Laurels go to retired Crater Lake official: Dinner given for former park superintendent Chuck Lundy
Herald and News
Klamath Falls, Oregon
January 21, 2008
Chuck Lundy, who retired earlier this month after a 35-year National Park Service career that included more than nine years as superintendent at Crater Lake National Park, was honored at a Saturday night dinner at Oregon Institute of Technology.
Lundy received a Congressional citation from Rep. Greg Walden, who made a presentation before going to the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet, and a letter from Sen. Gordon Smith.
Walden credited Lundy for his work with the park’s 2002 Centennial, creation of the Crater Lake Trust, the Crater Lake license plate and several park improvement projects at Rim Village and Mazama Village, bathometric mapping of the lake, and the long-wanted relocation of the Rim Village parking area.
Among other presentations was a Crater Lake photograph given to Lundy by the Crater Lake Trust, a group he helped to create.
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