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Timpano retires from Fish & Wildlife
Timpano retires from Fish & Wildlife
After 43 years at the Department, Steve Timpano retired recently.

Timpano served IFW for more than 30 years as the Environmental Coordinator, taking the position in 1980. The Gardiner resident worked diligently at helping alleviate development concerns while protecting Maine’s natural resource interests.

“It’s been a grand tour,” Timpano said. “The time here, doing environmental coordination, it was just a constant educational experience. I really enjoyed working with very interesting development challenges and a lot of good people over the years.”

Timpano said he’s still settling into the idea of retirement and plans to spend a fair amount of time on maintenance and repair work to both his home and his camp in New Hampshire.

Before working as an Environmental Coordinator, Timpano spent 12 years in IFW’s Fisheries Division. He spent his first six years, beginning in 1968, as an assistant fisheries biologist in Ashland before moving to Enfield to become the regional fisheries biologist there in 1974.

Posted on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 (Archive on Tuesday, November 29, 2011)
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