West Texas to North Texas big move for game warden

Preston Kleman, new Montague County game warden. (Photo by Barbara Green)

By BARBARA GREEN
editor@bowienewsonline.com
Montague County residents may have noticed a new face driving the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Game Warden pickup as Preston Kleman recently began his new post in north Texas.
The 28-year-old Kleman comes to the county after serving Lamb, Bailey and Cochran Counties west of Lubbock in his first job as a game warden. A 2017 graduate of the academy Kleman said he knew he wanted to do something in law enforcement, but he also had an interest in wildlife biology.
A Texas game warden seems to be a good blend of those interests. Read the full feature in the weekend Bowie News.

5 Comments on West Texas to North Texas big move for game warden

    • From what we understand at the News, Chase McAnnich, the former game warden, was invited to work as an instructor at the game warden academy and took the job.

  1. Welcome to Montague County. We moved here 13 years ago from San Diego and just loved every minute of it. People are nice and friendly and always have time to talk to you. You love it here welcome.

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