Lohrmeyer finds calling with Game and Parks

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Aurora grad shares time from state parks

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  • Alex Lohrmeyer stands outside Smith Falls, where he was the superintendent over the course of this season.
    Alex Lohrmeyer stands outside Smith Falls, where he was the superintendent over the course of this season.
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To many people, the great outdoors is a place where they enjoy spending their time. For Alex Lohrmeyer the outdoors held a budding career with Nebraska Game and Parks.
“I’ve been working for them for about three or four years now,” he explained. “My most recent job I was doing was the superintendent of Smith Falls and that was a six-month position. I worked a lot with the public and helped manage that park area.”
Lohrmeyer’s journey began with a summer job at Mormon Island in Grand Island. That led him to Chadron State Park where he worked for two years before moving on to Smith Falls.

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