A screenshot of the OSHR video about Ranger Daniel Tenney at Crowders Mountain State Park as recipient of the Governor's Award for Excellence

Ranger Daniel Tenney Receives Governor's Award

Ranger Daniel Tenney at Crowders Mountain State Park received the Governor's Award for Excellence in the Outstanding Government Service category for his work as a park ranger and his volunteer duties as firearms instructor for the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.

Ranger Daniel Tenney at Crowders Mountain State Park was one of the state employees honored with the Governor's Award for Excellence in 2022.

Ranger Tenney was recognized for Outstanding Government Service, not only for his job duties as lead law enforcement ranger at Crowders Mountain, but his leadership in firearms instruction for all rangers across the North Carolina State Parks system.

The Governor's Award for Excellence is the highest honor a state employee may receive for dedicated service to the state of North Carolina and its residents. Park staff nominated Ranger Tenney for the award to recognize how he goes above and beyond his park ranger duties to volunteer his time in teaching and developing the skills of all park rangers in the state. This video tribute, courtesy of the N.C. Office of State Human Resources, explains Ranger Tenney's dedication to the mission of the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation:

Congratulations, Ranger Tenney!

For more information on the Governor's Awards for Excellence, pleas visit the N.C. OSHR website.

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