Year inducted: 2018
Robert "Bob" Livermore was an Olympic skier and one of the original picks by "Minnie" Dole to be a charter member to serve on a publicity team to add prestige and authority to the NSP. Bob Livermore fully supported the NSPS organization and went on to serve in many leadership roles, including NSPS vice chair under Dole. He became the first Eastern Division director and is credited for organizing the Eastern Division setup.
Bob tabulated results of a national survey of patrol directors and national patrollers for publication in the NSPS Ski Patrol Manual, wrote an article on safe trail construction, and was named NSPS Outstanding Patrolman in the 1941-42 season.
Livermore served in the 10th Mountain Division and participated in the assault on Riva Ridge in Italy during World War II. He was inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 1977.