Montana’s Executive Director of Pardons and Parole Resigns
Timothy Allred, executive direct of the Montana Board of Pardons and Parole resigned his post earlier this month.
Allred was hired in late 2014 . He replaced Fern Osler-Johnson, who retired. Allred has taken a job with the state probation and parole division.
Greg Budd will act as Interim Executive Direct until a permanent replacement is hired.
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