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Gus W. Schram III

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Artificial Reefs | CCA National News Feed
news.joincca.org, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
CCA Louisiana President Gus Schram of Lake Charles said the reef project is an example of how private, public and non-profit organizations can work together for projects that bring about positive results.
"The artificial reefs CCA has helped build are big hits with fishermen," said Schram.
Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
www.ccalouisiana.com, 23 Feb 2011 [cached]
Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
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Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
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Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger were inducted into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame at the organization's State Convention in Baton Rouge on Feb. 18th. Schram and Caplinger became the 10th and 11th inductees into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have performed outstanding service for marine conservation. Caplinger is the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame.
Schram, of Lake Charles, CCA Louisiana's current state president, was one of a handful of concerned anglers who helped form the organization's first chapter in Lake Charles in 1984. Lake Charles also served for a period as state headquarters for the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, as CCA was called then. The headquarters was eventually moved to Baton Rouge as the organization grew to include chapters in most regions of Louisiana.
Schram, a CPA and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Jack Lawton Companies, said few people in Louisiana had even heard of GCCA when he and a group of concerned conservationists met to organize the state's first chapter.
"I was a fisherman who observed the excessive commercial catches of large breeding stock redfish and speckled trout," Schram recalled. "When I heard the GCCA story, it immediately caught my attention as the way to invest my time to make an important difference so that my kids and grandkids could enjoy saltwater fishing as I have."
Prior to becoming state president, Schram served in a number of positions in CCA, including treasurer for 16 years and as a member of the state Board of Directors, state Executive Committee and chairman of the National Management Committee.
Members and friends gather to celebrate the dedication of CCA's new Jack Lawton Center
www.ccalouisiana.com, 9 Oct 2009 [cached]
"Members of the Candies family have been long-time leaders in the marine conservation field," said CCA Louisiana President Gus Schram of Lake Charles in receiving the gift from P.B. Candies.
CCA honors four conservation giants at State Convention
www.ccalouisiana.com, 10 Mar 2010 [cached]
Each one of these visionaries made tremendous sacrifices in their personal lives to build what today is a vibrant movement to conserve Louisiana's marine resources," said CCA Louisiana president Gus Schram.
CCA Louisiana - Home
www.ccalouisiana.com, 28 Feb 2011 [cached]
Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
Both inductees were early marine conservation leaders in Louisiana Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger were inducted into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame at the organization's State Convention in Baton Rouge on Feb. 18th. Schram and Caplinger became the 10th and 11th inductees into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have performed outstanding service for marine conservation. Caplinger is the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame.
Schram, of Lake Charles, CCA Louisiana's current state president, was one of a handful of concerned anglers who helped form the organization's first chapter in Lake Charles in 1984. Lake Charles also served for a period as state headquarters for the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, as CCA was called then. The headquarters was eventually moved to Baton Rouge as the organization grew to include chapters in most regions of Louisiana.
Schram, a CPA and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Jack Lawton Companies, said few people in Louisiana had even heard of GCCA when he and a group of concerned conservationists met to organize the state's first chapter.
"I was a fisherman who observed the excessive commercial catches of large breeding stock redfish and speckled trout," Schram recalled. "When I heard the GCCA story, it immediately caught my attention as the way to invest my time to make an important difference so that my kids and grandkids could enjoy saltwater fishing as I have."
Prior to becoming state president, Schram served in a number of positions in CCA, including treasurer for 16 years and as a member of the state Board of Directors, state Executive Committee and chairman of the National Management Committee.
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Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
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