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ND Game and Fish names wildlife chief

BISMARCK - Jeb Williams has been named the new wildlife division chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Williams, who has been with the department 15 years, succeeds Randy Kreil who retired in August. Williams is a Beach native and ...

BISMARCK - Jeb Williams has been named the new wildlife division chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

Williams, who has been with the department 15 years, succeeds Randy Kreil who retired in August.

Williams is a Beach native and had been assistant wildlife chief since 2011.

Williams, who was appointed Monday, was one of four interviewed for the job last week.

“Jeb has a proven track record in all of his capacities with the department,” Terry Steinwand, Game and Fish director said.

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“This, along with his communication skills, was a large part in his selection.”

Two of the three other finalists for the job were staff members at Game and Fish; Mike Szymanksi, migratory game bird biologist and Casey Anderson, private lands field operations coordinator.

The other finalist interviewed was Craig McLaughlin, wildlife division chief for Colorado.

Williams has worked as a biologist and wildlife resource management supervisor. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and resource management from Dickinson State University.

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