Darlene Warren

Darlene Warren is a native to Eastern Washington where she graduated from Washington State University in 1991 with a BA in Sociology and Criminal Justice. She moved to the area with her husband and called Warrenton their home in 1997. She has four children, two sons that currently attend Warrenton High School. Darlene has owned and operated Darlene Warren Farmers Insurance in Warrenton where she brings 10 years of insurance and financial services to the community. It is a family owned business, with her husband Roger and daughter Heather by her side, whom strongly believe in giving back to the Warrenton community.

Darlene is passionate about her community and local schools. She is actively involved in the community by serving with a few local organizations such as the Warrenton Business Association and represents the WBA as a CEDR Board Member. She is co-founder and Board Chair of the Warrenton Warming Center, an elected Board Member of the Warrenton-Hammond School District, Board Member for the Warrenton Rotary and Warrenton Kiwanis Organizations, an active member of the Astoria Warrenton Chamber of Commerce, and a current Board Member of the North Coast Prevention Works. She also finds time to volunteer coach for the Warrenton High School Track and Field Throwers program.

 Darlene was nominated by the City of Warrenton and recognized by the Astoria-Warrenton Chamber of Commerce by receiving the 2016 Richard Ford Distinguished Service Award.

Darlene seeks refuge in her family and enjoys creating memories in everything they do.