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Provo Resident Has Spent 61 Years Maintaining Utah Ski Area

Screen-Shot-2020-02-11-at-4.18.03-PM Jerry Hill grooms a run in a snowcat while he inspects the mountain before Sundance Mountain Resort opens Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020, in Provo Canyon near Provo, Utah.

Since before Sundance Mountain Resort was established in 1969, back when the ski area was known as Timp Haven Ski Resort, Jerry Hill has been maintaining the slopes of Mount Timpanogos.

“There’s no real typical day,” said Jerry Hill of his jack-of-all-trades skillset and varied work assignments at Sundance Mountain Resort, where he now stands as the director of mountain operations.

Hill unassumingly began cultivating his love for snow sports and the mountains at the age of 14, when he and his father helped out S. Paul Stewart and his family, who were family friends of the Hills and owned Timp Haven Ski Resort.

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