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Hiscock given retirement dinner
The workers at Pipe Spring National Monument and the Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians honored retiring Pipe Spring Superintendent John Hiscock at a retirement dinner on October 30.
Accolades were given to Hiscock regarding his partnership and the projects completed between the National Park Service and the Paiute Tribe.
Zion National Park Superintendent Jeff Bradybaugh presented Hiscock with a plaque from the National Park Service District Office for 37 years of service.
Also giving accolades to Hiscock were employees of Pipe Spring National Monument, members of the Zion Natural History Association, the superintendent of Cedar Breaks National Monument, associates who have worked with John, and other Tribal leaders.