Division of Wildlife Resources raises funds for forgotten Game Warden

Posted on May 10, 2008 by Administrator

After Utah Game Warden Ernest G. Berry was murdered in 1914, he was buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery . His family couldn’t afford a headstone so his grave was never marked. Over the years Warden Berry’s gravesite was forgotton and is now covered by shrubbery. Thanks to Robert Kirby and his tireless efforts to make sure all Utah’s Fallen are remembered, the Division of Wildlife Resources has managed to raise the sponsorship money for their plaques, and it looks like they’ll also be able to afford a headstone for Utah’s first game warden to fall in the line of duty. 


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