Snake Bite Victim a "Model of Volunteerism"

Ed Zieralski offers more details on the life of William “Skip” Price, who died last Wednesday after being bitten by a rattlesnake on California’s Boulder Creek.
“[Charlene] Price said her husband, a licensed captain who once ran research ships for Scripps Institution of Oceanography, embodied the spirit of the Golden State Flycasters, whose mission statement is to do conservation work and spread the gospel of fly fishing to all, especially kids.” In the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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