Steven M. Abramowicz is CEO and Editor of the Mill Creek View newspaper and host of the Mill Creek View podcast. He was born and raised in the wine country of Napa California and a graduate of the University of Southern California.
Vincent was honorably discharged from the United States Army Reserve in 1989 after serving 6 years and subsequently moved to Washington. He is currently a deputy with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s office; and has been for over 21 years.
Mark Harmsworth was elected in 2014 to the Washington State House of Representatives where he served two terms. His focus was on transportation and technology, including serving as the ranking member of the House Transportation Committee.
As a native of the Pacific Northwest, I come from a large, lively, and close-knit family. For us, food and nutrition was essential, but celebrating and living life with those we love became even more paramount. I gained appreciation for food and cultures in the diverse metropolitan city, Seattle.
I was born a natural athlete. As a collegiate football player, I knew from a young age that I was gifted with agility and balance. Growing up on the beaches of Southern California, I was acutely aware of my body and how it moved; both in and out of the water.
John T. Kartak grew up as the youngest among six kids on Green Lantern Farm near the beautiful Snohomish River Valley. His career as a General Contractor began in 1985 as part owner of AAA Kartak Glass & Closet where he worked several years as the Operations Manager.
Mill Creek resident, engineer, reporter covering Mill Creek city council and Olympia.
Pam Pruitt was Mayor of City of Mill Creek. City of Mill Creek is part of the Government industry, and located in Washington, United States.
Rogers obtained an associate degree in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh in 1990. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Andrew Jackson University in 2004. Rogers also obtained a J.D. from the Seattle University School of Law in 2007.
Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced the appointment of Terry Ryan as Aerospace Economic Development Director for the county. This new position will allow Snohomish County to focus on retaining, attracting, and diversifying the aerospace sector.
Scott was raised in Wisconsin with strong Midwestern values that instilled in him a love of family, an intrinsic sense of what is right, good manners, personal responsibility, and a strong work ethic.
I love being a realtor! Why? Well, buying or selling a home can be overwhelming, especially in our highly competitive market, and there are very few things more gratifying than finding that perfect home for a customer.