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He went on to serve as the Chief of Police for the City of Algona before transitioning to a new career in financial services.
Along the way, Steve earned his MBA at Saint Martin's University, and BA at the University of Washington. Since fully retiring in 2017, he and his lovely wife Kristi live in his hometown of Olympia, where they enjoy visiting their three children and two beautiful grandchildren; while spending the rest of their time golfing, boating, traveling, family adventures and good friends.
In 1980, Steve began his career with the patrol, and graduated from the 59th Academy class, assigned to Monroe field force. During 25 years of service he was fortunate to serve as an Academy instructor, Internal Affairs Detective, Sergeant (Morton), Lieutenant (Spokane), Captain (Budget & Fiscal) before retiring in 2005 at the rank of Deputy Chief (Investigative Services Bureau).