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‘Too good to lose’ — Friends, family and firefighters pay tribute to fallen smokejumper Tim Hart

Each autumn, when the firefighting season came to an end, Tim Hart would return to Cody. As the cottonwoods yellowed and the elk descended from the high country, the smokejumper would head up the South Fork of the Shoshone River, recalled his friend, Ben Werner. In his younger years, Hart would simply sleep in his truck, accompanied only by a stuffed eagle he’d named Humphrey.
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Remembering Smokejumper and Cody Resident Tim Hart (1984-2021)

It was a solemn memorial for wildland firefighter Tim Hart, as Saturday’s service in Cody celebrated the spirit that made him “a consummate smokejumper.”. Hundreds of people gathered at the Spike Vannoy Football Field at Cody High School for the memorial of Tim David Hart. A Cody resident, Hart died of injuries sustained while fighting the Eicks Fire in southern New Mexico on June 21984-2021.
Cody, WYPowell Tribune

Tim Hart comes home

Park County welcomed Tim Hart home on Sunday, with American flags posted at major intersections and people lining the streets of Cody. Hart, a firefighter with the West Yellowstone Smokejumpers and Cody resident, died from injuries sustained while fighting a wildland fire in New Mexico last month. His flag-draped coffin...
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Tim Hart Is Coming Home

Smokejumper Tim Hart will be making his final journey home to Cody today June 6th, 2021, around 3:00 p.m. Tim Hart passed away due to injuries that he sustained during a smoke jump. The jump was on the Eicks Fire in southern New Mexico. A procession of fire trucks as...

U.S. Forest Service Mourns the Death of Firefighter Tim Hart

June 4, 2021 - Bozeman, MT. - U.S. Forest Service mourns the loss of wildland firefighter Tim Hart who was fighting fire in New Mexico. “I am deeply saddened to share that Tim Hart, a Forest Service Smokejumper, has died from injuries sustained on May 24 while responding to the Eicks Fire in Hildago County, New Mexico,” said Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen. “Our hearts go out to Tim’s family, loved ones, friends, fellow Forest Service employees, and the entire wildland fire community, and I ask that you keep them in your thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow while respecting the family’s privacy.”

Cody Native Tim Hart Dies Fighting New Mexico Fire

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. A Cody native has lost his life while fighting a fire in New Mexico. The U.S. Forest Service announced Thursday that Tim Hart, a forest service smokejumper stationed in West Yellowstone, Montana, died from injuries sustained while responding to a fire in Hildago County, New Mexico.
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Tim Hart, a Cody resident and wildland firefighter was critically injured while fighting a f…