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Larry Larkin named 2014 Arizona State SAR Coordinators Search & Rescue Volunteer of the Year!

Arizona SAR Volunteer of the Year Larry Larking shown with CCSOSAR Coordinator Sgt. Aaron Dick

Larry Larkin plays a pivotal role within Coconino County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue. His selfless contribution was recently honored by the Arizona State SAR Coordinators. Congratulations Larry, and thanks for all your hard work and dedication.

Coconino County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Patch

Search and Rescue prepares to load a subject onto the DPS Helicopter The Coconino County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Unit is a volunteer arm of the Sheriff's Office involved in performing the Sheriff's statutorily mandated function of conducting or coordinating search and rescue operations within the county. Search and Rescue operations are supervised by a deputy assigned as the Search and Rescue Coordinator. The Unit is trained by the Sheriff's Office to provide vital search and rescue services to the second largest county in the nation, which encompasses approximately 18,600 square miles of diverse and sometimes very remote rugged terrain.

Coconino County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Patch

The local Flagstaff Walgreens Distribution Center issued a check from their Annual fundraiser to Coconino County Search & Rescue. Thanks to all the employees for choosing us to be their last beneficiary.

Walgreens Distribution presents a check to Coconino County SAR

Front Row Left to Right: Gilbert Ayala – Outbound Manager, Sylvia Hamlett – Maintenance clerk, Mendy Miller – Computer Room, Rick DeLeon – Distribution Center Manager, Kim Colangelo - CCSAR Sec/Tres, Buddy McDonald - CCSAR volunteer, Sgt Aaron Dick - CCSAR coordinator

Back Row Left to Right: Rachelle Estes – Split Case Picker, Cindy Martin – Computer Room Function Manager, Greg Miller – Manager of Operations, Lisa Brownfield – Human Resources Specialist, Kori Alderette – Human Resources Generalist, Rhonda Snyder – Human Resources Generalist (not shown)

Coconino County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Patch

 

The following video production sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service, Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center, Coconino County Sheriff's Search and Rescue and Arizona Snowbowl addresses the dangers of avalanche in and around the Kachina Peaks Wilderness. The 8 minute video explains the resources necessary to safely enjoy the winter backcountry.

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