The superintendent of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is retiring this
The Times of Munster reports Superintendent Constantine Dillon announced in
an email he will leave his post in August.
Dillon says that after 35 years with the National Park Service, it’s time to
move on and try something else.
Dillon became Lakeshore superintendent in 2007.
He says he’s confident “the excellent people who work here, and the people
in the community who support the park, will continue to preserve and protect
it for future generations.”
Dillon says he has worked in more than a dozen parks in 10 states and has
had temporary assignments in 30 parks. He has also represented the National
Park Service in four other countries.
An email from the National Park Service to the Chesterton Tribune
today said the official announcement will likely be made via news release in