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The MORE Team

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Jim is a life-long avid outdoorsman – backpacking, canoeing, cycling, kayaking, hiking, fly fishing, camping – and a retired US Army Colonel and combat veteran with 34 years of service culminating as a professor at the US Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of the US Naval War College, he holds four Masters Degrees and is a nationally-recognized writer. Jim is certified as an American Red Cross instructor, Wilderness First Responder, Basic Life Support (CPR-AED) provider, and Level II Search and Rescue Technician. Jim has taught wilderness medicine courses to professional groups and the public for over 12 years.


A life-long outdoorsman who has hiked, camped, and backpacked much of the American West, Dr. Dick Tenglin is a retired US Army Colonel and Special Forces combat veteran. His 28 years of service included assignments as: Group Surgeon, 7th Special Forces Group; Deputy Command Surgeon and Chief, Medical Ops, US Army Special Operations Command; and Command Surgeon, US Army Special Operations Command. Dick is an Army Master Parachutist, Flight Surgeon, Diving Medical Officer, Combat Diver, and Jumpmaster; as well as a graduate of the US Army Jungle Operations Course. His awards include the US Army’s Expert Field Medical Badge and Combat Medical Badge. Dick is board-certified in internal medicine, hematology, and oncology and still practicing medicine. In addition to his many medical qualifications, he is currently a Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Open Water Diving Instructor.

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Kate teaches Wilderness First Aid and CPR-AED for MORE.  She has been an English teacher since 2002 and has a master’s degree from Penn State and certificates in online teaching, instructional design, and writing instruction. Kate has been named teacher of the year by both the Pennsylvania School Study Council and the Shippensburg University Study Council. She is a Girl Scout leader, a Scouts BSA Aquatics Instructor for Camp Sinoquipe, and an American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor and Water Safety Instructor. 

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Larry is founder and owner of Penn Trails LLC  ( a company devoted to planning, designing and building natural surface trails throughout the United States.  Larry is also a deeply experienced outdoor educator, teaching a wide range of trails related classes and workshops.  Over his career, he has worked as a Pennsylvania State Parks Ranger, Appalachian Trail Overseer, backpacking guide, wilderness medicine instructor, and Wilderness EMT.  He is the 2003 recipient of the American Hiking Society’s Volunteer of the Year award and served two consecutive 3 year appointments on the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources State Trails Advisory Board.

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Sarah is a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant and graduated from McCann School of Business and Technology in 2012 with her associate’s degree. She has been working in the medical field for the past 12 years. CPR/AED and First Aid Certified, she currently is working full time in billing and coding in a medical office in Maryland. Sarah excels in research and marketing on social media and enjoys engaging with the public.  When she isn’t busy helping others, Sarah takes care of her family of two VERY active young boys!  Sarah joined MORE in 2019.


Charley is an experienced and enthusiastic outdoorsman who loves adventuring with his family.  Gifted at chasing, barking, and sniffing, he is MORE's Security Chief.  He voluntarily participates in product testing (as seen here).  When not out and about, he spends his time quietly at home with his feline brother and sister plotting mayhem and developing elaborate escape plans.

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