Jeffrey Nettleton Selected as the New Area
Manager for the Klamath Basin Area Office in Klamath Falls,
PRESS RELEASE - Release: September 14, 2016
NettletonSACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Bureau of
Reclamation’s Mid-Pacific Region announced today that Jeffrey
Nettleton has been selected as the Area Manager for the Klamath
Basin Area Office. He will assume his new responsibilities in
Klamath Falls on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
“Jeff has had a long and successful Reclamation career,” stated
Regional Director David Murillo. “His wealth of engineering and
management experience will assist the Region and the Klamath
Project to accomplish our commitments to manage water delivery.
His considerable people skills make him particularly well suited
for the dynamic work in the Klamath Basin.”
For the past 17 years Nettleton has worked as the Rapid City
Field Office Manager and Facilities and Engineering Division
Chief, managing projects in North and South Dakota. Prior to
that, he managed the San Juan Chama Project in Chama, New
Mexico, for five years; was the project engineer on The Trinity
River Restoration Program in Weaverville, California for four
years; and worked on dam safety and engineering programs in
Reclamation’s Technical Service Center in Denver, Colorado, for
“I’m looking forward to the challenges and opportunities
inherent to the Klamath Project,” Nettleton said. “The staff at
KBAO is top notch and I am excited for the opportunity to join
with them to build relationships with our managing partners and
continue to provide excellent service to the Klamath Community.“
Nettleton graduated from Colorado University in 1984 with a
degree in Civil/Geotechnical Engineering. He is married to
Jaqueline Nettleton, who owns a general contracting and
construction business. They have a daughter, son-in-law, and new
grandson who live in Nevada and a son who lives in South Dakota.
In their spare time the Nettleton’s enjoy outdoor sports and
spending time with friends and family
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