Honorees Patsy Surh O’Connell, waving, and Rudy Lopez, center, talk with assistant Secretary of State Mark Neary, left, and John Hughes during an open house to welcome the “Who Are We?” exhibit from the Office of the Secretary of State at the Karcher Museum and Center for Arts & Culture in Puyallup on Wednesday, Aug. 23. O’Connell is the founder of the Asia Pacific Cultural Center in Tacoma. Lopez is the director of the Washington State Veterans Cemetery in Spokane.
Honorees Patsy Surh O’Connell, waving, and Rudy Lopez, center, talk with assistant Secretary of State Mark Neary, left, and John Hughes during an open house to welcome the “Who Are We?” exhibit from the Office of the Secretary of State at the Karcher Museum and Center for Arts & Culture in Puyallup on Wednesday, Aug. 23. O’Connell is the founder of the Asia Pacific Cultural Center in Tacoma. Lopez is the director of the Washington State Veterans Cemetery in Spokane. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Honorees Patsy Surh O’Connell, waving, and Rudy Lopez, center, talk with assistant Secretary of State Mark Neary, left, and John Hughes during an open house to welcome the “Who Are We?” exhibit from the Office of the Secretary of State at the Karcher Museum and Center for Arts & Culture in Puyallup on Wednesday, Aug. 23. O’Connell is the founder of the Asia Pacific Cultural Center in Tacoma. Lopez is the director of the Washington State Veterans Cemetery in Spokane. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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