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Michigan Conservation Officers
Killed In The Line Of Duty

  • Arvid Erickson - Conservation Officer Erickson and Officer Emil Skoglund were shot and killed near Gwinn, Michigan. September 29, 1926
  • Emil Skoglund - Conservation Officer Skoglund and Officer Arvid Erickson were shot and killed near Gwinn, Michigan. September 29, 1926
  • Andrew Schmeltz - Conservation Officer Schmeltz was murdered along Carp River north of Nagaumee, Michigan. October 21, 1936
  • Maurice C. Luck - Conservation Officer Luck was accidentally shot and killed by his own gun when it fell to the ground. March 15, 1938
  • Thomas J. Mellon - Conservation Officer drowned on the Manistique River . October 23, 1947
  • Edward Carl Starback - Conservation Officer Starback was killed in airplane accident. August 8, 1957
  • Gerald F. Welling - Conservation Officer Welling was run over by bear poachers. September 10, 1972

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