• Image of bunkhouse row.

    Grant-Kohrs Ranch

    National Historic Site Montana

Our Staff & Offices

Division of Administration

  • Jacqueline Lavelle, Superintendent (406) 846-2070 ext. 221
  • Anita Dore, Administrative Officer (406) 846-2070 ext. 222
  • Pat Logan, Administrative Support Assistant, (406) 846-2070 ext. 224

Division of Maintenance

  • Alan Stewart, Facility Manager (406) 846-2070 ext. 240
  • Willy King, Maintenance Mechanic (406) 846-2070 ext. 237
  • Gentry Medlock, Exhibit Specialist (406) 846-2070 ext. 235
  • Ron Knudson, Maintenance Mechanic Helper (406) 846-2070 ext. 237
  • vacant, Laborer (406) 846-2070 ext. 237

Division of Natural and Cultural Resources

  • Chris Ford, Integrated Resource Program Manager (406) 846-2070 ext. 242
  • Jason Smith, Natural Resource Specialist (406) 846-2070 ext. 232
  • vacant, Range Technician (406) 846-2070 ext. 241
  • Allen Tate, Irrigator (406) 846-2070 ext. 229
  • Peggy Gow, Museum Technician (406) 846-2070 ext. 243

Division of Interpretation & Visitor Services

  • Julie Croglio, Chief of Interpretation & Education (406) 846-2070 ext. 226
  • Lyndel Meikle, Park Ranger (406) 846-2070 ext. 228
  • Lori Jensen, Education Technician (406) 846-2070 ext. 230

Superfund

  • Jeffrey Johnson, CERCLA Project Manager (406) 846-2070 ext. 231

Did You Know?

Two cowboys on their horses.

Crusty old cowboys were mainly an invention of movies. Most cowboys were young, some only eleven or twelve. By the time they were in their mid-20s, most had taken up ranching on their own or found a less strenuous way of life. Yet, some kept cowboying as long as they could stay in the saddle.