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  Mt. Everest 2004: IMG Mount Everest Expedition 2004
South Side (Nepal) The Team


The climbing team members

 

Kevin Flynn

Dan Barter

Brien Sheedy

Bruce Bramhill

Ron Hoglin

Mike Dunnahoo

John Matthews

Khoo Swee Chiow

Will Cross

Brad Clement

Jason Tanguay

Mark Tucker

 

The Base Camp trek members (as of 10 March)

 

Phil and Susan Ershler (Leaders)

Kathleen O’Toole

Kelly Stewart

Richard Ripple

Mark Damm  (also Island Peak)

Shelley Damm (also Island Peak)

Mark Holbrook (also Island Peak)

 

 

The IMG 2004 Everest Expedition Sherpa Team (as of 10 March)

 

Ang Pasang Sherpa (Pangboche) Sardar

Ang Chiring Sherpa (Pangboche) HA Sherpa

Mingma Tshering Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Dorjee Lama Sherpa (Bakanji) HA Sherpa

Panuru Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Phunuru Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Mingma Ongyel Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Karma Rita Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Ang Phinjo Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Kami Pasang Sherpa (Khumjung) HA Sherpa

Nima Karma Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Phinjo Sherpa (Phortse) HA Sherpa

Tashi Dorjee Sherpa (Pangboche) HA Sherpa

A Rita Sherpa (Thame) HA Sherpa

Ram Bahadur Tamang HA Sherpa

Mingmar Sherpa (Jantarkhani) ABC Cook

Ang Karsang Sherpa (Khunde) BC Cook

Mingma Tenzing Sherpa (Phortse) Assistant ABC cook

Pasang Nuri Sherpa (Baganje) Assistant cook

Bal Bahadur Gharti (Rolpa) Cook-boys

Tuk Bahadur Battarai (Khotang) Cook-boys

Phurba Sherpa (Tingla) Mail Runner

 

Eric Simonson IMG Expeditions

Eric Simonson, veteran expedition leader, Everest Summiter, author and motivational speaker.
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