January 04, 2016

Dick Eales elected to Sanctuary board

Dick with his life Nancy

The board of Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, the world’s oldest and largest member-supported raptor conservation organization, has elected V. Richard Eales to a four-year term. Eales is a retired businessman with experience in the energy, software, light manufacturing, and investment banking fields and is currently a director of Range Resources Corporation and an active investor in a family business.

A passionate birder and conservationist, Eales and his wife Nancy have travelled the United States and beyond in pursuit of birds and one day hoped to compile a global Life List. Eales also is active on the boards of the American Bird Conservancy, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the Willistown Conservation Trust, and is a Trustee Emeritus and two-time past chairman of The Nature Conservancy of Pennsylvania.

Eales attended Cornell University, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and served in the Marine Corps. He and his wife reside in Malvern, PA.

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