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Charles E. Fox

Charles E. Fox of Troy, Bradford County was nominated by Governor Tom Corbett as a resident of Area Five of the Pennsylvania Game Commission.  He was confirmed by unanimous of the Senate on October 15, 2012.

A graduate of Williamsport High School, Fox graduated from Lycoming College; received his Masters Degree from Mansfield University and Administrative certification from Bucknell University.  He is retired from the Troy Area School District where he was a teacher and school administrator; retiring as the High School Assistant Principal.  He also served many years as a Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officer.      

In addition to being a Life member of the National Rifle Association, Fox also serves as the Volunteer Coordinator for the NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge and the co-coordinator for the NRA Youth Education Summit.  He also served eight years as a mentor to the Governor's Youth Council on Hunting, Fishing and Conservation.

Presently he serves as President of Mill Cove, Incorporated, a group that is active in the development of an Environmental Education Center in Tioga County.  Also included in the Mill Cove Plan is further development of the site that will offer outdoor recreational activities for Mansfield University students and residents from surrounding areas.

Being a lifelong hunter and trapper, Fox is also affiliated with a number of outdoor groups and sportsmen organizations.

Fox and his wife Ursula reside in Troy, Bradford County.  Their children are grown.