Eric Anderson and his wife had worked at the park for four years. She was shot to death on Jan. 1 while trying to stop a man who went through a snow chain checkpoint. He later died of drowning and hypothermia in a snowy creek.
Park Superintendent Randy King said Anderson is taking a training position at the fire and aviation management program in Boise, Idaho.
The Olympian reported that Anderson has previous experience as a firefighter. He has two daughters, ages 4 and 2.
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