Bryce Mountain Ski Patrol Wins The
The Bryce Mountain Ski Patrol's 35 members offer the skiing public a combined 550 years of patrolling experience! We are a group of volunteers and paid professionals whos primary concern is the safety of the skiing public. Every patroller receives extensive training and instruction on first aid, advanced first aid and toboggan handling skills.
Outstanding Small Patrol Award for Southern Division
When you visit Bryce Resort, know that there is a group of dedicated, professional ski patrollers working behind the scenes to ensure that you have a fun, safe skiing experience.
The Bryce Resort "Ski-Cam" presented by the Bryce Ski Team
Marsha Dean Farris
1967 - 2004
On Thursday, April 15, 2004, beloved wife of Joel K. Farris and mother of Jackson Marshall Farris of Alexandria, died unexpectedly at Johns Hopkins University Hospital. A former Labor and Delivery Nurse at Washington Hospital Center, and Ski Patroller at Bryce Resort, she fought a battle with cancer the past three years. Marsha is also survived by her parents, Marshall and Deanna Penix; her brother and sister, Anthony and Tonya Penix of Asheville, NC; and many loving family and friends.
Read a memorial from Marsha's father-in-law.
Michael B. Monaghan
1952 - 2004
Michael B. Monaghan, a proud member of NSP since 1986, and a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, lost his long battle with leukemia on Wednesday morning, March 19th, 2004. Mike joined NSP in Heidelberg, Germany while on active duty in the Army. He started with the Heidelberg Ski Patrol where he completed basic training in 1986. He immediately continued his training and became an OEC instructor and a Senior Patroller in 1987. After his tour in Germany Mike was reassigned to the Washington, DC area where he joined the Wintergreen Ski Patrol before transferring to our Patrol in the Southern Division. Mike is survived by his 20-year-old daughter, Meggan a senior patroller, his 16-year-old son, Corey, who also recently became a Basic Ski Patroller before his DadŐs untimely death, and former wife Judi Kay-Monaghan, Southern Division OEC Program Supervisor. Mike was fun to be around and he will be missed.