Dave Duskin has been a member of the Rotary Club of Arlington since 1974. He served as President of that Club when it was called the Rotary Club of North Snohomish County in 1978-79.
Dave retired from his Arlington law practice in 2015, and since then he has been active in Rotary at the District level. He was the Assistant Governor of Area J from 2017 to 2020, and most recently he served as the Public Image & Communications Director. He has been a facilitator at a number of training events including Rotary Leadership Institute and the District Training Assembly.
Rotary runs in the family. Dave's twin brother Dale, his nephew Cory and his son Bryce, are all members and Past Presidents of the Arlington Club. Dave met his wife Kay when they both attended Washington State University. They recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They have two grown sons: Bryce and Brady. They have a beach home on Camano Island where you'll find Dave fishing, crabbing and shrimping in season. A hobby includes raising oysters in the tide waters in front of their beach home.

As a lifelong resident of Arlington, Dave has been active in many organizations including, but not limited to, the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, the Arlington Education Foundation, and the Boys Scouts of America at both a unit level and as a Past President of the Mount Baker Council. Dave is an Eagle Scout. The International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians awarded him the Cliff Dochterman Award for Distinguished and Dedicated Service to Scouting.
Dave and Kay are avid WSU Cougar Football fans and they can be found in Pullman on most football weekends.