Scene in Edmonds: Fond farewell to Tarin Erickson

Edmonds Historical Museum members turned out Thursday afternoon to say goodbye to Museum Executive Director Tarin Erickson, right, who is leaving for a job with the National Park Service.

Edmonds Historical Museum members and supporters turned out Thursday afternoon to say goodbye to Museum Executive Director Tarin Erickson, right, who is leaving after three and a half years for a job with the National Park Service.

"I can't image where we'd be without her hard work," said Museum Board President Bill Lambert, right.

“I can’t image where we’d be without her hard work,” said Museum Board President Bill Lambert, right, of Erickson, whose legacy includes overseeing the completed renovation of the museum’s upper level in the historic 1910 Carnegie Library.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Would like to have been there but other obligations interfered. Best wishes in your new job, Tarin. It’s been a real pleasure knowing you and seweing the changes you’ve made in the museum. Jim Lockhart

  2. Tarin has left her mark . The museum was lucky to have her.

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