Dwight Clifton Storke,, American government official. Recipient Interpreter of Year award Mid-Atlantic region National Park Service, 1981, 82, Superior Performance award, 1986, Superintendent of Year award Mid-Atlantic region, 1993, Meritorious Service award Department Interior, 1993.
Storke,, Dwight Clifton was born on September 6, 1939 in Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States. Son of Dwight Clifton and Shirley Williams (King) Storke.
Bachelor of Science, Richmond Professional Institute, 1962. Master of Education, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy with honor, International Seminary, Plymouth, Florida, 1990.
Instructor, Department Navy, Dahlgren, Virginia, 1963-1971;
interpreter, National Park Svc., Washington's Birthplace, Virginia, 1971-1974;
park ranger, National Park Svc., Washington's Birthplace, Virginia, 1974-1987;
instructor, National Park Svc., Washington's Birthplace, Virginia, 1984-1986;
superintendent, National Park Svc., Richmond, Virginia, 1987-1989;
superintendent, National Park Svc., Washington's Birthplace, 1989-1994;
federal firearms instructor, National Park Svc., Virginia, since 1980;
executive director, Mid-Atlantic Laboratory, King George, Virginia, since 1994. Adjunct instructor National Park Svc. Training Academy, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 1972-1975.
Member personnel management review board National Park Svc., Philadelphia, since 1993.
As a people whose forbears came together in response to intolerance, Baptistsshould cherish freedom and pursue it for millions around the world.
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Facility and program facilitator Daughters of the American Revolution, Westmoreland, Virginia, since 1980. Captain Virginia State Guard, Fredericksburg, since 1985. Director Shenandoah Valley Civil War Task Force, Virginia, 1993.
Member Virginia Association Museum, Northern Neck Virginia History Society, Masons (master), Kappa Delta Pi.
Avocations:; history, archaeology.
Married Sylvia Hitch Clark, October 25, 1963. Children: Theresa Storke Marshall, David Wallace, John Benjamin.