Ken Moore Retires After 44 Years with WLC
WLC Engineering and Surveying is celebrating the upcoming retirement of Ken Moore on July 5th. After decades of dedicated service to WLC, Ken will be retiring on his 44th anniversary with the company. It’s safe to say Ken will be missed at WLC, but we are excited for him to enjoy retirement.
Based in Casper, Ken served as a Project Manager with expertise in several areas including subdivision layout and design, water rights mapping and petitions, preparing legal descriptions, building and parking lot layout, easements, property and ALTA surveys, and much more. As Project Manager, Ken applied his expertise and skills to hundreds of projects over the last 44 years. Some recent, notable projects include the 12 Banner Health ALTA surveys, ongoing water rights projects for Casper Alcova Irrigation District, and the Natrona County Road and Bridge County Road Inventory.
During his retirement, Ken plans to move to Montana where he’ll spend the summers relaxing and hopefully a little fishing. In the winters, he plans to head south to Arizona where he will enjoy some sport shooting, reloading, and building custom fishing rods again.
For friends, family, and clients of Ken, WLC will be hosting a retirement party on August 26th at the Tate Pumphouse from 4-7 p.m. Join us in celebrating Ken’s retirement by enjoying food, drinks, and time spent together celebrating his career.