Useful Information - Employees Making A Difference

Thurston County Sheriff's Office employees are making a difference in our community.

Throughout the year Sheriff's Office employees can be found volunteering their time, money, and resources.

Whether it's coaching our youth, disaster relief, organizing or involved in fund-raisers, often Sheriff's Office employees can be found participating.




Members of the Thurston County Sheriff's Office participating in the 2010 Special Olympics Torch Run


Members of the Thurston County Sheriff's Office along with local law enforcement officers participate in the 2010 Red Robin Tip a Cop.

Pictured from Left to right. The General Manager of Olympia Red Robin, Sheriff's Support staff member Julie Gillis, Lacey Officer Sean Bell, Deputy Brian Cassidy, A Special Olympic Athlete - Mathew, Deputy John Snaza, and Pe Ell Marshal Joe Vukich.

Over $2,700 was raised for this great cause. Sheriff's employees that participated and were not pictured are: Deputies Camm Clark and Dave Rogers, and Support Staff Carol Anderson, Lisa Dracolby, and Kaye Snyder.


Members of the Sheriff's Office participating in the 2009 Special Olympics Torch Run


The Ski-to-Sea Race is a 90 mile relay race that includes Cross Country and Downhill Skiing, Run, Road Bike, Canoe, Mountain Bike, and Sea Kayaking events. 414 teams participated the Sheriff's Office team came in 246th place in a little over 9 hours. Sheriff's Office participants were - Back row: Deputy Cameron Simper, Detective Jason Casebolt, Deputy Kevin Slease, and Detective Steve Hamilton. Front row: Deputy Jim Esslinger, Deputy David Claridge, Deputy Brian Goheen, and Deputy Bryent Finch.


Detective Jason Casebolt is in the red.


Deputy Jim Esslinger completing the Sea Kayaking leg.


Deputy Tyson Beall helping out at the Washington State Special Olympics


Sheriff's Office personnel are among the 120 registered riders at a the rider's briefing for the first annual Ride To The Mountain Sponsored by the Deputy Sheriff's Association to support the Rochester Booster Club.


Let's Ride!


Members of the Sheriff's Office participating in the 2008 Special Olympics Torch Run


Detective Jason Casebolt coaching a junior cycling team "Rad Racing NW"


Sheriff's Office employees Tip - A - Cop for Special Olympics Julie Gillis, Jamie Gallagher, Kaye Snyder, Brian Cassiday, Alan Clark, Tyson Beall


Lt. Greg Elwin Head coach of the Black Hills Junior Football League Lions


Lt. Greg Elwin explaining why the referee should call the game his way


Big Brothers Big Sister Golf Tournament fund-raiser

Sheriff Dan Kimball, Chief Dave Pearsall, Undersheriff Brad Watkins, Captain George Eaton, Sergeant Chris Dhuyvetter