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Turner Honored

October 25, 2012 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
John Turner

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department Tuesday announced this year’s inductees to Wyoming’s Outdoor Hall of Fame.  A dinner and ceremony to honor the inductees was held Oct. 13 at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody and was sponsored by Wyoming Wildlife Foundation.  Among those honored was Former State Senator from Teton County and Former US Fish and Wildlife Service Director John Turner.  During the ceremony, it was noted that Turner had introduced and supported a variety of legislation to benefit the state’s wildlife resource.  Turner shared the spotlight with Former Chief Wyoming Game Warden Rex Corsi , Former  Career Warden Dave Bragonier, and Buffalo Bill Cody.  The Foundation noted that the primary purpose of the Hall of Fame is to honor those individuals, both living and posthumously, who have made significant, lasting lifetime contributions to the conservation of Wyoming’s outdoor heritage and provide solid role models for the state’s youth

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