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By David Pan 

Hope Soldiers founder fights to save lives

Mukilteo's executive assistant runs nonprofit helping those with addiction, mental health challenges

 

Last updated 9/15/2021 at 12:51pm

David Pan

Hope Soldiers founder Lindsey Arrington speaks at Snohomish County's A Night to Remember, A Time to Act event Tuesday, Aug. 31.

Lindsey Arrington wears many hats.

By day, she is the executive assistant for the City of Mukilteo. She has numerous duties, including project manager, staff liaison to multiple boards and commissions, communication and social media responsibilities, as well providing support to Mayor Jennifer Gregerson and City Administrator Steve Powers.

Arrington has three children, ages 2, 4, and 12, who keep her pretty busy, along with husband Shawn.

But for many people in recovery, Arrington is a face of hope and inspiration.

Arrington is the founder and president of Hope Soldiers, a nonprofit she des...



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