Congratulations are certainly in order for Brock Clukey, who has spent the last 24 years with the Maine Wardens Service.

Clukey was awarded the honor of 2020 Game Warden of the year by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife. The Department Facebook announcement is proud Brock is a well known face in his patrol area of the Andover District.

In Brocks off time he enjoys family time with his wife and two daughters. Brock has been a full-time game warden since 1997, in his career he has spent much time in the field managing speciality warden team assignments, Clukey has also spent his fair share on time working in collaboration with other agencies.

Many of the traits that landed him the coveted 2020 Game Warden of The Year Award are his passion for protecting Maine's natural resources, his self motivation, and strong work ethic. His dedication to the mission, as well as maintaining great values all help too.

Congratulations Warden Clukey, and thank you for your dedication and service.



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