Search & Rescue remembering Ray Shriver on the anniversary of his death

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Today marks the 6th anniversary of Ray Shriver’s death. Shriver was a founding member of Teton County Search and Rescue.

Shriver was killed February 15, 2012 near Togwotee Mountain Lodge while on a mission to assist an injured snowmobiler. The helicopter Shriver was riding in went down in high winds. Shriver and fellow TCSAR volunteer Mike Moyer were injured, as was the pilot Ken Johnson. Shriver later died at the scene waiting for help. He was 63.

Shriver’s memory is celebrated by TCSAR every year on the anniversary of his death. He is remembered as a gifted dog handler, a thoughtful and patient mentor, and a dedicated team member of Search and Rescue.

Care to share your Shriver memory.

Scene of the helicopter wreck February 2012. (TCSO)
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