July 20, 2009
Rural Affairs Adviser John Moller Will Stay on with Parnell
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell today announced the retention of Gov. Palin’s rural affairs adviser, John Moller.
“John’s strong community leadership has given him the tools to be an effective advocate for rural Alaska,” said Parnell. “Together we can continue to work hard for Alaska’s rural communities.”
John Moller was born in Unalaska. He is working toward a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Alaska. He’s been a commercial crab fisherman in the Bering Sea for 13 years and has served as general manger of the Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association for 12 years.
Moller also currently serves as staff assistant for the departments of Military and Veterans Affairs and Commerce, Community and Economic Development.
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