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Respected Ennis Game Warden Marc Glines Retires from FWP

Headlines - Region 3

Fri Jun 30 00:00:00 MDT 2006

Long-time Ennis Game Warden Marc Glines retired from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks on June 2, 2006, after 20 years of outstanding service to the Madison Valley community and the citizens of Montana.


Glines began his career with the department in 1986 as a warden-trainee in Miles City. He then spent two years in Sidney before transferring to Ennis in 1989.


Glines’ accomplishments are many, especially in the area of education and community service.  He began the popular spring event Wall Creek Discovery Days bringing Madison Valley elementary-aged students to the Wall Creek game range for three days of outdoor conservation education over many years. In 1991, Glines received the Shikar-Safari Wildlife Officer of the Year Award for the state of Montana.


“Marc has been an outstanding educator during his career with FWP,” said Warden Captain Sam Sheppard. “He exemplifies what it means to not only work in a community, but also become an integral part of it. He will be sorely missed by FWP.”