Ranger at Crater Lake Transferred – September 3, 1954

Ranger at Crater Lake Transferred

Reno Evening Gazette

Reno, Nevada
September 3, 1954


 Klamath Falls, Ore.–The transfer of Lou Hallock, chief ranger at Crater Lake National Park, to an assignment at Death Valley national monument in California has been announced by the park service. The change will become effective Sept. 15.

Hallock, who has been with the park service for 18 years, is a graduate of the University of Connecticut. He was with the U. S. forest service in New England before becoming chief ranger at Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico.  He was transferred to Lassen National Park, then to Yosemite and five years ago came to Crater Lake.

Hallock will replace Chief Ranger Ted Ocston at Death Valley. No successor to the Crater post has been named.