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"... To preserve the memory of the Washington State Department of Transportation fallen workers and to provide assistance to active and retired employees and their families in times of need."



Monthly Memorial Tribute
This month we pay tribute to and remember these
WSDOT employees who died in work zone incidents:

    Michael Malone, June 4, 1993, Northwest Region, transportation engineer. Mike was struck by a drunk driver who drove into a marked work zone.

    William F. Holmes, June 14, 1960, Headquarters, traffic recorder. Bill was resetting overturned traffic cones on the Lake Washington Bridge when he was struck by a car.

    William T. Owens, June 15, 1971, Southwest Region, maintenance technician. William was killed when a tractor he was repairing inadvertently started (workers thought it was in neutral) and ran over him.

    George J. Heaton, Claude M. Waterman, June 18, 1966, Two Eastern Region engineer technicians were killed when a driver fell asleep at the wheel and entered their survey work zone, striking both of them.




 

WSDOTMF News

WSDOT Retirees Luncheon

WSDOT Retirees Luncheon will be Wednesday, May 16th at Panorama City. Additional information is available by clicking here, or by emailing wsdotretirees@gmail.com.


2018 Worker Memorial Event

WSP Honor Guard leading family and friends of fallen workers past WSDOT Honor Guard to 2018 Worker Memorial Event.


New Fallen Worker Memorial

Presenting NWR with decommissioned HQ Worker Memorial and photo of new Worker Memorial.
L to R – Greg Selstead, Lorena Eng, Mike Cotton, Pasco Bakotich

Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar (second from left) with several of the Foundation Board Directors at the April 4th Worker memorial Event. Left to right: Troy Cowan (Foundation President), Chris Johnson, Bill Ford (Foundation Executive Director), Grant Rodeheaver (Foundation Vice President), Bart Gernhart and Jeff De Vere.


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A Monument in the making!



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