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Congratualtions to Tim Turner

September 30th, 2008 by admin

Our friend Tim Turner was recently promoted to Manager (is that title correct?) of the Wampanoag Indigenous Program. Tim has long been a stalwart in our museum and it’s great to see him achieve this position. Congrats, Tim!


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5 Responses to “Congratualtions to Tim Turner”

  1. KMW says:

    Anyone who has checked out ‘As The Wetu Turns’ has already met Tim. Congrats, Tim!

  2. tim says:

    Hey buddy,

    Thanks buddy it is Asstain Manager that is darius is manager but i will be working hard to reporsent all of the staff at the museum and our staff at Wampanaog Homesit here at Plimoth Plantation. I have been working here for 18 years. Its nice to move up from supervisor and take a bigger roll maybe bring some new Ideas in to the mix I am looking forward to the challage and working across the museum to make it better for all of us (staff) and most important our vistors. Thanks again! Tim Turner

  3. tim says:


    Thanks for you very kind words I hope just a part of me come’s out in my blog I think thats important to me and thanks again on the congrats. Tim Turner

  4. Golf Cart Steve says:

    Hey Tim congrats from the volunteer staff.
    We know how hard you work, and you will do your best to keep the quality going.

  5. tim says:


    Thank you steve I really try to work as hard as I can and have fun at work too. I love working at the Place that I call home (Plimoth Plantation) and staff that I call my family.

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