The heroine of the Waldo Canyon Fire
is leaving town.
Forest Supervisor Jerri Marr
has accepted a job in Washington, D.C. Marr became the face of the Waldo Canyon fire, offering comfort and guidance as the deadly fire progressed.
FOREST SUPERVISOR JERRI MARR ACCEPTS POSITION IN D.C.
PUEBLO, Colo., February 20, 2014 – Pike and San Isabel National Forests, Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands (PSICC) Forest Supervisor Jerri Marr has accepted a new position in Washington, D.C.
Marr will soon become the National Assistant Director for Recreation, Business, Heritage, and Volunteer Resources for the U.S. Forest Service at the National Headquarters. Her reporting date has not been determined.
According to Marr, “I have enjoyed my time here on the PSICC and consider it an honor to have had the opportunity to serve as the Forest Supervisor.”
Marr came to the PSICC in December 2010.