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Pennsylvania Game Commission executive director to retire in January

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The Pennsylvania Game Commission's executive director, Carl G. Roe, plans to retire in January and will have spent more than eight years at the post, according to a news release.

Roe joined the wildlife agency in 2001 as its first long-range strategic planner, the release stated. He later became director of the commission’s Bureau of Administrative Services and was unanimously selected by the commission’s board as executive director in 2005.

The board will consider internal and external candidates for Roe’s replacement, the release stated.

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