Andy Wirth has been a key stakeholder in the business development around Lake Tahoe area over the last few years. He represents the Squaw Valley, a skiing and resort establishment. The area is popular for its winter weather perfect for winter sports.
Several years past, Andy Wirth ventured into skydiving for fun and loved it. However, the party lasted a short while as a routine dive resulted in a life threatening accident.
A Crunchbase article opined that Andy With landed in a vineyard incurring injuries all over his bod and losing his right arm. He hung on for his dear life and bled extensively, a story he narrates so often.
The accident put him out of his daily activities as he underwent multiple surgeries and an extended recovery period. For nearly three months, he struggled to come to terms with the developments in his life. Doctors fought around the clock to repair his arm without much success.
Nevertheless, WSJ reports that Andy Wirth has found a new lease of life. His recovery and rehabilitation efforts have stepped up thanks to his family and friends. Most notably, his association with the Navy Seals Foundation whose members visit the Squaw Valley has contributed immensely to his progress.
Previously, the two parties had raised over $40,000 to assist injured and retired Navy Seals. Now, Andy Wirth (you can get full details here https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfSquawValley/posts/10152191670133708) trains with his new friends for an upcoming Ironman event.
Andy feels the competition will serve him well as he rehabilitates his physical and mental persona. HE has also made a graceful return to his office duties as CEO of the Squaw Valley.
The business community, as well as residents of the Lake Tahoe area, must be relieved to have Andy back in good health. He represents the interests of both parties in public policy and decision-making at the municipal level. Andy possesses an enormous online following on Facebook where he shares updates on his life and the Squaw Valley.