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Gabriel Sachwitz calls Anderson Island home with his wife, Claudia and their nine-year-old son. Sachwitz, was raised by his single mother in Minnesota. He learned the meaning of work ethic at the young age of 12 when he started to help with family bills by working at a family friend’s farm.
Sachwitz has proven he could overcome anything, he dropped out to school to work multiple jobs throughout his teenage years to support himself. At the age of 20 he earned his GED and at 21 he joined the United States Marine Corps where he successfully completed two tours overseas. After being honorably discharged, Sachwitz went on to earn an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in mathematics along with a Master of arts in human behavior.
Prior to moving to Washington, Sachwitz was a Sheriff’s Deputy. He is currently adjunct professor for Pierce College and serves as a firefighter for the Anderson Island Fire/Rescue.
In his free time Sachwitz enjoys rock-climbing, hiking and riding his motorcycle.