At the start of the new year, Dick Wulf stepped down as Evergreen Park and Recreation District’s first and only executive director and left behind a matchless record of service to his neighbors.
“A lot of people in this community, when they think of park and rec, think of Dick Wulf,” says EPRD treasurer Allan Casey. “He’s been here pretty much from day one. He is the district.”
Casey makes no overstatement. EPRD’s history and that of Wulf are virtually one and the same.
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