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Bob Moss named to Alaska Seafood Industry Hall of Fame

Bob Moss named to Alaska Seafood Industry Hall of Fame

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November 14, 2011 For Immediate Release

Contact Mark Vinsel, Executive Director (907) 586-2820

United Fishermen of Alaska Names Bob Moss, Sr. of Homer, Alaska, to Alaska Seafood Hall of Fame
United Fishermen of Alaska named retired Homer Fisherman Bob Moss to the group’s Alaska Seafood Industry Hall of Fame. Moss was noted by the group for his efforts as a pioneer in Alaska fisheries for sixty years. He served on the Board of Fisheries, he was heavily involved in the Alaska statehood movement
November 14, 2011 For Immediate Release

Contact Mark Vinsel, Executive Director (907) 586-2820

United Fishermen of Alaska Names Bob Moss, Sr. of Homer, Alaska, to Alaska Seafood Hall of Fame
United Fishermen of Alaska named retired Homer Fisherman Bob Moss to the group’s Alaska Seafood Industry Hall of Fame. Moss was noted by the group for his efforts as a pioneer in Alaska fisheries for sixty years. He served on the Board of Fisheries, he was heavily involved in the Alaska statehood movement

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November 14, 2011 Contact Mark Vinsel, Executive Director
 
For Immediate Release (907) 586-2820
United Fishermen of Alaska Names Bob Moss, Sr. of Homer,Alaska, to Alaska Seafood Hall of Fame
United Fishermen of Alaska named retired Homer Fisherman Bob Moss to the group’s AlaskaSeafood Industry Hall of Fame. Moss was noted by the group for his efforts as a pioneer in Alaskafisheries for sixty years. He served on the Board of Fisheries, he was heavily involved in theAlaska statehood movement and efforts to organize fishermen to represent themselves in thefisheries management process.Moss addressed the UFA board, recounting his earliest fishing times and the importance of work outside the fishing seasons. “I am very humbled to be honored by UFA, and I thank you fishingfolks who attend all the meetings, at the Board of Fisheries, North Pacific Council, and in yourcommunities.
 
The work at meetings makes the biggest difference in a successful fishing industry.Fishing is also about what happens before and after the fishing season,” said Moss.Buck Lukaitis, President of the Homer-based North Pacific Fisheries Association nominated Mossat UFA’s Fall Board meeting in Homer last week.UFA established the Alaska Seafood Hall of Fame in 2009 to honor the 50
th
anniversary of AlaskaStatehood. Previously named members include Bob Alverson, U.S. Senator Bob Bartlett, BobBlake, The Brindle Family, Chuck Bundrant, Al Burch, Phil Daniel, Oscar Dyson, Senator Dick Eliason, Governor Ernest Gruening, Governor Jay Hammond, Gordon Jensen, Knute Johnson,Armin F. Koernig, Jerry McCune, Alaska State Representative Drew Scalzi, Alaska State SenatorClem Tillion, Tommy Thompson, and Bob Thorstenson Sr.“These individuals each made lasting contributions that helped Alaska fishermen and womencontinue our sustainable fisheries into the future. We look forward to recognizing the many othersthat are helping ensure our sustainable fisheries for future generations,” said Mark Vinsel,Executive Director of UFA.

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