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Ranger Duane P. McClure
Yellowstone National Park

Ranger Duane C. McClure is presumed drowned while on patrol by canoe May, 22nd 1980, on Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. A search was undertaken after he failed to return to headquarters or respond to radio calls. Searchers later located his capsized canoe but never located his body.
Ranger McClure was officially declared dead on June 9, 1981. He had served with the National Park Service for 10 years. He was survived by his parents and two brothers.
 
 

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