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Davenport Parks and Recreation has a new leader.

Scott Hock accepted an offer to become the new director  

Hock was last the Assistant Director of Parks in Urbandale, Iowa and has worked in the field of parks and
recreation for more than twenty years.

He has a Bachelors Degree in Leisure Studies and a Master's Degree in Public
Administration from Iowa State University.

Before working for Urbandale, Hock served as Recreation Supervisor for Ames, Iowa, Recreation Supervisor for Kansas City, Kan.,
and Director of Parks and Recreation for Shenandoah, Iowa.

Hock will start in April.