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district park ranger

Thomas Frank Hazelton, American district park ranger. Certified emergency medical technician. Named Honorary Sports Marshall E. Center Iowa Special Olympics, 1977, one of Outstanding Young Men of America, 1985; recipient Certified Appreciation Linn County Association Retarded Citizens, 1984.

Background

Hazelton, Thomas Frank was born on April 25, 1955 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States. Son of Frank Taber and Marion Ella (Bellville) Hazelton.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Coe College, 1977. Certified conservation officer, Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, 1979. Certified peace officer, Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, 1983.

Career

Park attendant Linn County (Iowa) Conservation Office, Marion, 1977-1978, park ranger II, 1978-1982, district supervisor, since 1983.

Achievements

  • Certified emergency medical technician.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patentee recreation idea, 1986. Contributor articles to trade journals.

Membership

Coordinator E. Center Iowa Special Olympics, Cedar Rapids, since 1974. Board directors Young Men’s Christian Association Camp Wapsie, Cedar Rapids, since 1979. Member County Conservation Peace Officer's Association Iowa (president since 1985, resource person since 1985), Linn County Conservation Board Employees Association (secretary/treasurer since 1979), Phi Kappa Tau Alumni Association, Phi Kappa Tau (chairman board governors since 1981, domain director since 1984, Outstanding Local Alumni 1984).

Connections

father:
Frank Taber Hazelton

mother:
Marion Ella (Bellville) Hazelton