Bill Quistorf ’80 featured in segment of National Geographic episode

Bill Quistorf ’80 of Everett, Washington, chief pilot with the Snohomish County Helicopter Rescue Team in Washington state, is featured on an episode of National Geographic’s “Extreme Rescues.”

The “Back from the Dead” episode details a dramatic and dangerous mountain rescue in 2018. The segment featuring Quistorf’s rescue team begins at the 30:40 minute mark, and Quistorf speaks early in the segment.

A feature story about Quistorf and his work was published in the Winter 2018 issue of Ripon Magazine. Read it here.

At Ripon, he majored in art.


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