The David Pettigrew Foundation is the Eastside Non-Profit of the Day!
The Foundation’s mission is to promote awareness, safety and education for participants in outdoor recreation and sporting activities, especially in the mountains and wilderness areas of the Pacific Northwest.
David Pettigrew was born September 15, 1976 he grew up on Mercer Island, Washington. He attended the University of Montana, which was only minutes away from his beloved Rock Creek where he spent many hours fly fishing. He did everything with energy and enthusiasm. He thoroughly enjoyed his work and music. He thrived in the out-of-doors and was a superb fly fisherman, skier, snow- boarder and golfer. He spent days exploring rivers around Seattle and was especially adept at sea-run cut throat and steelhead fishing on the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River and the Tolt River. David also fished extensively on the Olympic Peninsula Rivers and in British Columbia and Alberta. He served as a guide in the back woods of Alaska for a summer. David died in a snowboarding accident at Alpental Ski Resort in Washington on December 7, 2005.
Here is the information they listed on their listing on the Eastside Business Directory listing at BellevueBusinessJournal.com:
Kirkland, WA 98033