It is with heavy hearts, extreme gratitude, and a lot of love that we honor the life and legacy of Darilyne Heather Goett, the first lady of the Olympia Companies SH Charitable Foundation. Darilyne and Garry Goett established the Foundation in 2000 to provide support and improve the quality of life for women and children in need in the Las Vegas Valley. Over the course of 20 years, their vision has had a profound and meaningful effect on the Community. As a mother, nana, and caregiver at heart, Darilyne had a passion for supporting causes that benefit children in need. Darilyne strongly supported and encouraged her loving husband in the initial Governor’s Black-Tie Event and thereafter for 20 years. The annual Governor’s Black-Tie charity event was a passion of hers. Ultimately raising over 22 million dollars for the various charities including a beautiful Boys and Girls Club in Southern Highlands. Her devotion, spirit, and vision for good can be seen in the thousands of kids who’ve received summer camp scholarships, new school clothes, after school tutoring, life-saving heart procedures, and life-sustaining cancer treatments. In addition, she was incredibly proud of the construction and ongoing operation of the Southern Highlands Boys and Girls Club. She loved knowing that children had a safe place to play and grow.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in honor of Darilyne to the charities that she loved: Olympia Companies SH Charitable Foundation (olympiacompaniesfoundation.org) or the Southern Highlands Boys and Girls Club (bgcsnv.org/clubhouses/southern-highlands-club).
Private services will be under the direction of Palm Mortuary Eastern. To offer condolences, please visit palmeastern.com.
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