U.S. Marshals Museum Names Curator

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FORT SMITH (KFSM) — The U.S. Marshals Museum announced that they have chosen a new museum curator, who will begin next month.

David Kennedy will begin working as the U.S. Marshals Museum Curator on Nov. 2, according to a museum press release. Currently, he is the curator of collections for the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid, Oklahoma.

Kennedy will take care of collections, designing and building exhibits and integrating them into the museum’s architectural plan. After the museum is completed, he will also be responsible for coordinating exhibit installation.

Plans for the future U.S. Marshals Museum include three permanent exhibit galleries, a temporary exhibit gallery, the Samuel M. Sicard Hall of Honor and a National Learning Center. The museum will tell the more than 225-year history of the U.S. Marshals Service, the oldest law enforcement agency in the United States, and honor the sacrifice of marshals killed in the line of duty.

 

 

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