Parks Manager Dick McIntyre. Photo by Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com
The public is invited to stop by Fuller Lodge 2-4 p.m. FRIDAY, July 12 to say good-bye to Parks Manager Dick McIntyre, who is retiring after 10 years of service to the County.
Light refreshments will be served at the party being held in his honor.
Background on Dick McIntyre:
Dick McIntyre, a registered Landscape Architect, began his career following his graduate education and training, as a member of the Peace Corps in 1970, designing parks in Iran. When he returned to this country, he put his horticulture expertise to work at a nursery, and also had his own Landscape Architecture design-build business for several years.
McIntyre began his career as a Parks professional with the public sector starting in 1988, and came to Los Alamos County in 2003. For 10 years he has led his crews to transform the County into a place of beauty, work that continues on after his departure with the Ashley Pond project.