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Appleman retires after 35 years in USFS

 
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Keith Appleman retired from the U.S. Forest Service last week after 35 years of service. His retirement party was held on New Year’s Eve at the Nolan Center.

In the latter part of 1977, Keith Appleman began his career with the U.S. Forest Service and worked his way through a tenure that saw him rise to the top of his field as Recreation, Lands, Wilderness and Minerals staff officer for the Wrangell Ranger District – experiencing a life as a shepherd and caretaker of the forests we call our home and playground in Southeast Alaska.

Appleman, who will turn 59 this month, retired from the Forest Service on Dec. 28. On New Year’s Eve he was joined by a sizeable gathering of family and friends at the James and Elsie Nolan Center who helped him cel...



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