Originally from Racine, WI, there she met her late husband Mark Albright. Mark was a career Navy veteran and they lived most of their life on Whidbey Island, Washington. Living near Oak Harbor, they had two children, Mark Jr., and Sarah. After the loss of her husband, through the help of a mutual friend, Robin reconnected with Mike Miller, a high school sweetheart. They married in 2018 and now reside in Anchor Point where they are building a house.
Professionally, Robin pursued a career in banking starting out as a teller and rising to the position of Vice President of Loan Operations for a regional banking chain. A natural talent with people, administration and organization, Robin joined Hospice of Homer because she wanted to help people who need something to make their life easier in that moment of need. Asked why she connects with Hospice of Homer, Robin said, “Like many people, I’ve experienced my share of loss and grief. Coming from a military background, you learn early, shipmates help shipmates. Whether it’s a broken leg or the loss of the closest person in your life, we’re more than just resources. HoH is family. It’s a community when you don’t know where to turn.”
Holly joined Hospice in June of 2020. After earning a BS in Business Finance, she worked with industry in Alaska and on the East Coast developing her skills in accounting, project controls, budget development, and human resource management. Though she moved to Alaska in 1999, the transition from Anchorage to Homer happened slowly and the weekend cabin out East End Road became a home back in 2017. Holly enjoys relaxing outdoor adventures, traveling just about anywhere, time with her animals, yoga, and a good book.
Christina began her journey with Hospice of Homer as a volunteer in 2000 and then in the role of Client Services Coordinator between 2002 and 2004. A Homer resident for more than 20 years, Christina has extensive experience working with local and statewide nonprofits in the areas of event coordination, public relations, marketing and fund development. Her passions include writing, photography, travel and community connections. Whether she is hosting writing groups, rock painting groups, photography workshops, adventure conversations or guided hikes, Christina strives to nurture kindness and compassion, and so the HOH motto “Compassion in Action” is dear to her heart.