Webber named to state fish and wildlife panel

By Mark Freeman
Medford Mail Tribune

A former Medford attorney and long-time leader within the state’s largest hunting organization was confirmed this week for a seat on the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission.

Bob Webber, 65, of Port Orford was confirmed Monday by the Oregon Senate to represent Oregon’s Fourth Congressional District on the seven-member commission.

Webber is a former Medford resident and partner in the law firm of Black, Chapman, Webber and Stevens.

For the past 16 years, Webber also has been a board member and past chairman of the 11,000-member Oregon Hunters Association, which is based in Medford.

Webber describes himself as an avid hunter and angler. He also volunteers as a special prosecutor handling wildlife-related cases for the Curry County District Attorney’s Office.

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