Mark Stegall was more than a camp coach and park manager for MHSSC.
He was an enthusiast of shredding, passing on his enthusiasm, passion, skills and love for the sport to all who approached.
He gave his personal time to helping others achieve what they aspired for, and what they feared.
Mark has managed mhssc's park for quite some time now, and for any of you who ever approached our terrain park on mt hood during the summer in search of shredding some features, you know mark was open to offer if you were willing to dig a little.
He did work his ass of at every corner of our camp. From building our skate ramps, all our park features to driving one camper all the way to the coast to share some surfing knowledge for a day.
He was a selfless man who gave his heart for our shredding youth.
Mark was in a terrible boarder cross accident in tahoe a few weeks ago, he went home and complained of some back and neck pain. He was found dead in his tahoe apartment days later.
This is devastating to our camp. Our current freestyle group will continue to operate a passionate, open-minded terrain park for freestyle snowboarders and skiers.
Here is a link to a memorial page that includes many photos and statements from the people who loved him.
Here is a link to his memorial facebook page.