The Jeff Lammers Shrine is on Snowmass. It was installed in 2017. Many thanks to Vega Brhely for telling the author about this shrine and for contributing the first 9 photos in the photo section below (taken in January, 2019), and also to Michael Lammers for contributing the 10th photo in the photo section below.
See this page for Jeff's obituary: https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/sheboyganpress/obituary.aspx?n=jeffrey-e-lammers&pid=181632027&fhid=14154, and it is set out in full below the photos. If you have information about Jeff that would be appropriate to add to this page, please send to AspenShrines@aol.com.
One of the items in the Shrine contains the quote, "Ski fast, take chances!" That was one of Jeff's favorite sayings.
The following was sent to me in February 2019 by a person who had worked with Jeff:
"I worked with Jeff for about 11 years and almost every year we had the opportunity to come to Aspen and ski. It was something we both loved to do and Aspen is a special place where we built great memories. Jeff was one of those people who really stood out and was well respected by everyone who met him. When Jeff was battling cancer we asked the people who worked for him to contribute to a list of words that described him and they listed respected, frank, level-headed, direct, honest, ethical, principled, candid, strategic, accomplished, sensible, fair, practical, pragmatic, influential, professional, effective, distinguished, and honorable. You may see some Hello Kitty stickers in the shrine. On one of our early trips to Aspen Jeff brought some of his daughter’s Hello Kitty and Care Bear stickers and started a tradition. Anytime somebody did something dumb (i.e. falling down in the lift line or getting on the chairlift, knocking someone else over, getting stuck in a tree well, etc.) they would earn a sticker. At the end of the day the Sticker Committee (a committee of one) would decide if someone deserved a sticker. If you questioned the Sticker Committee’s decision it was worth a sticker. At night the Sticker Committee would sneak down and apply the stickers to the deserving parties equipment, sometimes in obvious spots, but other times they were hidden on the helmet under goggles so the unsuspecting recipient would hit the slopes not knowing they had been awarded a sticker. Jeff last skied with us in Aspen in February of 2016. Two months later he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and then in July with colon cancer. As already noted, Jeff passed away in September of 2016. When we were there in February of 2016 we were skiing an area of Snowmass nicknamed Cheesehead Glades. We talked about building a Packer shrine the following year, but never dreamed at that time that we would be building the shrine in his honor a year later."
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