October 18, 1999
Left to right: Chief of Woodinville Police Chief Ken Wardstrom; SFC Dale Gilbert, Reserve Recruiter; SFC Randy Busch, Station Commander; SFG(P) Dave Brocious, Former Station Commander for Woodinville; and Capt. Packard Mills, Company Commander.
The U.S. Army Recruiting office opened their new offices last Friday at the Woodinville Towne Center.
Woodinville Chief of Police Ken Wardstrom, representing the City of Woodinville, helped cut the ribbon. The Army Brass Band from Fort Lewis played for the opening ceremonies.
The office is staffed by SFC Dale Gilbert, Reserve Recruiter; SFC Randy Busch, Station Commander; and SFG(P) Dave Brocious, Former Station Commander for Woodinville, who will soon be reassigned to Colorado Springs.
"We are looking for qualified men and women to serve their country in different programs through numerous education and training programs," said SFC Dale Gilbert.
The office is located next to PostNet in the Woodinville Towne Center on NE175th and 140th NE. The hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.; Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday by appointment only.
SFC Randy Busch is a 1979 graduate of Inglemoor High. He is the son of Darrell & Loretta Busch of Woodinville.