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First responders zip to Wild Waves

Left to right: Federal Way School Board Member Danny Peterson, South King Fire & Rescue Captain Dave Mataftin, South King Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Vic Pennington, South King Fire & Rescue Commissioner John Rickert, South King Fire & Rescue Chief Al Church,  King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer, Washington State Patrol Trooper Sergeant Mike Rupert, Gina Miller, fiancé of fallen Washington State Patrol Trooper Tony V. Radulescu, Washington State Patrol Capt. Chris Gunderman, Wild Waves General Manager Todd Suchan, King County Sheriff Steve Strachan, Federal Way Police Department Commander Chris Norman, South King Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Gordie Olson, Federal Way Police Department Lieutenant Brett Hatfield. - Courtesy photo
Left to right: Federal Way School Board Member Danny Peterson, South King Fire & Rescue Captain Dave Mataftin, South King Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Vic Pennington, South King Fire & Rescue Commissioner John Rickert, South King Fire & Rescue Chief Al Church, King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer, Washington State Patrol Trooper Sergeant Mike Rupert, Gina Miller, fiancé of fallen Washington State Patrol Trooper Tony V. Radulescu, Washington State Patrol Capt. Chris Gunderman, Wild Waves General Manager Todd Suchan, King County Sheriff Steve Strachan, Federal Way Police Department Commander Chris Norman, South King Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Gordie Olson, Federal Way Police Department Lieutenant Brett Hatfield.
— image credit: Courtesy photo

June 27 was First Responders Day at Wild Waves Theme Park in Federal Way, where first responders received free entry to the park and a free ride on the park’s new Soaring Eagle Zip Line.

In attendance was Gina Miller, fiancée of recently fallen Washington State Trooper Tony Radulescu, and other local first responders, to accept a donation from the theme park for the Anthony Radulescu Memorial Fund. To learn more, visit wildwaves.com.

 

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