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Feb. 26, 2008
Gov. Perry Appoints Duggins to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission
AUSTIN, Texas -- Gov. Rick Perry announced Feb. 21 that he has appointed Ralph H. Duggins of Fort Worth to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. The commission preserves and promotes Texas' natural resources and oversees sporting and recreational opportunities in the state.
Duggins is a senior partner at Cantey Hanger L.L.P. He is advisory director of J.P. Morgan Chase in Tarrant County and serves on the Texas Supreme Court Advisory Committee. He is also a director of the Lena Pope Foundation Inc. and the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. Additionally, Duggins is past chairman of the Cook Children's Healthcare System and past member of Texas State Bar Federal Judiciary Appointments Committee.
Duggins replaces Philip Montgomery of Dallas for a term to expire Feb. 1, 2013.
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