One of the victims of a deadly plane crash in Montrose last november will be memorialized with the naming of a ski trail at Telluride Ski Resort. The ski run will be named “Teddy's Way” for 14-year-old Teddy Ebersol who was killed November 28th, when his family's chartered jet crashed during takeoff from Montrose Regional Airport.
Teddy was an avid skier in Telluride where his parents, N.B.C. sports executive Dick Ebersol and his wife actress Susan Saint James own a home.
A formal dedication will take place at the resort Saturday, March 12th, and according to a spokesperson, Ebersol and Saint James are expected to attend.
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