22. November 2017 29
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Andreas Schober leaves the country hunting Association of Schleswig-Holstein (LJV SH) and is the new managing Director of the provincial hunting Association of Rhineland-Palatinate (LJV RLP).
Andreas Schober is from 1. January 2018 is the new Executive Director of the LJV RLP. He is the successor of the outgoing LJV RLP-managing Director Erhard baths, after more than 27 years of service in may 2018. “The tasks of the LJV RLP is due to the natural spatial conditions and the mix of projects in the areas of Low – and ungulates very attractive,” says Andreas Schober. “I look forward to the challenges ahead.”
Andreas Schober (left) occurs from 1. January 2018, the successor of Erhard baths (in the middle) as the managing Director of the LJV RLP. Marcus Börner (right) takes over the management of the office of the LJV SH (photos: LJV SH & RLP)
The management of the office of the LJV SH Marcus Börner. The 39-year-old graduate engineer and since 2008 as a press officer and assistant to the CEO at LJV-SH. “With this decision, we provide stability and continuity in the work of the LJV-SH. Mr Börner is since almost 10 years in the office and is familiar with the many facets of our Association’s work,“ says Wolfgang Hein, President of the LJV-SH.
Marcus Börner is born in 1978 in a castle. After his University studies and graduated as an engineer for land management and environmental protection, he was in the German wild animal Foundation and the German Association for landscape management. Since 2008, Mr Börner, employees of the LJV-SH. He is a hunter, and leads a Parson Russel Terrier. Also in the honorary position, he is committed to the hunt.
Andreas Schober is born in 1967 in Saarlouis. He is a fully qualified lawyer, and graduated in the year 1984, the hunter’s exam. In the hunters ‘ Association of the Saarland, he was active for many years in various volunteer functions. Since April 2012, he was managing Director of the LJV-SH. He is a dog guide for a Alpine dachsbracke and active hunting horn.