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Lex Maxwell obituary

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Hi Folks,

I help John Harlin with the In Memoriam section of the AAJ, and I'm looking for someone to write an obituary of Lex Maxwell. Anyone who'd like to volunteer or has suggestions is welcome to email me @ camburns@rof.net.

Thanks, Cam Burns

 

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If you are referring to the same Lex Maxwell that was one of the "Founding Fathers" of Central Washington Mountain Rescue, and Mountain Rescue in the PNW in general, I could probably put you in touch with one of the few surviving members who would have been in the original unit with him over 50 years ago.

 

You also might try getting a hold of Lowell Skoog, since he talked with Lex on the phone a few years back. Lowell is fraught with PNW mountain lore.

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