Wall of Honor


This page honors the military veterans and first responders we have lost in the line of duty or to the war within.  With the Heroes Live On initiative, 22 Sierra Coffee Co. will be honoring these heroes on the back of our coffee.

Garrett Briggs - US Army


SPC Garrett Spencer Briggs was born on July 31, 1989, in Santa Ana, CA. He was the definition of the "true Californian" from his free-spirited nature to his love of the outdoors. He graduated at the top of his class and finished on the Dean's List from the NASCAR Institute. He worked in the Lowe's Pit Crew at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and then was recruited to work at the BMW Headquarters. After losing his mother, Garrett Joined the Army. He served honorably from 2011-2016. He was assigned to the 1/75th Ranger Regiment and, afterwards, the 82d Airborne. He deployed to Afghanistan with the 1/75th from 2012-2013. Garrett was a loving husband, father, and friend. He is survived by his wife, Miranda, his daughter, Essex, his sister, Kelly, and her four beautiful children, and his father, Gerry Santoyo. The Fight the War Within Foundations was established in his memory with a mission to connect those of all walks of life to mental health resources.


Seth Witulski - US Navy / Sheriff's Deputy

Seth Witulski 22 Sierra Coffee Co Wall of Honor

Deputy Seth Witulski was born and raised in Omaha, NE on January 13th, 1990. He grew up an avid outdoorsman with a passion for project cars. On any given day Seth could be found hiking through the woods or turning wrenches in the garage. Seth was a true patriot who had a love and loyalty for his country that was unmatched by most. After graduating from Mount Michael Benedictine High School, Seth went on to pursue a college degree, but found his life was meant for something different. Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, Seth joined the United States Navy. During his service, Seth was stationed in Yokosuka, Japan on the forward deployed nuclear aircraft carrier, the USS George Washington. He completed four deployments in the Asia Pacific region and earned his warfare specialist medal. After serving his country for 5 years, Seth transitioned back into civilian life but continued to serve his community. Seth became a deputy with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (NE) in March of 2016. He worked in patrol, court services, and served as a mentor to young adults who wanted to pursue a career in law enforcement. Seth was most happy when he was positively interacting with the community he served. He was always remembered for his professionalism, genuine smile, and upbeat demeanor. Deputy Seth Witulski passed away January 19th, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Kayleigh, two daughters, Myla and Evelynn, son, Marek, and parents, Julie and Dave. Seth’s memory lives on through all of the lives that he impacted during his military service and law enforcement career.