Deputy Game Protector Leroy Brown Stackhouse

Deputy Game Protector Leroy Brown Stackhouse

Pennsylvania Game Commission, Pennsylvania

End of Watch Sunday, September 28, 1969

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Leroy Brown Stackhouse

Deputy Game Protector Leroy Stackhouse suffered a fatal heart attack while attempting to remove a deer carcass from Route 191, near the intersection with Route 507, in Newfoundland, Pennsylvania.

A resident had called him to report that the carcass was in the roadway at about 7:35 pm. A passing motorist discovered his body in the roadway approximately one hour later.

Deputy Game Protector Stackhouse had served with the Pennsylvania Game Commission for 42 years and also held a commission as a deputy game agent with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. He was survived by his wife, two daughters, and eight grandchildren.


  • Age 68
  • Tour 42 years
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Heart attack

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