Park Ranger Receives National Honor

An eastern Kentucky state park ranger receives a national honor.

Albert Goodin was named one of the top rangers in the country by Reserve-America.

Goodin was one of five rangers to receive a silver medal for his dedication to park visitors and professionalism.

Goodin is the longest serving ranger in Kentucky with 34 years of service.

Goodin has worked at both the Levi Jackson State Park and the Cumberland Falls State Resort Park.


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  • by cindy Location: london on Jun 21, 2007 at 10:25 PM
    Ranger Al is a major asset to the state of ky ranger division with total dedication and loyalty. I have had the pleasure of working with him at Levi Jackson State park for some time now, he has always been a well respected hard worker as well as a great friend to everyone.
  • by scotty Location: corbin on Jun 21, 2007 at 05:07 AM
    I use to work with Al at Cumberland Falls and he done a great job there,I am proud to know him

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