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Gary Ingram to Serve as Permanent Superintendent


Gary Ingram arrived at Cumberland Island National Seashore in January 2014 on a four month
assignment as acting superintendent, following the hasty departure of Fred Boyles.  Recently, the National Park Service announced that by mid-May, Ingram will begin serving as the permanent superintendent. Before arriving on Cumberland Island, Ingram was the superintendent of the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in Plains, Georgia.

Prior to moving to Georgia, Gary served as an assistant Regional Director in Washington, D. C., where he represented Alaska’s parks and Regional Office in dealing with the Department of Interior, NPS, Congress, and special interest groups. Gary’s background is broad, his people skills honed, and he seems to care about Wilderness.