Throughout the course of the past quarter-century, Anthony Domish has been very active in the law enforcement community throughout the entire state of Washington. That is obvious when you consider that Tony Domish holds professional memberships in the International Association of Police Chiefs and the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs. He also is a member of the Snohomish County Police Chiefs Association, the Yakima County Police Chiefs Association, and several other, very similar groups. His commitment to community is so strong, Tony Domish also serves as a member of numerous civic organizations. In fact, he even serves on the board for several such groups.
His strong commitment to community service also has made Anthony Domish a proud donor and sponsor for Washington Special Olympics, and he is also very active with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and even the Make a Wish Foundation. That commitment is so strong, it even influences how he spends his spare time. When he finds a little extra time, Anthony Domish indulges his twin passions of baseball and fishing. He has coached and umpired youth baseball for many years, to the point that he has led a number of little league teams to championships, and he has coached at the high school and college levels, as well as umpired at all levels.
Anthony Domish has compiled a long and significant career as a police officer, compiling a lot of experience over nearly a quarter century. Throughout his 24 years as a police officer, he served a number of municipalities and even spent some time as a police chief in several of them. He also loves to fish the many rivers and lakes abundant throughout Washington state, especially Lake Curlew, where he is considered something of a fishing expert.