JASON W. ANDERSON | LINDA B. CLAPHAM*
MICHAEL B. KING*° | JAMES E. LOBSENZ*°
GREGORY M. MILLER* | GEORGE C. MASTRODONATO
JUSTIN P. WADE
OVER 450 CASES ARGUED ON THE MERITS
C: 0 M: 0 Y: 0 K: 0
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R: 255 G: 255 B: 255
°Fellow, American Academy of Appellate Lawyers
*Founding Members, Washington Appellate Lawyers Association
of Washington, investigating government corruption and organized crime. He
later became the chief criminal prosecutor for Pierce County before switching to
private practice at the firm of Schroeter,
Goldmark and Bender. In 2000, he was
elected to King County Superior Court,
where he served until his retirement in
2009. In retirement, McBroom enjoyed
skiing, travel, and dinner parties with
friends and family.
Judge Douglas D. McBroom died Nov.
16, 2013, at the age of 73.
Jack McDonald was born in British Columbia, but his family moved to Seattle
when he was three. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from the
University of Washington. After three
years of Army service in the South Pacific, he returned to the practice of law
for a 30-year career with the Veterans
Administration in Seattle.
Self-described as “eccentric,” he
lived frugally and clipped coupons while
donating generously to many charitable
causes. Upon his death, McDonald bequeathed a $188 million charitable trust
to benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital,
the University of Washington School
of Law, and the Salvation Army — the
largest charitable gift in the history of
Seattle Children’s and of the law school.
McDonald chose Seattle Children’s Hospital in honor of his mother, a long-time
hospital volunteer; the law school in
appreciation of his education; and the
Salvation Army in honor of his father’s
generosity to people in need.
“Our family has lived with the ‘secret’
of Jack’s generous fortune for more than
40 years, all while being amazed at his
frugal lifestyle and modest demeanor,”
said his stepdaughter, Regen Dennis. “He
was quirky and eccentric in many ways,
and always stayed true to himself by
acting on his convictions to do the most
good with his wealth.”
Jack McDonald died Sept. 23, 2013, at
the age of 98.
Robert K. McIntosh
Robert McIntosh was born in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. He practiced law from
1981 to 2013 in Washington and Mary-
land. He was a member of the Genesis
House in Seattle, the Assateague Coastal
Trust, and the Berlin, Maryland, Historic
Commission. In his free time, he enjoyed
hiking, boating, kayaking, and reading.
Robert K. McIntosh died Oct. 29,
2013, at the age of 57.
Judge Brian H. Miller
Judge Brian Miller was born in Spokane
and grew up in Ritzville. He received his
undergraduate degree from the Univer-