Greg, an investment banker and Life Member of California Waterfowl, lives in Piedmont. He studied finance at California State University, Chico and earned his MBA at the University of Chicago. Greg is interested in issues related to regulations and traditions, policy, hunters' rights, and youth education.
Greg has hunted public lands in the Suisun Marsh since childhood. He now has his own club in the area. His term ends in 2014.
L. Ryan Broddrick
A former Director of CA Fish and Game, Ryan earned a Bachelor of Sciences degree at UC Davis. He is a Life Member of California Waterfowl and enjoys hunting public and private areas all across California.
Ryan is highly interested in wetland water security, hunting opportunity, and stewardship of public wetlands. His term ends in 2014.
John Carlson, Jr.
A resident of Sacramento, John is a Life Member of California Waterfowl. He left a distinguished career with the California Department of Fish and Game (DFG), where he dedicated over 21 years to the conservation and management of the state’s fish and wildlife, to become California Waterfowl's President. John studied wildlife management at Humboldt State University and holds a Master's Degree from Iowa State University.
John hunts public and private lands across California.
Tom is a non-profit executive and Life Donor who lives in Santa Rose. The areas of California Waterfowl that interest Tom are: hunting heritage, youth programs, waterfowl and wetlands, and fundraising development.
Tom enjoys hunting central and southern California, the Sutter Basin, and the Sacramento Valley. He also hunts in Canada and Washington. Tom's term ends in 2016.
A resident of San Jose, Jim is a Life Member and his interests include fundraising, youth programs, and hunting heritage. To prepare for taking over his family business of selling construction materials, Jim studied Business Management at San Jose State.
Jim hunts with the Almaden Duck Club on Hastings Island. His term ends in 2016.
Bill is a resident of Redding, a Gold Benefactor and is an active member of the California Waterfowl Regulations and Traditions Committee. Bill is a licensed California Real Estate Broker and the founder and owner of Shasta Land Services, Inc. which specializes in agricultural and recreational properties. Bill’s interests in California Waterfowl also include government affairs and youth education. He served as the Chairman of the Board from 2009-2011.
Bill hunts in the Northeastern Zone; the Klamath Basin, Fall River Valley, and the Big Valley areas. His term ends in 2014.
David E. Honeyman
David, a resident of Lafayette and Life Member of California Waterfowl, enjoys hunting all over North America. While on the board, he seeks to focus on habitat management, water issues, and finance.
David is a Senior Marketing and Sales Manager for Spectrum Capital Management, LLC. His term on the board ends in 2014.
Bart lives Hayward. He is a Life Member of California Waterfowl and a heating and air conditioning contractor. His main focus at California Waterfowl will be on government affairs and youth education. Bart hunts a private club in Benicia and all over the Sacramento Valley and Butte Sink areas. His term ends in 2015.
Craig lives in Hanford. He is a Bronze Benefactor of California Waterfowl and hunts both private clubs and public areas. The issues that interest Craig are: regulations and traditions, fundraising, youth programs, and waterfowl and wetlands conservation. His term ends in 2015.
Terry Holberton, III
A Bronze Benefactor of California Waterfowl, Terry is also a member of the Regulations and Traditions Committee. He hails from Los Angeles and is the Principal of an investment advisory firm. Terry also served as a U.S. Marine Corps officer and was a former Vice President with Merrill Lynch.
Terry hunts in Southern California and the Mexicali Valley. His term ends in 2014.
Bart lives Santa Rosa. He is a Life Member of California Waterfowl and hunts Tyler Island in the Delta. Bart's top interest at California Waterfowl is youth education and he is a long-time partner of Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren and Emery. His term ends in 2015.
Tracey heads the Women's Outdoor Connections Initiative and works to encourage knowledge of hunting heritage and favorable public policy. She has been a hunter her whole life and particularly favors waterfowl and upland game.
Tracey lives in Cameron Park and works as a Nurse Practitioner. She is the Principal of Tracey Fremd Consulting and speaks nationally on healthcare. In 2007, she was honored to receive California's Nurse Practitioner of Distinction Award. Her term on the board ends in 2015.
Dr. Jay A. Goble
Dr. Jay lives in San Ramon and spends his days engaged in videography pursuits. He takes video for California Waterfowl's wildlife, wetlands, and conservation education programs
Dr. Jay studied Dental Surgery at Loyola University in Chicago and founded a non-profit organization for wildlife video production. He enjoys hunting in the Sutter Basin, and his term on the board ends in 2014.
Wilbur H. Smith III
Wil is in the real estate business in Orange County. He is a Silver Benefactor and is interested in government affairs and youth education. He hunts all over the state of California. His term ends in 2015.
Peter lives in Sacramento and retired from a career in banking He is a Life Sponsor and is interested in finance and youth education. Peter hunts in the Butte Sink. His term ends in 2015.
A California Waterfowl Life Benefactor and owner of Merlo Waterfowl Service, his company is dedicated to providing the best hunting and outing experience while also providing and maintaining wetland restoration. Rocque received a degree in Agricultural Science from California State University, Chico.
Rocque has served as a Dinner Chairman and also participated with the Regulations and Traditions committee from 2004 thru 2008. He has been involved with youth education programs teaching many duck calling classes for beginning hunters. His term ends in 2015.