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She is a life-long resident of Juneau. For years every Alaska state legislator has known her by name. Darlin is an inspiration to the people who have worked with her, and has helped many of them learn to advocate effectively for important social and cultural issues. Induction ceremony acceptance speech https: Darlin was born in and has been a lifelong resident of Juneau.
Her maternal grandparents came from Finland to Oregon in the s and moved to Juneau in They had two children, and then she was widowed in She married Bill Darlin in and he died in They owned Triangle Cleaners.
For 18 years she worked with the Bureau of Indian Affairs promoting education, economic and quality of life improvements for rural Alaska and as the training officer for the Juneau Area.
In she was appointed to the Juneau Community College Advisory Committee and was president of it for a term and a member until After retiring inDarlin continued her career as a volunteer. She said she was busier and worked harder than ever. In she led the group starting a Juneau chapter of the National Association of Retired Federal Employee, and followed this with starting an Alaska federation of chapters and serving four years as its president.
She has been instrumental in getting the State of Alaska to enact a missing vulnerable adult response plan and senior citizen protections and to extend the Alaska Health Care Commission. Darlin is an effective advocate because she prepares in advance, attends hearings, speaks up, and follows up with personal visits to legislators.
For years every Alaska state legislator has known Darlin by name. At a committee meeting in Senator Bert Stedman would not hold a vote on a piece of legislation until he had heard from her about it. Local and state historical societies and museums also are very important to Darlin, and they have benefitted from her volunteer work.
For the Juneau-Douglas City Museum she leads walking tours of historic places in downtown Juneau and answers questions at the front desk of the museum. Darlin was one of the steadfast leaders who advocated for 10 years acquiring property and securing funding for a much-needed state libraries archives and museums center in Juneau expected to open in The City and Borough of Juneau passed a proclamation recognizing Darlin in for her tireless advocacy.
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