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Tom joined BHA around 2014 after hearing about it online. He is currently a Life Member/Sustaining Member.
He grew up near Portland, OR and spent most of his life in Oregon. He has also lived in Washington, Tennessee, California, and Hawaii. He moved to Wyoming in 2010 after retiring from the City of Portland, OR where he worked for 24 years in the Water Bureau.
Tom’s first hunting experience was on family hunting trips for deer when he was four. He killed his first elk when he was 14 and his first deer when he was 15. His early hunting experiences were with his late father.
His Grandfather took him fishing all over the west from when he was 8 including trips to Yellowstone and many weeklong trips to the Oregon coast and to the Cascade Mountains.
Tom has hunted big and small game in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Tennessee, California, Alaska, and Hawaii. Today he hunts exclusively in Wyoming. Tom hunts Wild Turkey, Deer, Elk, Antelope, small game, predators, and forest grouse. He hunts with a rifle but does shoot a bow for sport. When he is not hunting he can be found with a camera in his hand. He has fished all over the US, including Hawaii and Alaska, and around the Pacific and the Middle East. He also fishes in Wyoming and in Oregon on trips home. He fishes primarily for trout species on a fly but also fishes for saltwater fish and salmon in Oregon.
He has an Associate’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Portland Community College. He worked for 30+ years in the Waterworks industry including the 24 years with the City of Portland, primarily in design and Project Management.
Tom served 6 years in the US Navy (Aviation) 1970-1976, including a 9 month stint in Vietnam/SE Asia in 1971-1972.
He currently lives in Cheyenne
Megan joined BHA in 2016, as a direct result of public land transfer attempts occurring across the West. She grew up on a small farm in northeast Colorado, but now calls Lovell home. Megan started fishing in high school with her best friend at her stock pond and got into hunting when she met her husband. Megan got her bachelors degree in wildlife and fisheries biology from the University of Wyoming.