HMT Dan Clark Retires from National Weather Service

Hydrometeorological Technician Daniel Clark retired from the National Weather Service on November 3, 2012, with over 36 years of service to the federal government.

After serving his country in the U.S. Navy, Dan worked for the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North Carolina.  Shortly thereafter, he was able to realize his dream and joined the National Weather Service at its office in Alpena, Michigan.  Dan spent the last 28 years of his career stationed at the Green Bay office of the National Weather Service.

A native of Gladstone, Michigan, Dan and his wife Debbie reside in Ashwaubenon.  They have two adult children.

A party in his honor was held on his last day at the office.  Below is a picture of Meteorologist-in-Charge Gary Austin (left) presenting a plaque to Dan in honor of his years of federal service.  While Dan will be missed, we wish him well in retirement.

MIC Gary Austin with HMT Dan Clark

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