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DC10 Thompson

Doyon Camp 10 (DC10) Thompson is an 80-bed camp with 18 single occupancy and 31 double occupancy rooms. Single occupancy rooms have private bathrooms. The 31 double occupancy rooms share nine private bathrooms.

The camp consists of 27 skid-mounted units arranged side-by-side. DCT includes a full-service kitchen and dining room, recreational room, exercise room, mud room, reception area with billeting office, five offices, and an infirmary. All rooms will be equipped with televisions. Two laundry rooms house 11 sets of washers and dryers.

DC10 is equipped with forced air electric heat, and individual heaters in each room. All kitchen appliances are electric.

DC10 is provided with two Tier IV 500kw generators; one is primary and the other standby.

DC10 is a complete camp featuring several amenities including:

  • Full kitchen and dining room
  • Recreation room
  • Exercise room
  • Infirmary
  • Wired for TV in each bedroom
  • Self-serve washers and dryers

Morris Thompson

The late Morris Thompson, a Koyukon Athabascan, was born and raised in Tanana, Alaska. The son of Warren Thompson from Indiana and Alice (Grant) Thompson from Tanana, Morris dedicated his life to Alaska issues and its peoples.

Morris was one of the State’s prominent business leaders. His service included being commissioner of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, served as president and co-chairman of the Alaska Federation of Natives and was the founding vice-president of Commonwealth North, as well as a special assistant to the Secretary of the Interior in the Hickel administration. He served on the board from March 1979 to November 1980. In 1985, he took over the helm of Doyon, Limited as president and CEO, leading the corporation as it became one of the most profitable and stable Alaska Native Corporations. He retired from Doyon on December 30, 1999.

Morris never forgot his village roots. He always referred to himself as “just another boy from Tanana.” He used his wit, values, and wisdom to heal, unite and lead. His lifelong commitment to bringing all Alaskans together in progress and prosperity made him a true bridge between cultures.

Each year, Doyon, Limited and Doyon Foundation host the Morris Thompson Memorial Golf Classic. This event raises money for Doyon Foundation’s Morris Thompson competitive scholarships, which are awarded to students who exhibit Morris’ most-admirable qualities, including vision, dedication to excellence, exemplary leadership, and integrity. Since inception of the event, the Foundation has awarded 214 Morris Thompson Memorial competitive scholarships totaling $556,180.


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