Jeremy Bishop

Jeremy Bishop is a native of the Tri-Cities. He attended Whitman College where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and went on to graduate Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2005.  He was admitted to the Washington State Bar Association that same year, and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington in 2007. He is now a partner at the law offices of Roach & Bishop.

When not working, Jeremy coaches his children in various sports and enjoys fishing, camping, and other family activities.

Franklin County Commissioners first appointed Mr. Bishop to the Board in February 2014.

Lester Domingos

Les Domingos obtained his Master’s degree in Education from Central Washington University. A Pasco resident for more than 40 years, he was a classroom teacher and went on to become an elementary and middle school principal in the Pasco School District. Since his retirement as a school administrator, he has taken on the task of building new schools for the district as a construction manager.

He enjoys serving on the Board of Commissioners because it gives him an opportunity to help people in our community.

A private landlord and Kiwanian, Mr. Domingos was appointed to the Board by the Franklin County Commissioners in August of 2016.

Linda Dukelow

Linda Dukelow has lived in Pasco for more than 20 years and brings decades of experience in the residential rental industry to the Board of Commissioners table. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from WSU and is married with 3 children, 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

She is a longtime member of the Benton-Franklin Rental Owners Association and uses her expertise to educate landlords and tenants in Landlord/Tenant Law locally and throughout Washington State.  She has served on the boards of the Dispute Resolution Center and the Washington Center for Real Estate Research.

Ms. Dukelow was first appointed to the Board by the Pasco City Council in June 2013.

Brian Griffith

Brian Griffith has lived in Pasco for more than a decade and has a background in financial services marketing, and public policy. Today he owns and operates commercial and residential properties in Historic Downtown Kennewick. He attended Chadron State College where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree and went on to earn a Master’s degree at the University of Delaware. He is active in the community participating in various organizations.

Brian is a story teller, cooperative business model advocate, foodie, and puppy father of two.

Pasco’s City Council first appointed Mr. Griffith to the Board in April 2018.