KCVP staff receives shout-out at Seattle Mariners game 

Shared from the DCHS Touching Base Newsletter 

Throughout the season, the Seattle Mariners recognize some of the brave men and women of the United States Military (active, reserve, veteran or retired) at each Friday and Sunday home game as part of their Salute to Those Who Serve program. On June 11 Michelle Bregel from our King County Veterans Program – Seattle office was recognized by the Seattle Mariners for her military service and continued service to the veterans of King County.

Michelle served on active duty in the U.S. Air Force, Security Police, from 1991-1997. She also served in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, Security Forces, from 2011-2017. Michelle has been an active member of the veteran/military community for over 25 years, having volunteered with many different organizations including Wounded Warrior Project, Team Red, White and Blue, Boys and Girls Club of America, Special Olympics, Red Ribbon Week, National Night Out, and the European Forces Swim League. She also served as a trained/certified Victim Advocate with the Air Force Sexual Assault Rape and Prevention program. She has four children and her oldest daughter is carrying on the family tradition of military service by serving in the U.S. Coast Guard.

To learn more about what DCHS is doing in our community, read the most recent issue of the Touching Base Newsletter (on SharePoint).