Linda Remley, Recording Secretary
Linda Remley joined the executive board of the Denver Police Museum as secretary in April 2018. She brings a bit of Recording Secretary experience to the Museum board with her 31 year membership in the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. Linda is a graduate of Colorado Women’s College (now the Women’s College at the University of Denver) with a degree in Political Science and minors in Economics and Psychology. She did her student teaching at North High School, but did not follow a career in classroom education. PR was her “calling” and it was answered. Linda is Vice President, Jewett Family of America, member of International Police Association and Mount Rosa Chapter, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR). Currently, she serves the Colorado State Society as PR/Media Chairman, Speaker’s Staff member, Chapter Recording Secretary and two chapter chairman positions. She has served the NSDAR as a National Vice Chairman, a past member of the Colorado State Executive Board, president of all but one club within the society. Linda is Senior State Chaplain, Children of the American Revolution and Librarian for a United States Daughters War of 1812 chapter. Historic Preservation tops her interests and many of her late husband’s police collections have been donated to the Denver Police Museum. Joining the Police Museum seems a natural progression in service to the community. She is a past member, Sons of Norway, no she is not Norwegian, and thoroughly enjoyed participating in ‘Ski for Light’ as a Nordic ski instructor. Alpine skiing has always been the first “love” and that was fulfilled as a ski instructor for many years. Traveling extensively has given her the opportunity to advance her interest in history and learn about other cultures. The many friends gained from these experiences has certainly enhanced her world.