F&W Establishes Thomasville Office

F&W Establishes Thomasville Office
Hall Named Manager

Oct. 16, 2015,  ALBANY, Ga. — F&W Forestry Services, Inc., one of the nation’s oldest and largest forestry management and consulting firms, has opened a new branch office in Thomasville, Ga. Veteran F&W employee Doug Hall has been named regional manager of the office, which will provide forest management services to landowners in Southwest Georgia and the North Central Florida Panhandle.

F&W, based in Albany, Ga., provides a full range of forest management services to landowners throughout much of the U.S. and the entire South. The Thomasville office joins an existing network of 17 offices in 12 states. F&W also operates internationally, with offices in South America and France.

A native of Donaldsonville, Ga., Hall began his career with F&W in 1985 and has held several positions within the company. After 23 years with F&W, Hall left in 2007 to become an ordained minister and pastor a church in Mitchell County. During his time in the ministry, Hall continued to engage forestry activities, providing forest management assistance to small landowners in a limited capacity. Last year, Hall returned to F&W and forestry fulltime and was named by F&W President Marshall Thomas to lead the company’s new Thomasville office.

Hall holds an associate degree in forestry from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. He is a registered forester, licensed real estate salesperson, and a certified forest burner in Georgia. He is an active member of the Georgia Forestry Association and the Camilla Kiwanis Club.

About F&W:
Established in 1962, F&W Forestry Services, Inc., of Albany, Ga., is one of the nation’s oldest and largest forest consulting and management firms. The company handles timber sales and provides comprehensive forest management and consulting services to private and industrial landowners through a network of 18 offices in 11 states comprising the Southern pine belt, the Central and Appalachia regions, Upstate New York, and Oregon in the Pacific Northwest. It also manages private forestlands in South America and Europe with offices in Uruguay, Brazil, and France.

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