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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?

Did You Know?

The National Geographic Society purchased 310 acres surrounding the cave shelter area and donated the land to the American people. Russell Cave was designated as a National Monument in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy.