March 18, 2015
Army Reserve Ambassador to Washington
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Name: Hon. William Fred Aronow, Ret.
Hometown: Liberty Lake
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Business Position: Pro Tem Judge for 2 courts; Attorney at Law
Civilian Education: J.D., Gonzaga Law School, 1981; M.Ed., Georgia State Univ., 1973, B.A. Gonzaga University, 1967
Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies: Spokane Area Chamber of Commerce (Military Affairs Committee); Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce; Delta Raiders of Vietnam; Army War College Alumni Assoc.; 104th Div. (Tng) Assoc.; Lilac Festival Assoc. Honorary Dir.; CASA program attorney; Spokane Veterans Forum
Civilian Honors: Washington State Certified Professional Guardian Board by the Chief Justice of the State of Washington; appointed to the Spokane County Superior Court bench as a Court Commissioner (1995); Elected Graduation Speaker of Gonzaga Law School class of 1981
Military Retirement Rank and Date, Service and Key Positions: Colonel, Infantry, USAR, 08 Nov. 1998, CoS, 70th RRC, Bde Cdr, 4th Bde, 91st Div. (Ex), AWC concurrent with above 2 posns, Bn Cdr, 2nd Bde, 104th Div. (Tng), 3 Co. Cmds, including Rifle Co. Cdr with 101st ABN Div. in Vietnam
Name of Spouse and Children: Wife: Jacquelyn (Jacci), Children: Nikki Enzler, Christian, J. Rob Aronow, Jannell Martensen
Army Reserve Ambassador Wm. Fred Aronow has served as an ambassador since the program began. He has been a member of the Washington State Bar Association since 1981 and is a retired Army/Army Reserve infantry colonel with 32 years of service. ARA Aronow is a retired judicial officer (2007) from the Spokane County Superior Court. He owns and operates Aronow Arbitration Mediation Services in Liberty Lake (Spokane) WA where he resides with his wife Jacci. He serves as a pro tem judge in two counties including serving as a judge of their veterans enhanced treatment (VET) courts. He founded and serves as the Chairman of the Board for the Spokane Veterans Forum, the 501c3 nonprofit which provides or brokers the therapeutic services for combat and other veterans with PTSD, TBI, and MST, providing the vets with mentors, training, and therapy in carrying out their sentences for their offenses. ARA Aronow also serves on the Board of Advisors of the Gonzaga School of Law, as an elder of the Fairfield Presbyterian Church, as a member of various veterans and civic organizations, including area chambers of commerce.