Park Profiles

Tom Bradley

Tom Bradley
Superintendent

Mr. Bradley has been with the National Park Service since 1972 and began his assignment here in April 2008. During his career, he has served in many distinguished roles, including superintendent at Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, assistant superintendent at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, assistant superintendent at the Statue of Liberty National Monument, and superintendent of Christiansted National Historic/Buck Island Reef National Monument. He participated in the restoration of Ellis Island, the National Park Service's largest privately funded effort to date.

 
Frank Mares

Frank Mares
Deputy Superintendent

Mr. Mares manages daily park operations including museum and visitor services, law enforcement, facilities, and administrative functions. His 30-year career with the National Park Service has also included assignments at Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites in New York, Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Texas, and Pecos National Historical Park in New Mexico. Mr. Mares received his degree in history from the University of New Mexico.

 
Ann Honious

Ann Honious
Chief of Museum Services and Interpretation

Ms. Honious has worked for the National Park Service for eighteen years and at the park in St. Louis since 2009. In her position, Ms. Honious oversees operations, programming, and staffing of the Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse, and she supervises the park's cultural resource management. Ms. Honious holds a BA degree in History/Political Science from The Colorado College; an MA degree in American Civilization from The George Washington University; and an MS degree in Education from the University of Dayton. She has authored two books on the Wright brothers, as well as several articles and numerous conference presentations.
 
Bob Moore

Bob Moore
Historian

Dr. Moore has worked at this park since 1991. He holds a BFA degree from Syracuse University, and MA and Ph.D. degrees in history from Washington University in St. Louis. In his position he answers requests for information from the public; participates in press interviews; conducts oral history interviews with persons associated with the park's history; and researches the history of the park, of St. Louis, of the westward expansion movement, and of Dred Scott and slavery. Dr. Moore teaches as an adjunct professor in Washington University's University College. His articles on Lewis and Clark, westward expansion, and Dred Scott have appeared in national magazines. He is the author of eight books, including The Gateway Arch: An Architectural Dream (2005).

Last updated: April 10, 2015

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