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Albert Coke Roth, III, known by all as “Coke,” was born on November 15, 1949 in Wenatchee, Washington, and spent most of his young life in Moses Lake, Washington. He graduated from Moses Lake High School in 1968 and studied four years at the University of Washington, with his Junior year spent in Germany, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in German Area Studies/Germanics in 1972. After working and training in Los Angeles with the Gallo Wine Company, Coke joined Roth Distributing Company in 1973 and was President of this family beverage distributorship until it was sold in 1989.

At the age of 40, Coke attended the University of Puget Sound School of Law from 1990-1993 and was admitted to practice in Washington on November 4, 1993. He worked for Rettig, Osborne, Forgette during law school and for three years thereafter, striking out on his own in September, 1996. Coke was admitted to practice in the Eastern District of Washington on June 24, 1994, the Western District of Washington Federal District Courts on April 7, 1995 and was admitted to practice in Oregon in 2002.

Coke has been married to Mary Roth, a Certified Public Accountant for the past 25 years. They have 5 Children, 10 Grandchildren and 1 Great Grandchild. Coke is well known as an international wine judge and has been a community volunteer throughout his entire life. When he isn’t practicing law or judging wines he enjoys traveling abroad as well as exploring all of the wonderful things the great Northwest Region has to offer.

Coke was awarded the Governor’s Award for Volunteerism in 1996, Kennewick Man of the Year, Tri-Citian of the Year in 1997, Community Professional of the Year from the ARC in 2007, Peoples Choice Award for Best Attorney in 2013 and then again in 2015. There are numerous other awards recognizing his volunteer activities. He is a strong believer in giving back to his community.