Baker Ski Area worker dies on the job Mt. Baker Ski Area, Nov. 19, 2015. Philip A. Dwyer firstname.lastname@example.org i Order Reprint of this Story A longtime Mount Baker Ski Area employee died of an apparent heart attack Sunday while on the job, checking operations before the New Years Day opening. Ski area marketing manager Amy Trowbridge said Randy Hook, 67, was found slumped over a snowmobile about 8:30 a.m. Sunday, before the ski area opened, and could not be revived. He really was just a sweet guy, Trowbridge said. She said hed worked at the ski area for 46 years, mostly as part of the pro patrol that conducts snow control against slides.
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