Search and Rescue Helicopter Pilot
Dr. Marty Finn was a search and rescue helicopter pilot. Here she had successfully landed on this rock. There were two climbers stranded there because one had a broken leg. They talk about how that lady pilot skillfully saved their lives.
Marty was ten years old when her mother passed away. Poor old Henry raised that girl alone.
Henry Finn had been a pilot for the county with search and rescue emergencies for thirty-five years. After some major heart problems, he was forced to retire. Henry also flew the SAR helicopter the county stored at Miner’s Pass landing strip.
Marty was determined to follow in her father’s footsteps. She had learned to fly the Cessna 182s single engine plane her father owned before she went away school to became a paramedic.
She was also determined not to let her past heartaches show.
People that knew Marty well, knew she was an injured soul.
She had this in common with Joel.