Community Cares Fund

The department has launched a new Kennewick Police Community Care Fund with $13,000 donated by Kennewick businesses and individuals to start the new program, police Chief Ken Hohenberg announced Monday.

The program was born out of a Feb. 6 breakfast conversation among Hohenberg and two friends — Dave Retter, the owner/broker of Retter & Company Sotheby’s International Realty, and Jim Spracklen, who once worked for the Kennewick police and now works for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s national security directorate. 


Community Partners

Thank you to the founding participants of the Kennewick Police Foundation Community Care Program

Listed Alphabetically


Apollo Heating and Air
Barbara Duprel
Bunch Finnigan
Canyon Lakes Golf Course
Clearwater Dental
Community First Bank
Country Gentleman

Craig and Marilee Eerkes
Dave Retter
Deena Smith
Dick and Diane Hoch
Fast Signs
Fern Dickinson
Henderson and Associates

Innovative Mortgage
Irene Llewellyn
J.D. and E.S. Opitz
Jean Brawdy
Jim and Carol Spracklen
Jimmie and Bobbie Mefford
John and Marie Mosley

Judith Todd
Judy Byrne
Ken and Patricia Hohenberg
Linda Ownby
Mayor Steve and Anita Young
Michael Ormsby
Mickey Wold

Nancy Dahlberg
Perfection Glass
Perfection Tire
P.S. Media
Retter & Company Sotheby’s International Realty
Rotary Club of Columbia Center #22471
Sullivan Rowell Homes

Sun Pacific Energy
The Living Room Church
Three Rivers Convention Center
Todd Rowell
Toyota of Tri-Cities
Tri-Cities Sunrise Rotary Club
Washington Hardware


Casaday Beeline Services
Clover Island Inn
Hills Restaurant
Ranch and Home
Toyota of Tri-Cities

Time and time again these “Community Partners” have stepped up to show support for programs and events that continue to improve our quality of life in the Tri-Cities.

Community Care Cases

  • February 27th, 2024
    On February 27, 2024, Sergeant Davis responded to the Burger King at 1001 S Washington St, Kennewick for a welfare check. Upon his arrival, he contacted female and male who said they were stranded in Kennewick. They had come to Kennewick two days ago from Hermiston with a friend. The friend then "abandoned" them in Kennewick and they had nowhere to go. They were hungry and needed a ride back to Hermiston. A check on […]
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