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Franklin was a PSIA member for many years and taught skiing at Ski Acres and Stevens Pass before moving on to coaching and being active in the racing world (he was a volunteer on the slopes for the Vancouver Olympics, yearly at the Lake Louise downhill race). The past few years he has been very active in hiking, mountaineering and climbing — finishing his 500th climb in Columbia in December. He passed away on January 18th in a mountaineering accident. There is quite a bit of information on the web:
Franklin’s website: http://www.fwbdesign.com/
A Celebration of life will be held at the Mountaineers on Saturday, March 15th.
Celebration of Franklin Bradshaw’s life
March 15th, 2014 at 6:00pm at The Mountaineers
7700 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Franklin was dedicated to sharing his love of the outdoors with others and was committed to pass that passion on to the next generation. So, in lieu of flowers, we request that donations be made to The Mountaineers youth programs towards establishing a Franklin Bradshaw Youth Fund Attn: Development, 7700 Sand Point Way N.E., Seattle, WA 98115 (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for electronic instructions).
Bart Singley passed away October 11, 2012 in Joseph, Oregon. He was born in Salida, Colorado on July 14, 1965 he was 47 at the time of his death. He grew up in Leadville, Colorado and attended school there, and graduated in 1983 and attended Wenatchee Valley College in Wenatchee, Washington. Bart was an avid outdoorsman. He loved skiing, hiking, mountain riding, golfing, camping, and running.
Bart was employed with U.S. Forest Service as a firefighter and was assistant FMO with the Wallowa Whitman National Forest in Joseph, Oregon . He had worked in Virginia, New Mexico, Wyoming , and Oregon for the U. S. Forest Service in one capacity or another for 25 years. He was extremely dedicated and very passionate about his profession. Bart dearly loved skiing and taught skiing at various ski areas across the United States, and was also passionate about his membership with the PSIA. Please keep his daughter, family, friends, and his dog Sammy in your prayers. Thank you Beverly Morgan Bart’s sister