BATDORF & BRONSON COFFEE ROASTERS FAMILY
The Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters is truly a family operation as evidenced by the way they treat their employees. The company’s 15- month support of employee Beverly Carlson during her struggle with breast cancer was above and beyond the efforts of most employers.
Thank you for the substantial support, compassion and help you provided to Bev and her son, Jacob. Thank you for the efforts you make to support the greater Olympia area. The company deserves recognition from this community.
Beverly Carlson’s Extended Family
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS OFFICERS
Community Corrections Officers (CCOs) in the State of Washington were once called Probation and Parole Officers. Probation and Parole is now known as Community Supervision. However the role and duties of the officers have not changed. They still monitor and enforce conditions imposed by a Superior Court Judge on felony offenders throughout the state. It takes commitment and dedication and it can be extremely dangerous. Our CCOs have arrest authority and are authorized to carry a firearm. CCOs go to the homes and have daily contact with some of the most dangerous felons in the state. The hazards of this profession are nearly identical to the ones faced by our law enforcement partners. Our CCOs don’t get much attention or credit for keeping our communities safe; however it is something they do with pride and honor every day. We are proud to recognize the CCOs in Thurston County for the duty they provide to the people of this state:
Corey Archibald, Patrick Austin, Michael Boone, Sasha Brooks, Dan Cochran, Mary Captain, John Chinn, Jose Cortez, Camille Dexter, Dennis Fetty, Jason Fiman, Mike Foster, Matt Frank, Tracy Gage, Humberto Guiler, Joice Hagen, Pete Hall, Jim Ison, John Jackson, Rosetta Jones, Sharese Jones, Richard Jordan, Sarah Krahn-Lewis, Dean Mayo, Andy Scroggs, Joe Smeall, Dave Thomson, Greg Tuitele, Sean Tuitele, Joe Van Buskirk, JoAnn Wiest, Fred Wiggins, Kristin Wissler, and Greg Young.
Tracy Grunenfelder & Kurtis Smith, Community Corrections Supervisors