Antietam superintendent hanging up his hat

Soon after John Howard became superintendent of Antietam National Battlefield during the summer of 1995, he said he was living a dream.

“It’s still a dream come true,” Howard said Monday, sitting in his office at Antietam National Cemetery.

As a “young buck ranger” 37 years ago, Howard never dreamed he’d one day oversee one of the country’s 393 national parks for the American public.

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  1. Tim K says:

    To get straight to the point, Mr. Howard is a very good man. The National Park Service, Antietam NB, and the Civil War community are losing a very strong asset.

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