Ryan Barr Obituary, Death Cause – The name of the skier who was killed Thursday in an avalanche in Utah’s backcountry has been made public by the relevant authorities. The party of skiers that Ryan Barr, age 46, was with when they triggered the slide in the Upper Weber Canyon area of Summit County, Utah, caused his death. avalanche was determined to be the father of a California resident. The party of skiers that Ryan Barr, age 46, was with when they triggered the slide in the Upper Weber Canyon area of Summit County, Utah, caused his death. Barr was originally from the San Diego area of California and he is survived by his wife and daughter. The following statement was issued by his family, which was distributed by the Summit County Sheriff’s Office:
According to the sheriff’s office, Barr’s family has asked for privacy while they mourn the loss of their loved one. Another skier was swept up in the avalanche, but he managed to escape unharmed. In the statement that was released on Sunday, the sheriff’s office expressed their “sincerest condolences” to the Barr family as well as their friends. “Show your loved ones that you care by hugging them frequently and telling them how much you adore them.”
“Ryan was a loving spouse, father, son, and brother to all of his family members. He was a member of a large, loving family who did everything together and treasured the time they got to spend together, especially on vacations, birthdays, and other special occasions. Everyone cherished Ryan and will always remember him for his huge personality, his generosity, and his ability to brighten a room with his smile. He had a career in commercial real estate and enjoyed cooking, skiing, and surfing in his spare time. He enjoyed life to the fullest before being snatched from us much too soon. His family, especially his wife Caroline and their young daughter Anna, will miss him terribly.