Native to Arizona, Vern Coyner currently lives and works in Anchorage, Alaska. An outdoors enthusiast, Vern Coyner enjoys exploring the wide range of camping destinations located throughout the state. In addition to national parks and commercial campsites, campers often take advantage of the great expanse of countryside by exploring undesignated areas. Roadside camping is also an option in Alaska, where it is legal to camp off to the side of the road. Some of the most popular destinations for campers include Brushkana Campground in Denali National Park, Nancy Lake State Recreation Area in Willow, Allan Point Cabin in Tongass National Park, and Auke Village Campground in Juneau. In Anchorage, the Campbell Tract Recreation Management Area is considered an excellent option for those seeking outdoor recreation activities. Directly south of Anchorage, the Seward Ranger District offers numerous scenic areas for camping, hiking, fishing, skiing, and many other outdoors activities. The most desirable destinations in Seward include Ptarmigan Creek Campground, Russian River, Tenderfoot, Crescent Creek, and Granite Creek. Beyond exploring his interests in traveling and camping in Alaska, Vern Coyner also pursues other outdoor activities, including gardening, golfing, and playing baseball. Vern Coyner is passionate about supporting charitable organizations that benefit underprivileged individuals, families, and the environment. For example, Mr. Coyner actively supports Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization that focuses on building affordable housing for people in America and across the world. He also supports the Alaska Food Bank by volunteering his services. In his professional life, Vern Coyner serves as a member of a number of organizations, including the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the American Association of Drilling Engineers, and the International Association of Drilling Contractors.
Engineering, Business, Management