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Department of Commerce | Courtesy photos Mike Smith, top gun at Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park for the past 32 years, retired on Monday. Smith is shown here with the parks Civil War cannon. Smith prepares to lead a group of visitors on a hike through the Pocahontas County Civil War battlefield. http://harperfostercode.denaliinstitute.org/2016/08/04/aspects-of-selection-interview-guidanceIn 1928, Droop Mountain Battlefield became West Virginias first state park. Mike Smith had barely begun his career with West Virginias state parks system when he was offered the chance to become superintendent of Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park. Something about the windswept 287-acre park and its role in preserving the site of West Virginias last major Civil War battle apparently struck a chord with the recently minted forestry major, He had worked not quite two years at the Bluefield Public Hunting and Fishing Area (now Bluestone Wildlife Management Area) when he was offered the job of becoming what was then the one-person staff at Droop Mountain. On Monday, he retired as superintendent of the Pocahontas County park after 32 years on the job. Back in December of 1984, when I started working here, I had no idea I would stay this long, Smith said last week, as he prepared for his last weekend on the job. But I didnt know I would like it so well, either. It turned out to be much more interesting than I ever imagined it would be. Smith said he was only mildly interested in Civil War history when he took the job.
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