(Riverton, Wyo.) – Chris Daubin, game warden in Riverton, has retired after 28 years of service with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
Daubin began his Game and Fish career working with on the Seedskadee Game and Fish property near Fontenelle. In November 1985 he transferred to Green River as game warden trainee. He also served as trainee in Casper and Glenrock. In 1988 he was promoted to game warden in Kaycee where he served for two years. In 1990, he transferred to Riverton where he served as game warden until retirement.
Prior to coming to work for Game and Fish, Daubin attended the University of Wyoming from which he earned a bachelor’s degree in range management.
“Chris was an exceptional game warden. In my opinion, one of his most notable was achievements was working with and training new wardens over the years,” said Lander Game and Fish regional supervisor Jason Hunter. “The professional and respectful manner in which he interacted with landowners, sportsmen and the public and his willingness to model these traits left a positive impression on those he worked with.”
–Wyoming Game & Fish Department