Henry G. ‘Skip’ Lazauski
Eugene, OR 97401
Columnist (weekly), correspondent and freelancer, “Islander and Onlooker newspapers”, Gulf Coast Newspapers, Gulf Shores, AL, 2002 – 2012
Asst. Chief Marine Biologist, Alabama Conservation Dept. Marine Division, 1984 – 1999, retired.
Fisheries Technician, National Marine Fisheries Service, Rufus, OR, 1980
Senior electronic technician, Fairchild Semiconductor, San Jose, CA, 1979
Carpenter, International Shellfish Enterprises, Moss Landing, CA ,1977
Work-study coordinator, Veterans Administration, Cal. State Long Beach office, 1976 – 1977
Math and science tutor, Greenfield C.C., 1973 – 1975
U.S. Navy, Communications technician, E-5, stationed Misawa, Japan and the National Security Agency, 1969 – 1973
Sixteen years serving with the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council and Gulf States Marine fisheries Commission as a committee chairman, certified SCUBA diver, hang glider pilot (once), certified fisheries scientist, private pilot (not current), distance runner (retired with bone spurs) now distance bicycler.
President and officer of American Fisheries Society’s stock analysis section for eight years.
Published a weekly newspaper column (Ecobites) for 12 years and had a local cable channel TV show on Island TV for three years of the same name.
Ph.D. Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 1984
M.S. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, 1979
B.S. California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, 1977
A.A. Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA, 1975
Oliver Wolcott Tech. School, four years, industrial electronics, 1969