Retired Washington State Patrol Employee Association
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 I started my career in law enforcement in 1973 at the Salt Lake City Police Department in Records and Dispatch. We then moved to Helena Montana in 1976 and I worked for the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office and the Helena Police Department until we moved to Liberty Lake in 1985.  After working a year at the Spokane County Sheriff's Office in the jail, I finally got hired by Bob Jewell and started in dispatch at the Spokane office of WSP in December of 1986.

 

2017 BOD - Secretary / Treasurer - Phyllis Taylor

 

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I remained in Spokane for my entire career and retired as a CO3  in 2010 so that I could go to Texas and watch my oldest grandson play basketball his senior year.  I then returned to Spokane and worked part-time dispatching until May of 2014 when I retired completely.

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I look forward to this new experience with the RWSPEA.  I'm excited about it!  I have been attending our local retiree's breakfasts regularly and love talking about old times and seeing everybody.  Unfortunately, since my entire career was in Spokane, I didn't meet a lot of others but look forward to making new friends now.


Greg and I have been married 49 years and we have a daughter, Trisa, in California and a son, Trevor, in Spokane.  We have five grandchildren, ages 22 to 17. I now spend a lot of my time training and competing with my standard poodle in Obedience.  I am the Secretary for my dog club. I love glamping (RV camping), fishing, boating, riding wave runners, bowling, reading, gathering with friends, and watching cop shows on TV!