PATRICK DUNN & ASSOCIATES LTD*

Address:
13531 NORTHSHIRE ROAD NW
SEATTLE, WA 981774033
United States
Telephone: 2069200865 , Alt: 2069200865
Temporary address during session:
1501 S Capitol Way, Suite 206
Olympia, WA 98501-2200
United States
Temporary telephone during session: 2069200865
PATRICK DUNN
Lobbying since: 1981
Patrick Winston Dunn Pat received a B.A. from Williams College, J.D. from Hofstra Law School and a Masters of Public Administration from the Robert F. Wagner School of New York University. Pat worked as Administrative Assistant and Administrative Counsel for King County Executive John Spellman. After Spellman was elected Governor, Pat was assistant director of the Planning and Community Affairs Agency, Special Assistant to the Governor, and Director of the then new Department of Community Development. After his state service, Pat joined the Seattle law firm of Riddell, Williams, Bullitt & Walkinshaw and later Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe. Pat and Susan Dunn established Patrick Dunn & Associates, Ltd. In April of 1996. The firm represents clients before the Washington State Legislature and state and local agencies. Pat and Susan’s older daughter, Sara Kirschenman, is an attorney with the Washington State Department of Health. Their son-in-law, Eric Kirschenman, is an investigator with the Washington State Attorney General’s Office. Their younger daughter, Katherine Varnell Dunn, a 2012 graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, is a department manager at Nordstrom.
SUSAN DUNN
Lobbying since: 2009
Susan Dunn Vice President of Patrick Dunn & Associates, LTD. Sue was employed by the State of Washington for 30 years in managerial positions in the Office of Planning and Community Affairs, Employment Security Department and Department of Community Development. She is a graduate of Centralia College and the University of Washington in Business Administration. Recent volunteer efforts include Treasurer, Behind the Badge Foundation (formerly 10-99 Foundation), Past President of the Dunn Gardens, Construction Committee Chair of the Dunn Gardens classroom construction and the Washington State Law Enforcement Memorial on the Capitol campus. Pat and Susan’s older daughter, Sara Kirschenman, is an attorney with the Washington State Department of Health. Their son-in-law, Eric Kirschenman, is an investigator with the Washington State Attorney General’s Office. Their younger daughter, Katherine Varnell Dunn, a 2012 graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, is a department manager at Nordstrom.

Monthly lobbying reports

Lobbyists are required to file monthly reports for any period in which they are employed, even if there is no reportable activity. The list below includes all reports for 2016 and later. Reports for periods prior to January 2016 are available in the historical archive.

Report for month Date filed/amended
October 2018 01/11/18 - 4:17 pm
September 2018 02/10/18 - 10:46 am
August 2018 01/09/18 - 12:50 pm
July 2018 06/08/18 - 8:41 pm
June 2018 14/07/18 - 11:09 am
May 2018 03/06/18 - 11:45 am
April 2018 02/05/18 - 6:38 pm
March 2018 04/04/18 - 1:01 pm
February 2018 01/03/18 - 4:26 pm
January 2018 01/02/18 - 9:47 am
December 2017 03/01/18 - 10:52 am
November 2017 03/01/18 - 10:55 am
October 2017 03/01/18 - 10:57 am
September 2017 03/01/18 - 10:59 am
August 2017 03/01/18 - 11:01 am
July 2017 10/09/17 - 12:15 pm
June 2017 05/07/17 - 8:45 pm
May 2017 02/06/17 - 2:48 pm
April 2017 01/05/17 - 12:11 pm
March 2017 01/04/17 - 4:52 pm
February 2017 03/03/17 - 8:18 am
January 2017 02/02/17 - 10:15 am
December 2016 06/01/17 - 2:03 pm
November 2016 09/12/16 - 11:28 am
October 2016 05/11/16 - 5:00 pm
September 2016 10/10/16 - 12:13 pm
August 2016 02/09/16 - 10:48 am
July 2016 13/09/16 - 1:08 pm
June 2016 13/09/16 - 1:08 pm
May 2016 13/09/16 - 1:07 pm
April 2016 13/09/16 - 1:04 pm
March 2016 03/01/17 - 2:09 pm
February 2016 13/09/16 - 1:05 pm
January 2016 13/09/16 - 1:06 pm

Lobbyist employers

The list below includes all employers for 2016 and later. Employers for periods prior to January 2016 are available in the historical archive.