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Daub named director of Federation of Sportsmen and Conservationists

Chuck Biedka
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Harold Daub is the new executive director for the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen and Conservationists.

According to the PFSC board, he took over duties including government affairs on Monday in Harrisburg.

The board said Daub is widely known among sportsmen and most recently led Hunters United for Sunday Hunting. That grassroots effort seeks to remove the prohibition on Sunday hunting and to give full regulatory authority to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Through HUSH members, Daub has allied more than 20 conservation organizations and thousands of individuals to support legislation to remove the barrier to Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania while also strengthening trespass laws.

Daub lives in Halifax, Pa., with his wife, Marie.

He has been a hunter-trapper educator for 19 years and member of the National Wild Turkey Federation for 20 years. He has been president and vice president of the Lykens Valley Chapter.

Chuck Biedka is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chuck at 724-226-4711, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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