Fallen Hotshots hailed from across Oregon

Kathi Beck, 24

Hometown: Beaverton

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

Hometown: Lebanon

In her sixth year with the Hotshots, Bickett grew up an athlete, running cross country and playing volleyball in high school.

Levi Brinkley, 22

Hometown: Burns

Brinkley was an outdoorsman who loved hunting, fishing and skiing as well as skydiving, rock climbing and bungee jumping.

Scott Blecha, 27

Hometown: Clatskanie

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

Hometown: Dallas

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

Hometown: Redmond

Holtby, a third-generation firefighter, played basketball and competed in track and cross country at Redmond High.

Robert Johnson, 26

Hometown: Roseburg

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

Hometown: Prineville

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.