The all-terrain vehicle accident that claimed the life of a nineteen-year-old at Montana’s exclusive Yellowstone Club took place on the first night of the community’s yearly family weekend, according to a person familiar with the event.
The ski-and-golf club — including Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) co- founder Bill Gates, Greg LeMond, Tour de France champion and Cliff Asness, hedge fund manager of AQR for Capital Management LLC, as members — holds the 3-day “Camp Yellowstone” every year. There is a tug-of-war, an egg toss and sack races, according to the person, who stated that he could not talk publicly regarding the activities at the private club southwest of Bozeman.
What was set out to be a happy occasion became horrific. Parker Regan, of Mendham, New Jersey, was killed after his prep-school roommate, James Sinclair Welch, the son of a New York hedge-fund manager, made a turn late on Aug. 2 in the 13,600-acre camp, making Regan to fall out of the vehicle, according to an affidavit filed in state court by a Montana highway patrolman.
The nineteen-year-old Welch was taken into custody and charged with negligent vehicular homicide under the influence of alcohol. He was able to post $50,000 bail and was let out of jail Aug. 3.
Regan’s father, R. Christopher Regan, said in an Aug. 3 interview that his son was visiting the club with the Welch family. Regan and Welch were roommates at Suffield Academy, a boarding school in Suffield, Connecticut, where Regan was an honor student, according to the school’s website. Welch, who goes by Sinclair, is a star soccer player, according to the site.
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