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OPINION | Editorial: Election endorsement recap [4] Hobbs: Veterans and food trucks [4] Letters: Candidates and more [4] CRIME BLOTTER | Man breaks wrist on mailbox during fight, police log says [3] JOB CREATION | Company forecasts local job creation with medical businesses [3]

SPORTS | Federal Way fighters make SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2011 noise in MMA and boxing arenas [10]

CALENDAR | Upcoming events include holiday concerts and donation drives [2]

Police unions reject city health care package Mayor says decision jeopardizes jobs and savings BY GREG ALLMAIN gallmain@fedwaymirror.com

Three unions that represent the Federal Way Police Department voted no on changing health care providers for city employees. The

change, which would have saved the city nearly $619,000 with all parties on board, will now save approximately $300,000 — a result that will cost jobs, according to Federal Way Mayor Skip Priest and the city.

The city had been talking with staff and administrators since the summer regarding a change in health care providers. Federal Way is currently a part of a consortium through the Association of Washington Cities (AWC), and will strike out on its own as a cost savings measure. As part of that

change from consortium member to independent entity, Federal Way will also change from Regence to Group Health Cooperative for employee health benefits. Priest expressed his disappointment at the three police unions — the Police Officers Guild, the Lieutenant’s Police Association

and the Police Support Services Association — not coming along with the change. Priest took the chance to admonish them for not standing together with the city and the rest of its employees. “It turns out, quite frankly, that I was overly optimistic in thinking [ more UNIONS, page 13 ]

War bookends pilot’s military life Governor’s budget means losses here

Career included combat in Vietnam and Afghanistan

is so high with this budget proposal, it should be called the Public Safety in Peril In recent weeks, Gov. proposal,” Priest said in a Christine Gregoire released prepared statement through a preliminary budget that the city. “We’re already slashed many vital struggling to fund social programs police. The goverthroughout the nor’s proposal just state. Many of makes the difficult these cuts would impossible.” trickle down to the According to local level. the city, the elimiFederal Way nation of the two anticipates a posliquor streams sible $1.3 million would result in additional budget “We intend to make the loss of $87 our voice heard on million to local shortfall if the governor’s budget this issue, on what I law enforcement recommendations call a rash proposal funding stateare passed. wide. Another by the governor.” During the $59 million is Federal Way Mayor Nov. 1 Federal threatened by Skip Priest Way City Council proposed cuts to meeting, Mayor city and county Skip Priest shared his law enforcement agencies, thoughts on what the state’s along with the court and budget could mean for jail support systems. Federal Way. Federal Way Police Chief “We’re talking about Brian Wilson was also un(the governor’s) proposal happy with the proposals. to eliminate the sharing of [ more BUDGET, page 13 ] liquor profits and liquor excise taxes, as well as (the) elimination of support for local courts, jails and prosecuting attorneys,” he said. Priest said that $1.3 million loss from the state would directly impact the city’s law enforcement budget. According to the city, that would result in the loss of approximately 12 Federal Way Police Department positions. 6 89076 19979 7 “The potential for harm BY GREG ALLMAIN

gallmain@fedwaymirror.com BY ANDY HOBBS editor@federalwaymirror.com

As an army helicopter pilot in Vietnam, Gene Krueger had nerves of steel — or as he would say, he was young and stupid. On Dec. 2, 1969, Krueger came to the assistance of a downed Marine crew, piloting a UH-1H helicopter into an area under attack. “Despite the hazards of gusting winds, intense enemy fire and lack of visibility due to nightfall, Chief Warrant Officer Krueger succeeded in keeping the aircraft at a stationary hover below the tree line,” the official report said. “He maintained his position until ordered to vacate the area due to the intense enemy fire from at least five different locations.” For that act of bravery, Krueger earned one of two Distinguished Flying Crosses. He performed a similar death-defying extraction in June 1969: “He lowered his aircraft into the dense jungle with only inches of clearance and held his position until the team was secure and ready to be lifted out… He displayed superior fortitude as intense enemy fire was directed at his aircraft.” Krueger said his most frightening moment in [ more KRUEGER, page 7 ]

VETERANS DAY OBSERVANCE Local veteran Gene Krueger will be the keynote speaker at the second annual Honoring Our Own, a program that pays tribute to military veterans in the Federal Way area. The event will run 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at Todd Beamer High School, 35999 16th Ave. S. The event is sponsored by the Noon Kiwanis Club of Federal Way and the Historical Society of Federal Way. To learn more, contact (206) 412-5545. Pictured above: Federal Way resident Gene Krueger pilots a UH-1H helicopter in Vietnam in this 1969 photo. Right: Krueger holds a compilation of daily journal entries from his tour of duty in Afghanistan. On the cover are his wife, Sharon, and four daughters. ANDY HOBBS, The Mirror


[2] November 5, 2011 Book sale: Friends of the Library will hold a sale of used books Nov. 5 at the Federal Way Regional Library, 34200 1st Way S. To learn more or donate, contact Liz Gonzales at (253) 839-5684. Andrea Manske: A birthday celebration memorial walk to benefit a scholarship fund in honor of Andrea Manske will begin at 10 a.m. Nov. 6 at the BPA Trail at Cel-

www.federalwaymirror.com ebration Park. Call (253) 922-2106. Free barbershop chorus concert: The Harmony Kings Barbershop Chorus presents its 5th annual free Community Appreciation Concert at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 515 S. 312th St. Refreshments available. This a cappella chorus is comprised of men from across the South Sound region and meets 7:30 p.m.

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Free live jazz: The next ediTuesdays. Call (253) 435-6757. tion of Jazz LIVE at Marine View Small businesses: Interested in feature guitar maestro Pearl knowing how to get a loan to start, will Django at 5 p.m. Nov. 13 at 8469 expand or buy a small business? Drive NE, Tacoma. ApAttend the free business loan brief- Eastside pearing as a special guest vocalist ings at the South Sound Regional the vocal icon of the Northwest, Business Incubator (SSRBI) at noon isGreta Matassa. All ages welcome. Nov. 8. To register, contact Diane Contact www.marineviewpc.org or at (253) 929-1500 or dianem@ (253) 229-9206. federalwaychamber.com. Operation Christmas Child: Leaders speak: The Federal Donations of gift-filled shoeboxes Way Noon Kiwanis meets at noon will be collected Nov. 14-21 at Wednesdays at Old Country Buffet Our Savior’s Baptist Church in Fedon South 320th Street. Upcoming eral Way. To donate, contact Betty guest speakers include Iraq War Bjorklund at (253) 927-3030. veteran Cory Rueb (Nov. 9) Women’s Club: The and World War II survivor Club of Federal Elfi Hornby (Nov. 16). COMMUNITY Women’s Way monthly luncheon Veterans Day obsermeeting will be held vance: The second “Honat 11 a.m. Nov. 16 at oring Our Own” event will the Twin Lakes Golf and run 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Country Club. Cost is $13. Nov. 12, at Todd Beamer High Entertainment features clogging School, 35999 16th Ave. S. The by the Dixie Dancers. Newcomers event will feature local veterans welcome. Reservations and honor guards. Contact: diana@ always required. Call (253) 838-6753 or gulliford.com or (206) 412-5545. (253) 839-2489. Poverty movie: Independent Money matters: A free seminar documentary film “The End of on basic financial management, Poverty?” offers explanations and from wills to investments to budhope. Free showing, followed by geting, will run 8 a.m. to noon Nov. discussion, at 7 p.m. Nov. 12 at 19 at Marine View Presbyterian Wayside United Church of Christ, Church, 8469 Eastside Dr. NE, 2000 SW Dash Point Road. Adult Tacoma. Free childcare available. To topic. Contact: (253) 838-0915 or register, call (253) 927-0557. Office@waysideucc.org or www. Holiday bazaar: St. Vincent waysideucc.org. Paul Catholic School Holiday Jet Cities Chorus: A special show de Bazaar is being held 9 a.m. to 5 takes place 2 p.m. Nov. 13 at Todd p.m. Nov. 19 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Beamer High School, 35999 16th Nov. 20 at 30527 8th Ave. S. Craft Ave. S. It is a free concert but Jet vendors, home party consultants, Cities asks people to bring a donacraft classes, demonstrations and tion of canned food, infant item bake sale goodies will be available. or homeless item to benefit the Info: (206) 498-4889. Federal Way Multi-Service Center. [ more CALENDAR page 13 ] Email jetcitieschorus@gmail.com.

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Cops serve firefighters ice cream The fourth annual Federal Way Farmers Market Chili Cook-off, held Sept. 24, raised about $4,000 to benefit Special Olympics Washington and South King Firefighters Foundation. On Nov. 1, Federal Way police served ice cream to South King Fire and Rescue chili cook-off winners at Sub Zero. Awards were presented to sponsors and volunteers who helped make the cook-off possible. Pictured: Federal Way police spokeswoman Cathy Schrock serves Sub Zero ice cream to South King Fire and Rescue’s Kevin Crossen. See a photo slideshow at federalwaymirror.com. ANDY HOBBS, The Mirror

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Cascadia MedTech Association was created to help bring jobs to Federal Way and the surrounding companies. On Nov. 1, CEO Garry Welch told the Federal Way City Council that things are going well, but Cascadia is learning as it goes. Cascadia is engaged with the companies MA2SI, SteathOShield, PhoneGuard, Vacupractor and PostureWings. The first three are focused on eliminating the transmission of pathogens in hospitals and clinics, while Vacupractor and PostureWings are aimed at alleviating back pain. Cascadia is currently involved in bringing another company into the fold. GAPPS is associated with Children’s Hospital and sells human specimens to researchers around the

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for Cascadia MedTech to be successful,� Welch said. Welch did a quick rundown of the numbers of jobs the companies listed above could potentially bring to Federal Way. “We’re trying to recruit five new businesses to set up shop in Federal Way, so 63 new jobs. We retained one big company in Federal Way, that’s 120 (jobs), and we’re trying to expand operations of other companies, which is 35 jobs,� he said. Welch admitted those aren’t amazing numbers, but feels Cascadia can become a force in job creation here in Federal Way. “We haven’t really created many jobs yet. This is what could happen, if we could simply execute what’s in front of us right now. And our goal is to double, triple, quadruple the companies with us right now,� he said.

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Avenue South, a victim reported that the pipe that connects the muffler to the engine of the victim’s car had been ripped from the vehicle.The victim noted that there were scrape marks on the muffler as well. t(VDDJQVSTF At 9:02 a.m. Oct. 27 in the 32000 block of 1st Avenue South, the victim reported her $300 Gucci purse, along with a cellphone, had been stolen from her car while it was parked in a parking lot. The police report notes the victim left the purse and phone in the car, and that the car was unlocked at the time of theft. t$PSEMFTTESJMMUBLFO At 4:21 p.m. Oct. 27 in the 32000 block of 25th Avenue South, the reporting party called police to let them know a cordless drill had been

stolen from a maintenance cart. According to the report, video surveillance footage of the crime was available. The footage showed a heavy-set white male and a female accomplice take the item from the maintenance cart. The report notes the duo appeared to be in their late 20s or early 30s. t"MJUUMFUIFGU BMPUPG USPVCMF At 1:45 p.m. Oct. 26 in the 1800 block of South Commons, the suspect was caught attempting to steal a pair of shoes valued at $34.99. The suspect was arrested. Upon a check of the subject, it was discovered the suspect had a $10,000 warrant

out of Seattle, also for theft. t&#5DBSEGSBVE At 5:36 p.m. Oct. 26 in the 100 block of SW Campus Drive, the victim reported her EBT card had been fraudulently used in the amount of $320. According to the police report, the victim felt an ex-boyfriend was likely responsible for the fraud. t1SFTDSJQUJPO At 8:21 p.m. Oct. 26 in the 1900 block of South 314th Street, police contacted a suspect regarding possible prescription medication fraud. According to the report, the suspect admitted to forging a prescription, and was placed under arrest.

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planet. That company’s goal is to help eliminate premature and still births by giving researchers access to these human specimens, Welch said. “They were unable to launch their business, but they found us, and asked us if we would help them. We just started with them this month,� Welch said. Welch reviewed the support network Cascadia has created to help bring jobs to Federal Way, including a phalanx of sales people, legal experts and others. He said Cascadia has also been in a close working relationship with Orion Industries, one of the first companies it hopes will help bring more jobs into Federal Way. The interest in the community has grown considerably as well, Welch noted. “So we have a lot of people in Federal Way that are looking for a way

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Alan was born in Seattle, WA on September 16, 1930 and passed away October 30, 2011 in Federal Way, WA at the age of 81. He graduated from West Seattle High School in 1949, served in Washington National Guard through 1951, and graduated from University of Washington 1955. In 1993 he retired from Boeing, where he had been an Electrical Engineer, Antenna Specialist in the Aerospace Division for 39yrs. Alan was active in his church and community serving as a Deacon, Elder, Sound Technician and handyman for over 50 years. He had a giving spirit. Memberships included Marine View Improvement Club, Mountaineers, Blazing Stars Square Dance Club, and Totem Yacht Club. He is survived by his wife Sally Bradford-Simmons, five daughters, Laurie Smith, Julie Kelley, Sherry (Chuck) Wittrock, Heidi (Mike) Merrifield, and Wendy (Michael) Luttinen, 8 grandchildren Shaun, Ryan, Kiala, Krista, Erik, Alex, Kendal and Karl, 2 great-grandchildren, Teagan and Asher, and large extended family. He was preceded in death by his wife of 34 years Marilyn Rundquist 1989 and sister Adeline Bennett 2011. A memorial service will be held 3:00 PM Saturday, November 5, 2011 at Steel Lake Presbyterian Church 1829 S. 308th St., Federal Way, WA 98003. www.yahnandson.com.


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Recap of election endorsements The following is a recap of election endorsements by The Mirror’s editorial board. To read more about these issues and endorsements, visit federalwaymirror.com. Note: the board did not address every ballot measure. Ballots for the all-mail general election are due by Nov. 8. A ballot drop-off box is available on 8th Avenue South adjacent to City Hall. To learn more, visit kingcounty.gov/elections.

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Keep both fire commissioners I find it disingenuous at best that Len Englund, board chair of the Lakehaven Utility District, would endorse Jerry Galland for the board of fire commissioners, when just a year earlier Galland’s request to be appointed to an opening on the Lakehaven board was soundly rejected; not to mention that he was rated “not qualified� in his race for the state Legislature. While I don’t question Englund’s integrity, I do question

Visions of veterans, food trucks What do veterans and food trucks have in common? Both have the power to bolster Federal Way’s community pride and economy. Let’s start with veterans. Next weekend, the second annual “Honoring Our Own� will pay tribute to military servicemen and women. Before the event’s creation, Federal Way lacked a true Veterans Day observance. Kudos to the Kiwanis and Historical Society of Federal Way for filling this cultural void. Last year’s tribute was soaked in patriotism, history and respect. People of all ages packed the gym at Todd Beamer High School and learned from local veterans. The establishment of this annual tradition marks a big step toward completing a bigger picture. In the past year, an idea has surfaced for a permanent veterans memorial in Federal Way. Aside from being an appreciated landmark for local veterans, a memorial has the potential to attract visitors to the city’s restaurants and businesses. That’s why a memorial fits somewhere in the whole downtown economic development puzzle. A key piece to that puzzle is a public attraction that complements the proposed Crystal Palace and arts center projects. It can act as a backdrop for patriotic gatherings, or give visitors something else to do. The idea has gained enough traction to earn mention by Federal Way candidates during the fall campaign season. Let’s start a committee to hunt for grant money and make this idea a reality. Speaking of enriching Federal Way’s culture and economy, here’s some genuine food for

thought. A food truck festival fad is sprouting in several U.S. cities. For example, the Mayor’s Food Truck Fiesta in Tampa, Fla., kicked off last week with a bunch of wheeled restaurants doling out everything from tacos to burgers to sandwiches. A few thousand people flocked to the monthly downtown festival and stood in long lines. Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn was inspired by the excitement he experienced at other food truck rallies around the country. Apparently, some of the brick-and-mortar restaurants are upset about the mobile competition. At the very least, Tampa is creating an opportunity for growth. “I want to brand Tampa as a hip, cool place to be and this is one way to do it,� Buckhorn told one news station. “They’re serving great food, they’re hiring people, they’re creating microbusinesses. It’s a win-win for everybody.� In September, Seattle’s Mobile Food Rodeo featured trucks from across the Northwest. With food trucks ripe for picking in this region, Federal Way could explore a festival of its own. Unlike the Seattle rodeo, Federal Way’s food truck festival should have free admission. Set up the trucks at one of the empty downtown lots, charge the vendors a fee and let them sell what they want. Encourage a range of affordable food options, promote the heck out of the festival and presto — residents and out-of-towners will come play in downtown Federal Way. And maybe, just maybe, they’ll stay a while. Andy Hobbs

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t'FEFSBM8BZ$JUZ$PVODJMQPTJUJPO Roger Flygare. Today’s economic climate calls for experience in the real business world. As a small business owner, this experience gives Flygare an edge. t'FEFSBM8BZ$JUZ$PVODJMQPTJUJPO Jack Dovey. With economic development and job creation being the city’s top priorities, Dovey’s entrepreneurial spirit benefits Federal Way. t'FEFSBM8BZ$JUZ$PVODJMQPTJUJPO Dini Duclos. Duclos brings an analytical voice that enriches the city leadership pool. She has earned another term on the council. t'FEFSBM8BZ4DIPPM#PBSEQPTJUJPO Claire Wilson. The school district will benefit from Wilson’s professional experience as an educator and education administrator, coupled with a passion for early learning. t'FEFSBM8BZ4DIPPM#PBSEQPTJUJPO Danny Peterson. He is engaged in school district issues will bring leadership to the board. Peterson has logged education experience in both Federal Way and abroad. t4PVUI,JOH'JSFBOE3FTDVFDPNNJTTJPOFS QPTJUJPOTBOE Mark Thompson and James Fossos. In regards to experience, knowledge of the fire department, and the ability to understand the issues facing the men and women in the trenches, Fossos and Thompson are the better candidates. The Federal Way area benefits from their lifelong dedication to fighting fires and saving lives. t-BLFIBWFO6UJMJUZ%JTUSJDUQPTJUJPO Tim McClain. After being appointed to the board last fall, McClain has earned a chance to serve a full term and fulfill his potential as a commissioner. t*OJUJBUJWFVote yes. Washington is clinging to a business model inspired by attitudes dating back to Prohibition. I-1183 puts the liquor business into the free market’s hands where it belongs, and places the state government into the proper role of enforcing the liquor laws. Will Costco and other retailers make tons of money? Yes. Will the citizens of Washington and Federal Way benefit financially from these changes? Guaranteed.

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his motive, if not his judgment in making such an audacious assertion that not good enough for Lakehaven is good enough for the fire district — and to put his personal stamp of approval on such a misleading action is nothing short of offensive, not just to me, but to the entire community. We currently have Jim Fossos and Mark Thompson, two of the most qualified and experienced commissioners in this state cur-

rently serving this community with distinction on the South King Fire and Rescue fire commissioners board. I ask you to join me in keeping them there.

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Celski’s track record Over the last several months, I have been observing the race for the Federal Way City Council position 5.

The differences between the candidates are much greater than are being reported in the paper. Jack Dovey has been a member of the city council for several years and as such, he is a true insider to the workings and biases of the council. He has been involved in many of the decisions that have and are impacting on the citizens of Federal Way. I say involved because from what I have been able to find in the public record,

and again pointed out by the councilman himself at an October debate, he only goes along with everyone else. The attitude of, “if they’re for it, then so am I,� seems to be his motto. One exception to this may be the Cascadia MedTech Association. He was an avid supporter of the city council’s supporting and funding this program, and he is very proud of the program. This is a great opportunity for the city and citizens of Federal Way. However, at the time this vote was cast, it is my understanding that Dovey [ more LETTERS page 6 ]


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department will continue to produce a product that is top-notch, accurate and a direct reflection of this community. We will produce a number of stories each week for the print edition, including any breaking news that falls within our deadline schedules. Anything outside of this window will immediately be posted to our website along with all of the stories from the week’s print edition. The advertising team will have longer deadlines to produce award-winning ads that will enhance your reading pleasure and give you the opportunity to see what merchants and companies in the Federal Way area have to offer. More timely city and school news. We will continue to cover the city and school board meetings. You will now receive the news from these meetings a day earlier on Friday rather

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On Jan. 6, 2012, the Federal Way Mirror will change delivery dates to Fridays. This change is necessary to continue to give you the best possible coverage of the Federal Way community while taking advantage of the economies of scale that Sound Publishing has been building over the past couple of years with other newspapers in our company. Additionally, it will enhance our ability to stay profitable so that we may continue to provide you with the news and advertising you have come to expect from us. While we will drop one of our print production days, we will add to our ever-expanding coverage of online news and real-time information for this community. Visit federalwaymirror.com. What will you see? The same quality of news and advertising that you expect. The editorial

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Rich Garmong, Federal Way Note: In 2009, the city council authorized the city manager to enter into a contract with the nonprofit organization called EnterpriseSeattle for a feasibility study for medical device innovation in Federal Way. The for-profit Cascadia MedTech was formed in 2010. The city council has not taken action or voted in regards to Cascadia MedTech, according to the city attorney.

Dovey votes for what is right I voted for Jack Dovey and I urged you to do the same. As a business owner, Jack has the ability to see both sides of an issue. He has proven to be an approachable leader, who is very aware of the impact each vote makes on the citizens of Federal Way. I find it interesting that people who haven’t the gumption to file for election themselves, find fault with anyone who does not vote their agenda. I applaud Jack for voting for what is right in Federal Way and urge voters to return him to the city council. We need him at any time, but especially in these tough economic times. We need experience and commitment, and Jack has both of these values.

Hope Elder, Federal Way Note: Elder is a former city council member.

Celski is a friend and mentor This letter is written as an endorsement for Bob Celski as a Federal Way City Council member. I have known Bob for about 17 years and over this time, Bob has played many different roles in my life. He has been a teammate, a mentor and, most importantly, a friend. I first met Bob through our mutual passion of speedskating. I believe I was only 11 years old at the time when Bob and his three sons Chris, David and J.R. joined the Pattison’s West speed skating team in Federal Way. All of them had an eagerness to learn, including now Olympic short track medalist J.R., who was only 5 years old at the time. With the support of Bob’s wife, Sue, who attended every single practice, the group of boys got pretty dang good at speedskating. In fact, Bob and J.R. actually won [ more LETTERS page 8 ]


www.federalwaymirror.com combat involved a fuel tank on his helicopter that had been shot. As fuel sprayed the crew’s faces and soaked the cabin, Krueger feared the aircraft would ignite in a fireball. He landed the helicopter in South Vietnam, with a dead engine, in about two minutes. “If faced with the same situation today, how would I act and react?� he said, recalling the incident. “That was probably my scariest event in Vietnam.� Krueger will be the keynote speaker at a Veterans Day observance called “Honoring Our Own� at 1 p.m. Nov. 12 at Todd Beamer High School. The Federal Way resident retired in June 2011 from the National Guard, a few years after a four-month tour of duty in Afghanistan. In between Vietnam and the Middle East, Krueger worked for Northwest Airlines and managed SeaTac airport for a few years in the late1980s. In 1996, he worked full time with the Washington National Guard as a helicopter instructor pilot and became the state’s first Command Chief Warrant Officer.

At the Veterans Day observance, Krueger will share his thoughts on service, stewardship, life lessons and the ultimate sacrifice. “Service is not limited to those in uniform,� said Krueger, 62, at his Federal Way home. “We all in various ways contribute to the good of the United States.� Krueger was born and raised on a farm in North Dakota. He married his high school sweetheart, Sharon, then headed to the jungles of Southeast Asia. His initial interest in the military came during high school. Krueger wanted to

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fly planes someday, and the and women in the military U.S. Army did not require a receive a hero’s homecomcollege degree. Two weeks ing. In today’s military, after graduating husbands and wives high school, he was can live together on on the way to basic base. They can also training, then flight communicate with school. At age 19, he loved ones daily went to Vietnam. through email. Krueger noted Forty years ago, it what has changed took weeks for a Gene Krueger in the military — letter to reach his and what has not wife. Phone calls changed — over a 44-year were not an option. stretch. He remembers In 2006, he piloted misriding a bus to the San sions in Afghanistan before Francisco airport after Viet- that war’s escalation. To his nam as protestors pelted the knowledge, he was never vehicle with vegetables and shot at by an enemy during tomatoes. Nowadays, men routine “deliberate mis-

sions� in what he said felt like “a non-existent war.� Living conditions felt the same as they did decades earlier, only the makeshift shack where he stayed had air conditioning. Since retiring this summer, Krueger is searching

for another outlet to serve the public. In the meantime, the sunset of his career means more time for church and sports. “I get to play a lot more golf,� he said. “I’m hunting for what I want to serve next. I’m pretty energetic.�

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[8] November 5, 2011 men whom I consider to be [ LETTERS from page 6] championships in the same year in their age division, something to my knowledge has never been done by father and son in our sport. Throughout the years, my relationship with the Celski family has grown to the point where I consider them extended family. Sue was always there to support me and give me a hug when needed, and Bob was always there to help guide me. I have had the pleasure of watching Bob and Sue raise three amazing young

some of my best friends. The primary reason for this letter is I feel there is no one better than Bob Celski to help assist in the decisions of our city. If you want proof on his leadership skills, look at his family. Bob has a successful marriage that is going on now for close to 30 years. His oldest son Chris was willing to sacrifice his early 20s to move to California to support the youngest, J.R., in achieving his Olympic dream, and the middle son David is a captain in the military. Now that Bob’s

www.federalwaymirror.com children are all young men, he is looking for more ways to contribute, and what better way than starting in the city you have lived in for 39 years.

Miguel Jose, Federal Way

Honda rises above challenges By now most of you have voted and for that I say thank you. If you still have not had the chance to vote yet, I am urging you to cast your ballot for Susan Honda because she is the only choice for Federal Way City Council position 3.

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Martin A. Moore, Federal Way Note: Moore is Honda’s campaign manager.

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Ballots and voters pamphlets for the Nov. 8 general election were mailed this month. A ballot drop-off box is located on 8th Avenue South near City Hall in Federal Way. For more information on voting, visit kingcounty.gov/ elections.aspx. For reports, letters, questionnaires and editorials related to the election, visit federal waymirror.com and click on the “election” category under “news.”

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n Dec. 16, 2010, Benson Henderson sat on a stage in front of reporters inside the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Ariz., weeping. The tears were flowing because the Decatur High School graduate had just lost his World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) lightweight championship belt to Anthony “Showtime” Pettis, ending a 10-fight win streak. The heart-breaking defeat, which included a highlight-reel kick by Pettis, looked like it would derail Henderson’s promising mixed martial arts career. “It was definitely a step back,” Henderson said of the loss Wednesday. “It was a downer.” But fast forward 11 months and things couldn’t be better for Henderson. After moving into the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) following the Pettis loss, Henderson’s MMA career is back on the fast track. He has dominated his two UFC fights against guys that were “supposed” to beat him. Now, the 2001 Decatur grad will fight Clay Guida in the co-main event at the UFC on FOX event Nov. 12 at a sold-out Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. The winner will, most likely, get a UFC lightweight title shot in their next fight. The event will be the UFC’s first foray onto network television and feature a heavyweight championship main event fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos. The UFC on FOX will run from 6 to 7 p.m. Nov. 12. “It’s very exciting to be on the FOX card,” said Henderson, who is 14-2 in his MMA career. “It’s going to be big and historic.” Although UFC President Dana White wouldn’t guarantee the Henderson/Guida winner a title shot against current lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, he also didn’t shoot it down. “I don’t know. I have no idea,” White said recently. “We’re going to have to see what happens. I haven’t even thought about it. You have to [ more HENDERSON page 12 ]

Soccer: Decatur avenges 6-0 loss to Kennedy; Titans lose title game push by tallying the game-winner in the 57th minute on a pass from Lexie Gilbert. McFaul, who was an All-South Puget Sound League 3A forward a season ago, has scored four Things didn’t look good for the Decatur girls goals in the Gators’ last three matches. Kennedy soccer team entering the postseason. took a quick 1-0 lead with a goal in the 21st The Gators would have to beat the Kennedy minute, but Decatur bounced back and tied Catholic Lancers on their home field at the game at 1-1 on an unassisted goal from Highline Stadium Wednesday night in a loser-out SPSL 3A subdistrict game to SPSL 3A/4A Taylor Meadows two minutes before the halftime whistle. keep their season going. This was the The Gators now enter the Class 3A West same Kennedy team that blew the Gators Central/Southwest District Tournament, off the field in their season opener by a where they will take on the Capital Couscore of 6-0. gars at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at Sunset Chev But Decatur was up to the challenge. The GaStadium in Sumner. The winner will advance as tors (9-7-0) outlasted the Lancers Wednesday in the district’s No. 2 seed into the state tournament, the winner-to-district match, 2-1. Decatur junior [ more SOCCER page 11 ] Abby McFaul continued her late-season scoring BY CASEY OLSON

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Thomas Jefferson High School grad Lamar Neagle scored a goal in the 61st minute to give the Seattle Sounders FC a 2-0 win Wednesday in the MLS Western Conference Semifinals against Real Salt Lake at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Despite the win, the Sounders failed to move forward in the playoffs. The Sounders needed to tally at least three goals to advance in the MLS Playoffs because of a 3-0 win by Real Salt Lake in the first leg of the playoffs.

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Two of the top heavyweight prospects in the Pacific Northwest, Federal Wayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vincent Thompson (9-0) and Tacomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Jonte Willis (8-1-1), will face each other on Saturday, Nov. 5, in the 10-round main event at Battle at the Boat 84 at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma. Thompson remained unbeaten with a unanimous decision over Masataka Takehara in August at Battle at the Boat 83. Takehara was a former national champion and the No. 1-ranked heavyweight in Japan. Earlier this year, Thompson and boxing trainer/

commentator Teddy Atlas spent a week in Moscow, Russia. Atlas is known for training Michael Moorer to a world heavyweight title in 1994. In Russia, Thompson sparred and trained with Alexander Provetkin (220), who defeated Ruslan Chagaev on Aug. 27 for the vacant WBA world heavyweight title. On Nov. 5, Thompson (2 KOs) will face Tacoma heavyweight Willis (3 KOs) at Emerald Queen Casino. Willis told the last Battle at the Boat crowd to expect a great fight. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This has been a long time coming,â&#x20AC;? Willis said after Thompsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s win over Takehara. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This will be one

of the best fights the Pacific Northwest has seen in a long time ... Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time for the Pacific Northwest to get a better show.â&#x20AC;? The fighters even exchanged a few words on the stage at the Emerald Queen following Thompsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s victory at Battle at the Boat 83. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I told him, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Man, I ainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even worried about you,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;?

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JEFFERSON 3, ROGERS 0 Lindsey Dahl just keeps scoring goals and the Thomas Jefferson girls soccer team keeps getting to play games. The senior striker tallied yet another hat trick Tuesday night as the Raiders shutout the Rogers Rams, 3-0, in the opening game of the SPSL Tournament. The teams both finished up in fifth-place in their respective divisions of the SPSL and TJ will be the SPSLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ninth seed into the loser-out, winner-to-state West Central District Tournament. The Raiders (7-7-3) will now take on the Narrows League-champion Bellarmine Prep team at 4 p.m. at Tacomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium Bowl on Saturday, Nov. 5. Bellarmine finished the regular season 13-2-1. Against Rogers, Dahl scored all three of her goals during an 11-minute span late in the second half. Dahl tallied an unassisted goal in the 60th minute to give the Raiders a 1-0 lead. Dahl followed in the 69th minute when she took a pass from Hannah Friedman and scored. Two minutes later, Chelsa Jensen assisted on Dahlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third goal of the contest. The hat trick was Dahlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eighth multi-goal game of the season and the senior has a grand total of 26 goals in Jeffersonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 17 matches this season. The 26 goals leads the area. Interlake of Bellevueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Emma Bergstrom has a total of 25 goals. Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s win over Rogers was the second-straight TJ game where Dahl has scored all of the goals for the Raiders. In a must-win over Kentlake in their final SPSL North contest on Oct. 28, Dahl finished with four goals during the 4-2 win. Ashlyn Bruin earned the shutout in goal for the Raiders. It was Bruinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fifth of the season.

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Federal Way Regional Library, meeting room 2. RSVP to (253) 632-0961 or crystalsoflight@yahoo.com. Birds: Rainier Audubon Society will meet at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at Federal Way United Methodist Church, 51st Avenue and South 296th Street. Meeting includes social time and presentation on birds. A field trip will begin at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 26 at East Lake Washington. Contact carol.schulz50@gmail.com. Neighborhood Emergency Team Class: Federal Way Emergency Management will offer a free workshop on how to organize a neighborhood emergency team. The class will run 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 30 at City Hall. RSVP: FWEM@cityoffederalway.com. Business education: The South Sound Regional Business Incubator hosts â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lunch and Learnâ&#x20AC;? and business education classes through the end of the year. The classes are free to the public. Lunch and Learns run noon to 1 p.m. Thursdays, and the evening instruction runs 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mondays. To register, call (253) 929-1500. Networking: The Service Excellence Group of Federal Way is a networking group for professionals that meets for lunch on the second and fourth Thursday of every month for lunch. Call Tricia at (253) 335-8729. Hunger and chiropractics: In November, HealthSource offices will be offering first day services to all new patients for the donation of canned food items. Call (253) 874-2100. Food drive: The second annual Barbara Against Hunger is accepting donations at Salon Edwards, 29100 Pacific Highway S., Federal Way. Contact (253) 941-8845.

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