GREENLEE PROMOTED TO FISH MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR IN SOUTHEAST OHIO
ATHENS, OH – Fisheries biologist Mike Greenlee has been promoted to Fish Management Supervisor for Wildlife District Four in southeast Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Greenlee succeeds Tim Parrett who was promoted to Fish Hatchery Program Administrator in June 2011.
“I’ve got all the confidence in Mike’s abilities to lead the fish management section,” said Mark Hemming, District Four Manager. “He has always been very professional, and I know he will put all of his experience and expertise into doing the best job possible.”
Greenlee received an Associate’s Degree in Recreation and Wildlife Management from Hocking College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from Lake Superior State University. He comes to the job with over 20 years of experience in the fish management section. He was first hired as a biologist in District Four in 1990 after working as a seasonal in the same section for three years. He also worked as a Biological Aide with the Utah Wildlife Resources at the Bear Lake Fisheries Experiment Station.
“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to serve our anglers and the Division of Wildlife by leading a great group of dedicated Fish Management Staff in District Four,” said Greenlee.
As the district’s Fish Management Supervisor, Greenlee will coordinate all fisheries programs and projects for 19 counties, including streams and rivers, more than 40 public fishing lakes, and the Ohio River from Scioto to Belmont counties.
He currently resides in Vinton County with his wife Linda and their two teenage children, son Joshua and daughter Ashley.