Dr. David Curnel & Pamela Curnel - Mrs. Washington America State Directors'
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Pamela became involved in pageantry when she was 17 years old.  She competed in the Miss Moses Lake Pageant and was first runner
up. She enjoyed meeting new people, riding on a float and making many appearances. The experience helped her become more
confident and learn about the importance of community service.  Pamela has continued to mentor young girls and women in all phases
of pageantry.
Pamela saw Mrs. America on television hosted by Florence Henderson. She immediately called the number on the tv.  A few months
later she won the title of Mrs. Washington 1993. It was a dream come true for Pamela at the age of 41.  A few weeks later became the
Executive State Director.
Pamela has been the Executive State Director for 23 years. This is her husband's eighth year co-directing the pageant with her.  David
enjoys running errands, proofing scripts and being a master of ceremonies. He's always by her side supporting her.
David and Pamela have had the honor and privilege of working with some of the most amazing married women who are not only
beautiful but intelligent and articulate. These titleholders have spent countless hours promoting a cause of their choice and volunteering
in their communities throughout the state. The pageant showcases the contestants' accomplishments and how they are making a
difference in the lives of others through community service.
The Mrs. Washington America pageant is the most successful pageant for married women in Washington State and the only one to be
televised. This pageant family is one of a kind and is celebrated yearly.
Pamela Curnel
Mrs. Washington America State Director/Producer
Mrs. Washington 1993
Choreographer/Dance Instructor
Costume Designer
Pamela was raised in Moses Lake her entire life with five generations of family living close by.  She left for 10 years with her husband
Dr. David Curnel to own and operate Rochester Medical Clinic before moving back to her hometown.  They have one daughter Melissa,
son-in-law Brian and two grandsons David and Antonio.
Pamela  won the  2001 National Director's Award.  This is her 23rd year producing one of the most prestigious pageants for married
women.  Pamela has over 45 years experience mentoring young girls and women in all phases of pageantry.
Pamela is the pageant's choreographer.  She enjoys teaching dance and choreographing for special events, pageants, talent shows,
contests and musicals including, "Guys and Dolls," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Wizard of Oz," "Oliver," "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,"
"Bye Bye Birdie" and "Cinderella," to name a few.   She owned, operated and built her own dance studio in Rochester, Washington,
"Pamela's Dance and Performing Arts" before moving it to Moses Lake.  She still performs with her dance company "Fantasia" for  stage
and television.  She also performed with the Chehalis Ballet Company for five years.
When she is not producing the pageant or teaching dance, she is working on a television program.  She has produced 5 pageant
programs on KONG, King 5, PAX TV and ION Entertainment.  She is currently working on a documentary "Behind the Crown" and "The
Traveling Tic" about Tourettes Syndrome along with several  commercials.
Pamela also enjoys designing costumes for Mrs. Washington to take to Mrs. America for the parade of states.  Her design of the City of
Seattle won the National Costume Award with a $1,000.00 cash prize going to Erin Ring, Mrs. Washington 2004.  One less thing for a
new title holder to worry about.
Dr. David Curnel
State Director
City Councilman
David Curnel is from Springfield, Illinois. He came to Moses Lake soon after becoming a doctor where he met and married his wife
Pamela.  They have one daughter Melissa, son-in-law Brian and one grandchild, David.  This is David's seventh year helping his wife
Pamela with all aspects of the pageant.   David  is a family physician with the Moses Lake Clinic and is the Medical Director.  He is a City
Councilman giving back to the community.  David enjoys running and ran the Boston Marathon in 2004.  He enjoys running in the
Bloomsday.
Tiffany Carvo
Ms. Washington Elite Hope Heart 2015 & Executive to State Director
Tiffany has been performing on a stages and in front of audiences since she was 4 years old dancing with DeGeorge School of Dance, the
Moses Lake High School Molahiettes Drill Team, and the Eastern Washington University Dance Team. She joined the pageant family in
2011 as Mrs. Moses Lake America. In 2013, she became, and still is, the Executive to the State Director for the Mrs. Washington America
Pageant allowing her to play a different role in pageantry. In addition to her current duties as the Executive to the State Director and Ms.
Washington Elite Hope Heart 2015 she is the owner of Fru.ition Photography and co-owner of Carvo Farms and Carvo Trucking. She and
her husband Brett have two active teenaged daughters and keep busy keeping up with them.
Daniel R Law
Personal Assistant/Stage Design
Daniel is a professional singer.  He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor's degree in Theater Arts.  Daniel has
worked at Disneyland and was a performer on many cruise lines.  He brings a great deal of theatrical experience and expertise to the
pageant.  We are very excited to add Daniel to our pageant family.
Tracy Estrellado
Judges Chair
Tracy Estrellado is from Richland, Washington.  She is a graduate of Eastern Washington University and Wichita State University. She and
her husband Jose moved to Moses Lake, WA in 1991 where they have raised three children, Jeremy, Jordan & Jenna. They have been
married for 30 years. She practices as a Physician Assistant in Orthopedic surgery and sports medicine at the Moses Lake Clinic. Her
husband is also a PA, providing primary care at the Royal City Clinic.   She enjoys playing cello and has performed many years for the
Mrs. Washington Pageant.   As an advocate for giving back to her community, she also performs at many charitable events.  In her spare
time, she tries to stay active and enjoys biking, hiking and spending time with her family.
Constance Glencoe
Chief Contestant Coordinator
Constance Glencoe is a resident of Moses Lake, WA.  She attended Boise State University and has 5 beautiful children and a wonderful
husband of 22 years.  Constance volunteers many hours at local schools and within her church, especially with the youth.  She loves
meeting new people and visiting new places throughout our diverse country.  She believes one can never have too many friends.
Charlene Watson, Ms. Washington Petite Senior 2013
Contestant Coordinator
Charlene Watson works for the Moses Lake Clinic as a Behavioral Health Therapist and has one daughter. She enjoys socializing with
friends, movie nights, pot lucks and traveling. She spends time promoting a healthy lifestyle for seniors. Charlene enjoys helping the
contestants backstage.
Beth Kovacevich, Mrs. Washington 1996
Workshops
Beth has been married to Brian for 20 years and they have two children, Chandler age 13 and Ashlyn age 11.    Beth has hosted
workshops at her home for the past 14 years and has never missed a pageant since she won in 1996. Beth is a Broker for Windermere
Real Estate. She enjoys spending time with her family.  Beth holds an annual workshop at her home.
Carla Richards, Mrs. Washington 2010
Assistant Dance Instructor
Carla has been dancing since the age of 11. She danced with the Tacoma Performing Dance Company, Eastern Washington University
Jazz III Unlimited Dance Team, A Time to Dance of Spokane, WA and the Lakewood YMCA Adult Performing Dance Company. She has
performed on stage with the Beach Boys, Otis Day and the Knights, the Sea Gals during the Seattle Seahawks halftime show, and
numerous other celebrities.
Since being crowned Mrs. Washington 2010, Carla Richards has continued to stay busy promoting her platform “Embracing the Special
Needs Child”.  As a mother of two boys with special needs, the oldest being diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome and the youngest being
diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, she is very passionate about being their number one advocate while helping other parents
do the same for their children.  Carla founded, along with her family, the first ever support group in Washington State to include children
who have been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome and/or Autism. She also stays busy traveling the state with her oldest son educating
the public on Tourette Syndrome and Autism.  Her philosophy is “The best way to advocate for your child is to take leadership roles in
their lives.”  As a military wife, Carla has been happily married to her husband Jeffrey Richards, an Officer in the Navy Reserves, for 23
years and counting!

Mayumi Muller, Mrs. Washington 1995 & 4th Runner-Up Mrs. America
Hair and Make-up Consultant
Mayumi Muller’s road to true love was a long and often challenging one. A model for more than 20 years and a former Mrs. Washington
America, Mayumi moved to the U.S. speaking no English and without a father. She went on to have children and multiple successful
careers, eventually meeting her husband and true love, Aaron.
Mayumi was born to an African-American father and Japanese mother, but lost her father when she was only 2. She and her mother
moved to the U.S. when she was a child, where Mayumi flourished. She attended the University of Washington on a track scholarship and
signed on with TEAM Models. She modeled in England, Spain, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Mayumi met and married her first husband and
had a daughter in 1992. In 1994, Mayumi tried out for Mrs. Washington America. Her goal was to be a role model for young women,
empowering them through femininity. Mayumi was first runner up in the 1994 pageant. Always looking to excel, she tried again in 1995
and won the crown - the first Japanese-African-American to do so. She went on to be fourth runner up in the Mrs. America pageant.
Mayumi used her crown to reach out to middle schoolers in the Seattle area. She partnered with Planned Parenthood to educate girls
regarding both contraceptives and the option of abstinence. Mayumi loved having the opportunity to reach out to and educate teen-age
girls. Continuing with her pursuit of a full life, Mayumi crowned the 1996 Mrs. Washington while 9 months pregnant with her second
daughter.
Mayumi remains a firm supporter of the Mrs. Washington program and is good friends with the director, who she regards as a mentor
and role model.
Mayumi went on to have a 2 daughters and a son with her first husband, but they parted after 15 years of marriage. For five years,
Mayumi worked, raised her children, and dated men who weren’t quite right. One day she was manning a booth at a trade show for her
company and a man approached her. He was obnoxious and funny and she liked it. He asked if she was going to attend the VIP event
later that evening and she informed him that her company was one of the sponsors so of course she would be there. She ran into him
again at the event and through the evening they joked and flirted. Mayumi learned his name was Aaron. Eventually, Aaron asked her for
her phone number and texted her before she had left the event. They texted back and forth and eventually talked on the phone. Mayumi
said it was like talking to an old friend. They have not looked back. Mayumi and Aaron are now married and are best friends which is the
way it should be.
Jennifer Lloyd, Mrs. Washington 2005 & 2nd Runner-Up Mrs. America
Pageant Coach
Jennifer is married to Randy Lloyd and they have 5 children.  They reside in Orting, Washington.  Jennifer is the official Mrs. Washington
America Pageant Coach. She has a lot of expertise in preparing our Queen's for nationals.   She was 2nd runner-up at Mrs. America
2005.  Jennifer loves outdoor sports, shopping and spending time with her family.
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Constantin (Chris) Szocol
Video Production
Constantin (Chris) has been in the film industry for more than 15 years. He is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and
Sciences.  He films and edits the Mrs. Washington America Pageant for television.
Chris enjoys modern day videography that is unique, catchy, and creative. Telling a story differently for every single couple I shoot.  He
enjoys capturing weddings. All of the firsts are what he loves about weddings. The first look, the first kiss, the first dance. Chris filmed
Dr. David and Pamela Curnel's 30th wedding renewal in Moses Lake this summer.
Chris has packages that will fit into everyone’s budget. If you love our work we would love to talk to you and come up with something that
will work for each and every couple.
He also does destination weddings. He loves to travel and is willing to go anywhere!
Debbie and Mark Roeber
Hosts


Debbie Roeber began her association with the Mrs. Washington America Pageant 15 years ago as an M.C. and entertainer.  She enjoys
working with Pam and David as well as the entire Mrs. Washington family.  Debbie’s pageant experience is extensive dating back to her
win as Spokane’s Jr. Miss, Washington’s Jr. Miss and as a Spokane Lilac Festival Princess. Currently she is the artistic director and
choreographer of the state and national award winning Moses Lake Distinguished Young Woman (formerly Jr. Miss) Program.
Deborah is also an accomplished professional entertainer.  After earning degrees from Whitworth University and E.W.U., Debbie has sung
professionally with the Spokane Opera, Spokane Symphony and most recently with the Basin Community Theatre starring in their wildly
successful production of “Les Miserables” as Fantine.  She is a teacher who maintains an active private voice studio while she attempts to
keep up with her two fabulous children, Samuel, 14 and Esther, 11. Debbie has been happily married to Mark for over 19 years. In her
free time, Deborah volunteers at her church leading Worship, watches Masterpiece Theatre and joyfully cheers on her kids from the
bleachers, on the bench or from the wings backstage.
Mark Roeber is enjoys hosting the Mrs. Washington pageant with his beautiful wife Debbie.  Mark has appeared in many local theater
productions as an actor including “How to Succeed in Business” and “Once Upon a Mattress”, along with numerous theater events at his
church and has had the opportunity to host several local benefit programs in the Moses Lake area for area foundations. He also enjoys
spreading his musical wings as a bass player in his church’s worship band. He has kept shop as a business owner in the insurance field
for the last eighteen years in Moses Lake and keeps in shape jogging with his wife and chasing after his two children.