Moulin retires after 36 years of service to KDOT

Gary D. Moulin, area maintenance superintendent of Kansas Department of Transportation District One, Area Two, Osage City, is retiring after 36 years of service with the state of Kansas.

Moulin started at KDOT as an equipment operator located in Osage City on July 3, 1979. Over the years he worked his way up through KDOT’s equipment operator level progression program and then into maintenance supervisory positions. He served as the Area Four maintenance superintendent in Topeka for several years before transferring back to his original KDOT home in Osage City.

In his current position, Moulin oversees all maintenance activities and staff in a four-county area including Douglas, Lyon, Osage and Wabaunsee counties in northeast Kansas.

Moulin said one of the things he will miss most are “the friendships he has developed over the years with so many wonderful people that he has worked with in his KDOT family.”

After retirement, Moulin plans to spend time with his grandchildren and work on his family farm. He and his wife, Cindy, reside in Osage City and have four children: son Major Jacob Moulin; daughter Annie and husband Jared Brock; daughter Stevie and husband Parker Amos; and son Samuel Moulin. Grandchildren include Hank and Jack Moulin, Bodhi and Lila Brock, and Grady Amos.

Information thanks to Kansas Department of Transportation.


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