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation. He is also vice president of the Louisiana Tech University Foundation and served as chairman of the Ruston-Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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