Scholarship started to honor local high school chemistry teacher killed in avalanche1 min read
WINTER PARK, Colo. (KDVR) – The family of Brian Bunnell, who was tragically killed while backcountry snowboarding in December, has started a scholarship in his honor.
“Our hope is that this ongoing scholarship keeps Brian’s impactful legacy alive and recognizes students who are enthusiastic about science, chemistry, and living life to the fullest,” Kelly Bunnell, Brian’s wife said.
Brian was passionate about life, science and the outdoors.
“We were out in the backcountry on Berthoud pass and we got caught in an avalanche and he didn’t make it,” Dade Bunnell, one of Brian’s sons, said.
His sons are members of the Winter Park Competition Center, according to Aimee Lewis, a…
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