About Province VIII DOK

May 2, 2013  National Day of Prayer – See Province VIII News page for more information, including the connection to Daughters of the King

We Have a Vice President!

March 16, 2013

Dear Sisters,

It is with joy that we announce that Cynthia Carson of the Diocese of Hawaii has accepted to serve as our Province Vice President.  It was a great pleasure for me to be present for her installation today at a gathering of our sisters in Hawaii.

Those who attended the recent Servant Leader Retreat had opportunity to meet Cynthia.  I am sure they will agree that she will be a wonderful addition to our leadership team. Below is an updated officer sheet for your use.

May each of you complete this last week of Lent with humility, may we journey through Holy Week to the joyful and blessed Easter.

For His Sake,

Province VIII Secretary Kathleen Nyhuis

Executive Board of the Order of the Daughters of the King of Province of the Pacific (VIII)

President Sara Lee Macdonald
805-260-2253 (cell)    805-925-3147 (home)    1426 W Claremont Pl,  Santa Maria, CA  93458
Diocese of Los Angeles

Vice President Cynthia Carson
808-237-9362    91-1096 Kai Weke St, Ewa Beach HI 96706
Diocese of Hawaii

Secretary Kathleen Nyhuis
peaceful.drum@yahoo.com  or  kathnyhuis@yahoo.com
206-295-1801 (cell)    3510 S Leschi Pl, Seattle, WA  98144-2623
Diocese of Olympia

Treasurer Arlyne Dudley
503-553-9545 (cell)    503-254-1938 (home)    1948 NE 108th Ave, Portland, OR 97220
Diocese of Oregon

Daughters-at-Large (and Past President Advisor) Christine Budzowski
310-948-0056 (cell)    310-821-0111  (home)
578 Washington Boulevard #861, Marina del Rey, CA 90292
Diocese of Los Angeles

Junior Daughter Directress

Province VIII is known as the “Province of the Pacific.” It incorporates all the states touching the Pacific Ocean, plus the states that touch those states, and therefore includes:

  • California
  • Oregon
  • Washington
  • Alaska
  • Hawaii
  • Arizona
  • Nevada
  • Utah
  • Idaho

Province VIII also includes Navajoland and Taiwan.  Daughters of the King  may assemble as a diocese when there are a minimum of three chapters in good standing established, the diocesan bishop is supportive of the assembly, and diocesan officers are elected from the membership.