Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation, a nonprofit based at Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg Pennsylvania, is one of the nation's newest adaptive sports programs for people with disabilities. This rapidly growing program services wounded troops in the nearby Baltimore/Washington region, as well as civilian athletes with a wide range of disabilities.
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Ronald T. Beaumont, 83, of Westminster, died Monday, June 2, 2014, at Sinai Hospital. Born June 19, 1930, in Buffalo, N.Y., he was the son of the late Roland William Thomas Beaumont and Sylvia Shaffer Beaumont. He was the husband of Linda Shank Beaumont, his wife of 25 years. Before retiring, he was the ASID director of interior designer for Levenson and Klein Furniture stores.
He was an avid skier, a professional ski instructor and ski patroller for more than 50 years. He spent many of his retired years skiing in Colorado and Pennsylvania. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are children Kathleen Sauter, Brian E. Beaumont and Deborah Johnson; a brother, Gerald Beaumont; and grandchildren Abigail, Jacob, Zachary, Anthony and Roland. He was predeceased by a younger brother, Raymond Beaumont. Celebration of life services will be announced at a later date.
Online condolences may be offered at www.fletcherfuneralhome.net
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The 3rd Annual 100K Vertical Challenge
Congratulations and THANK YOU! The 100K Vertical exceeded it's $50,000 fundraising goal. This amazing accomplishment would not have been possible without the support and dedication of the participants and donors.
MERCERSBURG, Pa. (WUSA9) -- More than 70 skiers and snowboarders are attempting to ski 100,000 vertical feet in a single day at this southern Pennsylvania resort to support disabled athletes who want to learn snow sports. View video.
Chris Walker, a triple amputee, skiing with Gary Cox, a volunteer instructor with Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation.
Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation
Bill Dietrich was the Army's nominee for the 2012 Spirit of Hope Award, for his efforts in creating the Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation, which helps both injured service members and injured civilians learn to ski. Read More.....