Kathi Beck, 24
A senior at the University of Oregon, Beck was a rock and mountain climber who hoped to one day open an outdoor youth therapy program.
Tamara “Tami” Bickett, 24
In her sixth year with the Hotshots, Bickett grew up an athlete, running cross country and playing volleyball in high school.
Levi Brinkley, 22
Brinkley was an outdoorsman who loved hunting, fishing and skiing as well as skydiving, rock climbing and bungee jumping.
Scott Blecha, 27
Blecha served four years in the U.S. Marines before graduating cum laude with a degree in mechanical engineering from the Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls.
Doug Dunbar, 22
Hometown: McKenzie Bridge
An honor student at McKenzie High, Dunbar was also a baseball player and saxophonist. He was 15 credits short of a business degree from Southern Oregon State College when he died.
Terri Hagen, 28
A member of the Onondaga tribe of the Iroquois Nation, Hagen had served in the Army as a medic and was completing degrees in entomology and history at Oregon State University.
Bonnie Holtby, 21
Holtby, a third-generation firefighter, played basketball and competed in track and cross country at Redmond High.
Robert Johnson, 26
Johnson graduated with honors from Oregon State University in 1991 with a business administration degree and passed his Certified Public Accounting exam on his first attempt.
Jon Kelso, 27
Kelso played golf and managed the football team at Crook County High School. He had a wildlife science degree from OSU and was studying civil engineering at Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls.