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WYDOT resident engineer, Dan McAfee, retiring after 36 years

 

October 28, 2017

WORLAND - His journey through life at the Wyoming Department of Transportation might remind some people of the unrestricted life of Forrest Gump, but for Worland Resident Engineer Dan McAfee, it has been his life's calling.

McAfee, 60, is retiring from WYDOT on Wednesday, Nov. 1.

McAfee has served in his present position since Aug. 1, 1990. His original WYDOT hire date was June 5, 1981, as an engineer in Kemmerer. McAfee then spent three years as an engineer in Laramie, before being promoted to Worland resident engineer.

"I really thought I'd stay in Worland for 5-6 years," McAfee says. "B...



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