Ford only president to serve as a park ranger
WASHINGTON Feeding the bears at Yellowstone National Park is a thing of the past. But in the summer of 1936, it was one of former President Gerald R. Ford's jobs as a seasonal park ranger.
Ford's stint at the park that summer 70 years ago, when he turned 23, makes him the only U.S. president ever to have served as a park ranger in the National Park Service, the service said.
Ford, the nation's 38th president, died Tuesday at the age of 93.
He was "a darned good ranger," ...
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