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MRA and NASAR Honor Steve Hudson with the Hal Foss Award

Monday, June 16th, 2014

On Saturday, June 7 at the Mountain Rescue Association (MRA)/ National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR) Joint Conference in Woodcliff Lake New Jersey, PMI founder Steve Hudson was posthumously awarded the prestigious Hal Foss Award for his decades of dedication to Search and Rescue. On hand to accept the award from George Rice were Jeff Bowles, Karen Padgett and Tom Wood from PMI, and Allen Padgett representing the Walker County Cave and Cliff Rescue Team. Many thanks to NASAR from all of the friends and family of PMI for the award, Steve would have been honored.

Memorial Service for Steve Hudson

Monday, December 30th, 2013

A Memorial Service to celebrate and remember the life of Steve Hudson will take place at noon on Saturday, January 25, 2014 in the Walker County Civic Center located in Walker County, Georgia.

The Walker County Civic Center is located at:
10052 North HWY 27
Rock Spring, GA 30739

The family will receive guests following the service. Light refreshments will be served.

In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate a donation made in Steve’s name to one of the following charities:

Heifer International
1 World Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72202

Southeastern Cave Conservancy
4311 7th Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37407

The National Speleological Society
(for either the NCRC or the headquarters building fund)
2813 Cave Avenue
Huntsville, AL 35810-4413 USA

American Cancer Society
P.O. Box 22718
Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718

For further information please contact Sherry Cox at 706-764-1437 extension 234, or at scox@pmirope.com.

Ok, I bought a rope, so now what?

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

After you’ve made your rope selection, which is a whole other process that will have a blog post on here soon, what do you do with your rope? What do you do after you’ve done all your research and made the best choice for your rope needs? The things to do to maximize your rope’s life are not all that hard to figure out. Here I’m going to break down what you should do from when you receive the box with your rope in it to when you remove it from service in just 6 steps. (more…)


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