Colonel William H. Satterfield, USAR (Ret.), J.D. from Birmingham, Alabama, has been nominated by the NRA’s Nomitating Committee for a third term on the National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors. For the past seven years, Bill has served on NRA’s Legal Affairs Committee, and he is one of ten Trustees for NRA’s Civil Rights Defense Fund. He is also a Trustee of the NRA Foundation, and he was recently elected President of the Foundation. During his six years on NRA’s Board, Bill has served as Chairman of the Elections Committee (twice) and on the Nominating Committee. He presently serves as Chair of the Ethics Committee, Chair of the Range Development Committee, and as a member of the Bylaws and Resolutions Committee.
Bill had thirty-two years’ service in the Army Reserve, including active duty in Viet Nam and Thailand. He was a President Reagan appointee as Associate Solicitor and Deputy Solicitor for the Department of Interior, and as General Counsel of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He is an expert in environmental and endangered species law. An avid hunter who has used firearms his entire life, Bill continues to work fighting environmental and anti-gunner attacks on hunting and shooting ranges. He is also a strong supporter of competitive shooting. Bill is an NRA Benefactor member, a Life member of the Reserve Officers Association and Safari Club International, and a Member of Ducks Unlimited, Delta Waterfowl, and Pheasants Forever. He is also an Eagle Scout.
Bill has been a very active and valuable Board member, and he deserves your support for reelection to the NRA Board.