Zaremba Claims Office - Pasco

P.O. Box 2326
Pasco WA. 99302
1-509-947-5811        Fax: (888) 871-1564
1-800-326-6856        Email:
Pasco is the county seat of Franklin County, WA. Pasco is the smallest of the three cities that comprise the "Tri-Cities" (Kennewick, Richland and Pasco) a metropolitan market area of about 175,000 people. Located on the north bank of the Columbia River near the mouth of the Snake River, Pasco is only 383 feet above sea level even though it is near 250 miles inland. Pasco was founded in 1884 as a railroad switching yard. It still is, but the main growth of the community occurred in the 1940's when the Hanford project was started and irrigation water arrived. The largest area employers are located in the Hanford Atomic Energy Site, just north of Richland. With irrigation water available and a long growing season, (rainfall is less than 10") agriculture is the main economy. The leading crops in the Pasco area are potatoes, grapes and wheat.
Contacts in Pasco 
Brian Brittain ~  View Brian Brittain's profile on LinkedIn

Zaremba Claims Office - Wenatchee

215 Ridgemont Dr # A
East Wenatchee WA. 98802
1-509-670-8576        Fax: (509) 663-9055
1-800-326-5629        Email:
Wenatchee is the County seat of Chelan County, Washington. Wenatchee is located on the Columbia River, near the mouth of the Wenatchee River. "Wenatchee" is a Native American word "wenatchi" meaning "river flowing through canyon". Although it has a population of less than 30,000, Wenatchee is the economic hub of Chelan, Okanogan and Douglas counties. The local economy centers on apples and cherries. Wenatchee prides itself as the "Apple Capitol of the World." Wenatchee has experienced steady growth since irrigation was brought to the area nearly 100 years ago. Tourism is the biggest non-agricultural industry in the Wenatchee area.
Contacts in Wenatchee
Sam Tatum~   View Sam Tatum's profile on LinkedIn 

Zaremba Claims Office - Yakima

P.O. Box 87
Yakima WA. 98907
1-509-452-6527        Fax: (509) 452-7236
1-800-669-6527        Email:

Yakima was named after the local Native Americans, the Yakamas. It is located along the Yakima River, in the eastern foothills of the Cascades Mountains. The City of Yakima was first formed four miles south of its present location as Yakima City. When the Northern Pacific railroad extended to the Yakima Valley in 1884, they were unable (so they claim) to buy up the right of way through town at a reasonable price. The railroad therefor by passed Yakima City and established North Yakima at its present location, four miles north. The railroad then offered to pay to move businesses and buildings from Yakima City to the new town site of North Yakima. More than fifty buildings and the courthouse moved! In 1918, North Yakima was renamed the City of Yakima and Yakima City was renamed Union Gap.

With over 300 days of sunshine but less than an eight inch annual rainfall, Yakima blossomed into a desert oasis at the beginning of the twentieth century when irrigation became available. Currently, Yakima County is first in the nation in the production of apples,mint, pears and hops. The Yakima Valley's 9000 acres of vineyards help make Washington the second largest producer of grapes, next to California. The City of Yakima has grown to a population of about 60,000 and Yakima County to a population of about 200,000.

The Yakima office of Zaremba Claims Services, Inc. was first opened in 1975. This office primarily serves the counties of Yakima, Kittitas and Klickitat.

Contacts in Yakima 
Craig Nance~

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