WSP Carlton Complex Fire Losses

WSP Carlton Complex Fire Losses

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WSP Suffers Carlton Complex Fire Losses

Retired Trooper Rob Koczewski died of a heart attack while fighting the fire near his Okanogan County home.  Click for more information:
Sergeant Lex Lindquist (177) and Trooper Ted Shook (524) both from the District 6 Okanogan Detachment lost their homes early Friday morning, July 18, in the Carlton Complex Fire, Okanogan County.


There have been several inquires on how to help the WSP employees and retiree losses as a result of the fires in Eastern Washington.

For those who would like to contribute to Retired Trooper Robert Koczweski’s wife, you can send your contribution to her in a card addressed to her:

C/O Washington State Patrol,

2822 Euclid Ave.

Wenatchee, WA  98801

For those who would like to contribute to the two officers who lost their homes, the Special Daily Bulletin information below describes how to make those contributions.

July 24, 2014

Sergeant Lex Lindquist, badge #177, and Trooper Ted Shook, badge #514, lost their homes to the Carlton Complex fire located in the Pateros/Brewster area on July 17, 2014.  Anyone wishing to help can send a donation to the:

WSP Memorial Foundation,

PO Box 7544,

Olympia, WA 98507.

Please indicate on your check it is for the Lindquist/Shook fires.  All donations will be directed to Sergeant Lindquist and Trooper Shook.

Dan Eikum, President

WSP Memorial Foundation

Terry Hurlbut