Brandon Snesko, President
Brandon Snesko walked the halls of Congress as a Congressional Page before following in his family footsteps and began serving process in 1999. Soon thereafter, he became a Private Investigator, working for most of the major Washington D.C. process serving and private investigation firms.
He is a currently licensed P.I. specializing in high-profile investigations for private companies, individuals, and the United States Government. Some of his investigations have included locating, interviewing and taping individuals as defendants or witnesses, surveillance, insurance fraud, adultery, custody cases, corporate evidence recording, and more.
Brandon is also a founding member of the Mid-Atlantic Association of Professional Process Servers. MAAPPS' primary members are Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland-based process servers interested in creating and supporting education, forming committees to create new laws, and observing changing laws to create a better future for the process serving industry.
Brandon and his father, Tony Snesko, founded Same Day Process Service in 2005 to serve the needs of the 80,000+ attorneys in the D.C. Metro area. In 2010, Brandon was the first process server in the DC area to adopt serving all legal documents using iPhone and Android smartphones and GPS technology, giving our clients complete accountability and transparency.
Brandon and his wife, Kara , have 2 boys, Caleb & Oliver, and are avid Washington Capital hockey fans (Go CAPS!. They live in Annapolis, MD.
Tony Snesko, CEO
Chief Executive Officer at Same Day Process, Tony is a Vietnam Veteran and former Los Angeles Police Officer. He began process serving in 1970 and owned and operated the largest process service firm in San Diego, California before relocating to Washington, DC in 1995.
From representing rock stars and actors, to high-powered politicians - Tony’s legal experiences could fill volumes. But, his claim to fame is his ability to “serve the impossible.” The attorney for the late Frank Fitzsimmons confided to Tony that he was the only process server to ever personally serve the evasive and well-guarded teamster’s boss.
Tony proposed the first-in-the-nation, ethics and standards guidelines for professional process servers and chaired the first Ethics and Standards Committee for The California Professional Process Server’s Association. He also proposed the first Process Server’s Certification Exam and was its co-author.
Michael Molash, Director of Operations
Mike has been employed by Same Day Process since 2007, and has helped the company grow, especially in adapting new technologies to serve our clients. Mike is a licensed private investigator who specializes in skip tracing, and develops the policies and procedures by which Same Day Process operates.
Mike is truly a natural born leader, and this is reflected every day. Mike manages the office staff and strives to meet all of our clients’ needs with his friendly and quick-witted demeanor. Even though he is a very humorous person, he takes his work very seriously. Regardless of the job, you can trust that Mike will go above and beyond the call of duty!
Mike graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a BS in Criminal Justice, and is a diehard Green Bay Packers fan. In his free time, Mike likes to dominate at a game of Trivial Pursuit and is a regular at many D.C pub quiz nights. He also likes to travel, run, and read up on history, specifically the Civil War.
Castina Watson, Nationwide Process Controller
Castina joined the team at Same Day Process Service (SPDS) in March, 2015. A venture into the always eventful world of process serving marked a career shift for this lifelong lover of the written word. Castina, who studied English at George Mason University, spent six years as a freelance writer, specializing in entertainment blogging. She brought her skills as a celebrity informant to a host of well-trafficked sites online.
Eventually, Castina made the career shift from the quiet world of working from home to the legal services field. (Her mother always said her binge-watching of Law & Order: SVU would come in handy someday.) Castina takes great pride in her work as Nationwide Process Controller at SDPS. To sharpen her skills in her new profession, she worked to earn certification in the field of Administrative Technology. Thanks to this training, she is even more well-versed on the logistics of office management.
A native Washingtonian (Go Skins!), Castina enjoys spending her free time reading true crime literature (Ann Rule anyone?) and traveling anywhere with sand and surf. Castina indulges in all things fitness. She is a mat-carrying yogi, but also has an affinity for kickboxing, weight-lifting and Pilates. She adores animals, especially dogs, and is a devoted supporter of animal rights and volunteers her time to Washington-area animal rescue groups.
Tyler Walkers, Executive Customer Service Representative
Tyler began as an intern for Same Day Process Service in Fall of 2015 and was hired immediately after his internship was over. Making the big move from small-town Florida, Tyler has primarily filled the customer service role at the company and will most likely be the first and last voice you hear during your time with us. He works tirelessly to ensure that your experience with Same Day Process is a memorable and enjoyable one.
Tyler comes from a small town outside of Jacksonville, Florida and was captain of his small school’s football team, as well as a rower for seven years on the high-caliber crew team. Tyler graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor’s in National Security and minor in Philosophy. For two years he played rugby for the Argonauts becoming team Vice President, and then briefly president before an injury cut his rugby career short. His leadership skills are constantly in use as he is the site supervisor for Same Day Process’s internship program.
Tyler was born into the unfortunate, but die-hard life of a Jacksonville Jaguars fan (I promise, THIS will be our year). He spends most of his free time learning languages, primarily Chinese, as he intends to pursue a Master’s in Pacific Studies from one of the many high-end foreign studies programs in DC. Tyler takes extreme pride in his cooking as he fills most of what remaining free time he has with furthering his culinary arts. His true leisure time is spent reading and re-reading his favorite John Le Carre novels.