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    Russell Cave

    National Monument Alabama

Our Staff & Offices

Management

Gail Bishop Superintendent 256-845-9605 x 217

Kim Kirk Administrative Officer 256-845-9605 x 218

Troy Mueller Chief Ranger 256-845-9605 x 210

Cheri Killam- Bomhard Chief of Maintenance 256-845-9605 x 206

Interpretation

Keena Graham Supervisory Park Ranger/Volunteer Coordinator 256-495-2672 x 10

Shelia Reed Park Guide/Eastern National Bookstore 256-495-2672 x 17

Mary Dawson Park Guide/Scout Coordinator/CMS 256-495-2672 x 13

Antoine Fletcher Park Guide/ Outreach Coordinator/CMS 256-495-2672 x 15

Maintenance

Lori Cain FMSS Specialist (Network) 256-845-9605 x 214

Did You Know?

Russell Cave

Russell Cave National Monument is the oldest rock shelter used regularly for a home in the Eastern United States. It was inhabited during all Prehistoric time periods: Paleo, Archaic, Woodland and Mississippian. Virtually every culture for over 10,000 years is represented by artifacts found here.