Dawn Crumly Lemongello
Florida State Regent

On behalf of the Florida State Society Daughters of the American Revolution I welcome you to our State Society website.

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization composed of women who have men or women in their lineage who served to help form this country during the Revolutionary War. Nationally, Daughters promote our three objectives of historic preservation, education and patriotism.

This great country was born on the backs of our hardworking men, who alongside them, doing volunteer work in their churches and in their communities while raising their families, were equally hardworking women. Today, times have changed in that women are now in the workforce, but it hasn’t changed in that just as our foremothers before us, women are still volunteering extensively in their communities.

With over 185,000 members Nationwide and nearly 11,000 members in the State of Florida, DAR women volunteer over 4 million service hours annually. We are in your schools, your hospitals, and your churches. We roll up our sleeves and volunteer in the soup kitchens, VA centers, and homeless shelters. We work beside you as nurses, doctors, teachers, engineers, and lawyers. We are in college, are stay at home moms and are retired. We serve our country as law enforcement officers and in our military.

We are diverse as we are represented by every race, religion and ethnicity, and we range in age from 18 to 100+ years.

Our bonds of friendship are great as we move forward in Service to America.

We invite you to inquire about DAR and becoming a member by contacting a chapter in your area.


Dawn Crumly Lemongello
Florida State Regent

Scripture: From the rising of the sun to the place where it sets, the name of the Lord is to be praised. Psalm 113:3