by Duluth News Tribune
July 24, 2010 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
For almost 40 years as a state park manager, Paul Sundberg has created a legacy of making close connections with visitors sharing the wonders of the outdoors. Continue Reading
Tags: Gooseberry Falls, Gooseberry State Park, Lake Superior, Minnesota, North Shore, Outdoors 3 Comments »
Thank you. Good bless. Have fun.
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See you have had a good career in the woods. Visited the park once or twice on vacation but didn’t know you were there. Enjoy your time as a grandpa.
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Thanks Paul, for a real legacy of public service. You are one of the people quietly doing their jobs all these years.
What irks me most is the tax cutters, tea partiers, and small government folk are tarring all public employees with the same broad brush label of overpaid public employee without thinking about the public employees like Paul who spent his life making other’s lives better, done the right thing and done it well. Shame on them.
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