Wyoming State Regent
Dine was born in New York City and attended three boarding schools; graduating from The White Mountain School in New Hampshire in 1953. She graduated from Bennett Jr. College in 1955 with an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree. She continued her education as a Sculpture Major at Columbia University and studied at the Columbia School of Occupational Therapy before marrying Robert J. Dellenback in 1958. Her husband, Bob, passed away in 2016.
She is the proud parent of four children, four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
In the past she has volunteered over 500 hours at Babies’ Hospital in New York City. She continues to give of herself and her time, volunteering at St. John’s Hospital in Jackson, Wyoming.
Dine is a member of St. John’s Church in Jackson where she sings in the choir, sand serves as a Lector, and Altar Guild at the Chapel of the Transfiguration in Moose, Wyoming.
She and her husband had a farm in Connecticut starting in 1978 and moved there in 1981. Afterward she purchased a needlepoint shop in 1982 but it closed in 1990 when they moved to Jackson, Wyoming.
Dine became a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution on April 21, 2007. She was elected to Regent of the Davey Jackson Chapter in 2010 and served as Regent until 2016. At the state level, she served as State Chaplain from 2016-2017; and Vice Regent from 2017-2018. She has also served on the D Street Door Committee at Continental Congress from 2012-2017.