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Governor Hutchinson Appoints Mike Freeze to Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson has appointed Mike Freeze of Little Rock to the Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission. His term expires March 29, 2021. Freeze replaces John Chamberlin.
“Mike Freeze has proven his dedication to the state as a businessman and through service on two state boards,” Governor Hutchinson said. “Through Mike’s love of the outdoors, he was an excellent member of the Game and Fish Commission. As a successful businessman, he brought wisdom and compassion to the Board of Directors of the Development Finance Authority. I am pleased that Mike has agreed to lend his wealth of experience in service to the state once again.”
Mike Freeze has served as vice president and co-owner of Keo Fish Farms Inc. for 32 years. Freeze earned his bachelor’s degree in Fisheries and Wildlife from Arkansas Tech University and his master’s in biology from Murray State University. He is an American Fisheries Society Certified Fisheries Professional. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. He and his wife, Betty Louise, live in Little Rock.
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