WINDOW ROCK, AZ – On October 1, 2018, board member Lynette Goldtooth resigned from Navajo Hopi Honor Riders, we would like to wish her the best in her academics as she enters her Nurse practitioner masters program. She served on the board for one year starting in September 2017, she has helped tremendously.
President of Navajo Hopi Honor Riders, Bobby Martin expressed this appreciation, “Lynette was a huge asset to NHHR she was a great representative from the Western Agency, her heart, her commitment and dedication to all veterans was truly felt by all.”
“I’ve had the pleasure to work with some of the most amazing and talented people with NHHR. I will continue to always support our veterans of the military branches and public safety, Gold and Blue Star families and ride when I can. Thank you all for asking me to serve aboard,” stated Lynette Goldtooth.
Navajo Hopi Honor Riders board regretfully accepts Ms. Goldtooth’s resignation and her vast knowledge with veteran programs will be missed. We wish her the best as she excels in her profession.
BOD Navajo Hopi Honor Riders, Inc.
►Lynette Goldtooth was raised in Tuba City and born in Shiprock, she is Bįįh Bitoodnii (Deer Springs Clan), born for Tábąąhá (Edge Water People); her maternal grandfather is Tł’ááshchí’i (Red Bottom People) and paternal grandfather is Kinyaa’áanii (Towering House Clan).
She comes from a family with eight siblings, her hobbies include; hiking, running, camping, fishing, weaving, reading, she enjoys cake and floral decoration and watching rodeos.
Goldtooth graduated from Tuba City High School and attended Mohave Community College and received her associate degree in nursing. She then received her bachelor’s degree in nursing at Grand Canyon University in 2010. She currently works as a registered nurse.
Lynette is passionate about improving assistance for Veterans by making connection with VA hospitals.