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Indiana Conservation Officers are pleased to welcome Officer Kendrick Fuhrman to District 7.  Officer Fuhrman is transferring to his assignment in Dubois and Pike Counties.

Officer Fuhrman is a 2009 Graduate of Shoals High School in Martin County.  He then pursued his Conservation Law Enforcement degree from Vincennes University, graduating in 2011.  Officer Fuhrman began his career as an Indiana Conservation Officer in August of 2012.

Officer Fuhrman served in Blackford and Morgan Counties prior to his current assignment.  Officer Fuhrman is a member of the ICO dive team, defensive tactics instructor, venomous reptile handler, and background investigator.  He has also served as an officer counselor at the ICO Karl E. Kelley Memorial Youth Camp.

Officer Fuhrman is enjoys waterfowl, dove, turkey, and deer hunting as well as camping.  Officer Fuhrman and his wife are excitedly awaiting the arrival of their first child in September.



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