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       Rotary International
          Eric E. Adamson
     R.I. Director 2008-2010,
                  Zones 33 and 34
    R.I. Vice President 2009-2010
2009-2010 Directory               Page
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2009-2010 Directory   Page 3

          ROTARY ZONES 33 & 34
            PAST, PRESENT AND

                2009 - 2010

               Compiled and Edited
               Gary D. Wilson PDG
            District 6960 - 2000-2001

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                       TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographies                                                     6-14

Institute Sites & Dates                                          16

Presidents of Rotary International From Zones 33 & 34

Assignment Abbreviations

Current, Future and Past R.I. Officers-Alphabetically
(Includes all contact information, assignments and awards)

District Governors Pictures
(Listed from Most Current to Earlier Classes)                136-155

Service Above Self Awards


Distinguished Service Awards


Citation For Meritorious Service Awards


Current, Future and Past R.I. Officers-By District


Current, Future and Past R.I. Officers-By Year Served


RI Presidents and Themes

John Kenny, Grangemouth, Scotland
Rotary International President
President-elect, Rotary International,
Vice Chair, 2008 (Los Angeles)
Convention Committee, 2007-08
Trustee, The Rotary Foundation,
Chair, Executive Committee, Rotary International, 1996-97
Director, Rotary International, 1995-97
President, Rotary International in Great Britain and Ire-
land, 1992-93
Vice president, RIBI, 1991-92
District governor, 1984-85

John is a past dean of his local law faculty, a judge, and a notary. He is
active in the Scout Movement and earned the Scouting Medal of Merit for
helping to form new scout groups in Eastern Europe. Kenny was ap-
pointed deputy lieutenant of his district by Queen Elizabeth II. An elder of
the Church of Scotland, he has served as session clerk and presbytery
elder. He is a past president of both the Forth Valley Junior Chamber of
Commerce and the Federation of Scottish Junior Chambers of Commerce.
He is also past general legal counsel of Jaycees International. A Rotarian
since 1970, John has been president and vice president of Rotary Inter-
national in Great Britain and Ireland. He has served RI as director, execu-
tive committee chair, Rotary Foundation trustee, institute moderator, dis-
trict governor, convention vice chair and group leader, president’s repre-
sentative, and committee member and chair. He’s been a delegate,
member at large, and parliamentarian at several Councils on Legislation.
John is a Major Donor to The Rotary Foundation and a Bequest Society
member, and has received the Foundation’s Citation for Meritorious Ser-
vice and Distinguished Service Award. He has been married to June since

He is also past general legal counsel of Jaycees International.

      2009-2010 Directory                                 Page 7
Eric E. Adamson
Rotary International
RI Vice President 2009-2010
Director 2008-2010
District Governor 1995-1996
Rotary Club of Front Royal, VA, USA,
District 7570

Eric E. Adamson is a retired private practice attorney. His current busi-
ness interests include an indoor health and tennis club, and real estate,
commercial rental and residential development. He received a BA & JD
degree from the University of Virginia, and his post-doctorate from
George Washington University.
Eric, a 33 year member of the Front Royal VA Rotary Club, was Presi-
dent in 1980 and District 7570 Governor in 1995-96. He has served
many years as District RYLA & Polio Chairs. GSE team leader to Argen-
tina, he has traveled several continents founding grant projects, includ-
ing a recent trip to Central America, returning with 16 grant projects.

Eric has served as International Assembly Instructor & Chair of several
RI Committees. Expert on the RI Council on Legislation, he has served
as Delegate, Constitution & Bylaws Committee Chair, Operations Com-
mittee, and twice as a Member at Large, most recently in 2007. He was
Zone 33 RLI Chair and International Vice President of The Rotary Lead-
ership Institute. He has served as RI President's Representative to
many Districts and as Zone Advisor to the Rotary Foundation Annual
Fund & Permanent Fund. He has received The TRF Award for Meritori-
ous Service, and the RI Service Above Self Award. He & Linda are Ma-
jor Donors & Special Bequest Society Members of TRF.

In his community, he has been a Trustee of a National Trust for
Historic Preservation estate, active in his church, as Trustee and
lay reader. He is Trustee and Corporate Secretary of the Re-
gional 4-H Board and Board member of the Warren Educational
Endowment. Eric and his wife, Linda have four grown children
and seven (& 9/10) grandchildren.

   Page 8                                       Rotary Zones 33 & 34
      Past R.I. Presidents and Directors
               In Zones 33 & 34

President, Rotary International, 1995-1996
“Act with Integrity, Serve with Love, Work
for Peace”

Herbert G. Brown is a businessman and former real
estate developer. He has been chairman and president
of several banks and retail companies. For more than
50 years he owned and operated furniture stores in
Florida and Louisiana. Born in 1923 in Iota, Louisiana,
U.S.A., he attended the University of South Louisiana
and Eckerd College.

Mr. Brown joined the Rotary Club of Opelousas, Louisiana in 1945 and is cur-
rently a member of the Rotary Club of Clearwater, Florida. He has served Ro-
tary International as District Governor, institute counselor, member and chair-
man of numerous committees, Rotary Foundation Trustee and Director, and
Aide to the president of Rotary International. He was chairman of the Health,
Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Committee for five years and chairman of both
the Rotary International PolioPlus Campaign Committee for the U.S.A. and the
1991 Mexico City Rotary International Convention Committee.

Mr. Brown holds both the Citation of Meritorious Service and the Distinguished
Service Award for his service to The Rotary Foundation. He has achieved more
than 43 years of perfect attendance in Rotary.

Mr. Brown and his wife Diane live in Clearwater, Florida. They have five chil-
dren and nine grandchildren.

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Director, Rotary International, 1970-72

N. Pratt Secrest is president of Secrest Properties
Ltd., in Thomasville. Born in Athens, Georgia, he is a
graduate of the University of Georgia.

He is a director and past president of Thomasville
Area Chamber of Commerce; founding director of and
former chairman of the board of trustees of the
Brookwood School, and a director of the Commercial
Bank. He was named "Man of the Year". of Thomasville in 1985.

In Thomasville, he has served as city commissioner, vice-president of the Pay-
roll Development Authority, planning and zoning commission, and charter vice
chairman of the committee for biracial communication. He has served as
member of the board of directors of the YMCA, Youth Center, Salvation Army,
Council on Aging, Thomasville Arts Guild, and as president of the Thomasville
Council of PTAs.

A Rotarian since 1947, Mr. Secrest is a member and past president of the Ro-
tary Club of Thomasville. He has served Rotary International as district gov-
ernor, consultative group member and chairman, committee member and
chairman, International Assembly director of instruction, director, and chair-
man of the Executive Committee of the RI board.

Vice-president, Rotary International,
Director, Rotary International, 1986-88
Trustee, Rotary Foundation, 2000-01

Roberto H. Valentín is president of Eric's Snacks Prod-
ucts, Inc., and serves as a president of several other
firms. Born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, he earned his
degree in industrial engineering at the University of
Puerto Rico.

Mr. Valentín is a director of Banco Santander, Puerto Rico, Cardiovascular
Hospital and the Caribbean Business Weekly Newspaper. He is listed in
"Who's Who in the USA” and “Personalities of the Caribbean” publications.

 A Rotarian since 1966, he is a member and past president of the Rotary Club
of San Juan. He has served Rotary International as district governor, commit-
tee member and chairman, International Assembly instructor, director and

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Director, Rotary International, 1986-88
(Selected from Zones 31&32-Now resides in Zones 33&34)

Ed is a native of Brooklyn, New York and is a graduate of
Indiana University and the New York Law School. He
enlisted in the Navy during World War II and was re-
called to service during the Korean conflict. After passing
the New York bar exam, he established a successful
country law practice in Cato, New York. While practicing
law, be served as a Justice of the Peace, Village Clerk, Assistant District Attor-
ney and finally became a New York State Assistant Attorney-General, from
which he is now retired.

Ed taught criminal law in community college. Ed has been a Rotarian for over
50 years, joining the Cato Rotary Club in upstate New York in 1953 and serv-
ing as its President in 1956. He became Governor of District 715 in 1970 and
was an R.I. Director from 1986 to 1988 responsible for Zones 31&32. He has
been a member and Chairman of the R.I. Constitution and By-taws Committee
and has served on various other RI Committees.

Director, Rotary International 1993-1994

Barrie S. Davis is president of Davis Design ,
a small business he formed eight years ago after sell-
ing the printing company he had operated for nearly
half a century. He has had a long career in publishing,
including 13 years as a newspaper and maga-
zine editor. Born in 1923 in North Carolina, U.S.A., he
attended Wake Forest University prior to service as a
fighter pilot in World War II.

A Rotarian since 1946, Barrie is a member and three-term past president of
the Rotary Club of Zebulon. He has served Rotary International as a district
governor, committee member, and director. He received the Citation for
Meritorious Service from The Rotary Foundation. His wife, Ramona, also is a

  As a Rotary project, he organized an Army National Guard field artillery bat-
tery in his home town and subsequently served 25 years in the Guard, retiring
as a Colonel, Field Artillery.

  He has served as president of the Printing Industry of the Carolinas and
chairman of the PICA Foundation, an educational arm of the printing associa-
tion. He is a director of the Zebulon Chamber of Commerce, deacon in his
church, and has completed work in both the York and Scottish Rites of the
Masonic Order.

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General Secretary, Rotary Int’l 1997-2000
Director, Rotary International, 1994-96

Dr. S. Aaron Hyatt was General Secretary of Rotary
International (RI), 1997-2000 overseeing the adminis-
trative operations of RI. Prior to this appointment
he was president of Macon State College in Macon,
Georgia, USA from 1985 to 1997. He was previously
dean of research and graduate studies at Western
Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina, USA.

He joined the Rotary Club of Sylva, North Carolina, in 1972 and served as club
president and district governor of the Rotary International district 767 serving
western North Carolina. He became a member of the Rotary Club of Macon in
1985 and since his retirement, is a member of the Rotary Club of Sarasota
Bay, Florida. As a member of the Rotary International Board of Directors from
1994 to 1996, he helped develop policies and set priorities for the global net-
work of 28,000 Rotary clubs in 155 countries and 35 geographical regions

He holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education from The Ohio State Uni-
versity. He and his wife, Jane, are natives of Waynesville, North Carolina and
have two children and six grandchildren.

Director, Rotary International, 1996-1998

Ed Hatcher is a native of Bristol, Virginia, attended local
schools, was an undergraduate student at Virginia Tech
and graduated from the Medical College of Virginia with
the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery, and is the re-
cipient of an honorary doctoral degree from Han Nam
University, Taejon, Korea. He presently serves on the
Board of the area hospital system.

He joined the Bristol VA/TN Rotary Club in 1958 and has held continu-
ous membership in that club since his induction. He has served Rotary Inter-
national as District Governor, International Assembly instructor, delegate to
the Council on Legislation, director, International Institute chairman, and has
chaired R.I.'s Public Relations Committee, World Community Service Task
Force, the Communications Committee, World Community Service Resource
Network, and the Extension of Rotary Committee. He has participated in Na-
tional Polio Immunization days in Ethiopia, Bangladesh and India.

On the RI Board, Ed was chair of the Administration Committee. He is the
recipient of Rotary's Service Above Self Award. And many TRF awards.

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Director, Rotary International, 1998-2000

A Rotarian since 1979, Bob is President of Design
Guild, Inc., a picture framing and awards design busi-
ness. He is also a noted motivational speaker on the
subject of Business Building and at many Rotary func-
tions. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Davie,
Florida USA. He has served Rotary as District Governor
and Director. Additionally, he has been a delegate to
the Council on Legislation and Past Chair of the Audit Committee of the Board
of Directors. Bob also chaired the Strategic Planning Committee and Vice
Chaired the Finance Committee of the Board. Bob served on numerous other
RI Committees and convened the 1998 and 1999 Rotary Institutes for our
Zones. Bob is also involved with many civic projects in his home town. He and
Monica have two children and continues to share Rotary throughout the

Director, Rotary International, 2000-2002

David M. Michaux was born in Atlanta, Georgia and
spent his formative years in Charlotte, North Carolina.
After graduating from the University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, he received a commission in the United
States Marine Corps. His professional career has included being a partner in a
firm in Atlanta specializing in insurance and surety bonds for contractors. In
1987 he joined what is now Bank of America serving in the Trust and General
Bank areas until his retirement.

David is a member of the Rotary Club of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and
served on the Board of Directors of Rotary International in 2000 - 2002. In
2001-02 he chaired the RI Board Audit Committee and continues to serve on
committees including the RI Finance Committee and Nominations Committee
for our next RI President. In 1999, David was awarded the Service Above Self
award for his dedicated service to Rotary. He is a Major Donor to The Rotary
David has served as President of the Coastal Concert Association, and as a
Director of the Long Bay Symphonic Society, Ltd. He has served as President
of the Murrells Inlet Concerned Citizens Association, an environmental group,
and as a Board Member of the Greater Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce.
David has a daughter and son, and two grandchildren.

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Director, Rotary International, 2000-2002
(Selected from Zones 31&32-Now resides in Zones 33&34)

Don is Regional Extension Director Emeritus of the
University of Maryland and recipient of the Epsilon
Sigma Phi Regional Extension Distinguished Service
Award. He was a USDA Fellow, a member of the
Maryland Higher Education Commission and director
of the Maryland 4-H Foundation.

A member of the Rotary Club of Easton, Maryland since 1977, Don has served
Rotary International as director, district governor, International Assembly
discussion leader and training leader, Aide to the 2004-05 RI President, com-
mittee and task force member, member of the RI President's Advisory Council
and delegate to the Council on Legislation. He has served The Rotary Founda-
tion as Permanent Fund National Advisor, Polio Eradication Fund Raising Cam-
paign National Coordinator, Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator and Mod-
erator of the RRFC Training Institute.

He is a recipient of the Rotary International Service Above Self Award and The
Rotary Foundation's Distinguished Service Award and its Citation for Meritori-
ous Service.

Director, Rotary International, 2002-2004

J. David Roper is a Superior Court Judge. He re-
ceived his undergraduate and law degrees from the
University of Georgia. David's wife, Edna, is a regis-
tered nurse. They live in Martinez, Georgia. In his community, David has
served as chairman of Community Leadership, vice chair of Goodwill Indus-
tries of Middle Georgia, director of the Chamber of Commerce, and a member
of the Private Industry Council. He is a deacon of Warren Baptist Church, a
member of the Georgia Master 4-H Club, and a graduate of professional base-
ball umpire's school.

A member of the Rotary Club of Martinez-Evans, David has served Rotary as
director, member and chair of the RI Constitution & Bylaws Committee and
the RI Strategic Planning Committee, GSE team leader, and Trustee of the
Georgia Rotary Student Program. David and Edna have participated in Polio
immunization in Nigeria, Ghana and India. He is the recipient of The Rotary
Foundation's Distinguished Service Award and its International Service Award
for a Polio Free World. He is also the recipient of the United States President’s
Call to Service Award.

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Director, Rotary International 2004-2006

A native of Virginia, Ken has lived in Chapel Hill,
North Carolina for the past 25 years. His first contact
with Rotary was in 1978, when he was a GSE Team
Member from D7600 in Virginia to D1440 in Den-
mark. He served on the RI Board of Directors from

A member of the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill since 1983, Ken has served Rotary
as Moderator of the 2008 International Assembly, Chairman of the 2007 Inter-
national Institute, chairman of the RI Leadership Development Commit-
tee, District Governor, President's Representative, Anaheim Training Leader,
Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator, and member of two Councils on Leg-
islation. Ken is a recipient of the RI Service Above Self Award, and The Rotary
Foundation Citation for Meritorious Service and Distinguished Service Award.
In 2008 he received the International Service Award for a Polio-Free World.

Ken has been involved in the leadership of the Carolinas' Multi-district PETS
since 1991, and for 10 years chaired an 11 district Outbound Scholar Training
Seminar. In 1999, he was also involved in the founding of the Multi-district
PETS Alliance.

Director Rotary International 2006

Milton O. Jones was born in Largo, Florida, and has
resided most of his life on the west coast of Florida. He
attended Stetson University, the New Orleans Baptist
Seminary, and received a Ph. D. from Florida State
University in 1964.
 In 1972, Dr. Jones was selected as the founding Presi-
dent of the Pasco Hernando Community College, a position he held for 23

Milt served District #6950 as Governor in 1996-97 and has been a member of
the Rotary Club of Dade City for 33 years. He was a GSE Team Leader, and
Council on Legislation Delegate twice. He chartered nine Rotary Clubs adding
281 new Rotarians to the District. He has been Permanent Fund Chair and
sponsored seven Matching Fund Grants involving as many as sixteen contrib-
uting Rotary Clubs in the District. He has received the Service Above Self
Award, Citation for Meritorious Service and Distinguished Service Awards. In
2003, District #6950 established the “Milton O. and Alice Jones Outstanding
Rotarian Award”, a prestigious annual award made to the outstanding Rotar-
ian in the District annually.

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Director, Rotary International 2006-2008

Barry Rassin was born in London, England but moved
to Nassau, Bahamas as an infant. He received his
education in America where he completed his MBA at
the University of Florida and achieved his FACHE. He
was the CEO of Doctors Hospital for 28 years in Nas-
sau and is now the President of the Hospital. He has
been involved in numerous non profit organizations in
The Bahamas from Literacy to Quality.

Barry joined The Rotary Club of East Nassau in 1980, was President in 1987-
88, and District Governor for District 4040 (now 7020) in 1991-92. He has
been active in the District with involvement in training, Polio Plus and as sec-
retary of the District Council. Within the Zone he has served on the Directors
Advisory Committee, was GETS co-chair and Training Coordinator for Zone
Institute Training.

Barry was Director of Rotary International for 2006-2008, has served RI as
Coordinator for Rapid Disaster Relief and Polio Plus and was Senior Coordina-
tor for Reducing Child Mortality in the Americas in 2008-09. He has served as
RI Training Leader for 2002, 03 and RI Training Leaders Seminar Trainer for
2005, 06 and 07, and Chairman for RI Leadership Education, Development
and Training for 2005-06.

Barry has received the Service Above Self Award and is a multiple Paul Harris
Fellow, Major Donor, and Bequest Society member. He was also given the
National Award of Health Hero by the Bahamas Ministry of Health and Pan
American Health Organization.

Barry and his wife Esther live in Nassau, Bahamas and have three children
and four grandchildren.

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Director-elect, Rotary International

John Smarge has been a Rotarian and resident of
Naples, Florida since 1981. His classification is Moving
and Storage. John and his wife Cindy are Major Donors,
Bequest Society Members and Paul Harris Society Mem-

John graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with
a degree in Entrepreneurial Management. At the age of
twenty-two, John left his home state of New Jersey,
moved to Naples, FL and purchased a year old struggling moving company. His
multi-office operation handling local, interstate and international moving is now
the largest relocation business in SW Florida.

Professionally John was named a National Moving and Storage Association Young
Executive Fellow. He has served as a Board Member of the Florida Movers and
Warehousemen Association, as a Regional Director of the Southern Community
Bank. He has three (3) times been recognized as North American Van Lines Top
Quality Agent.

John served as President of The Rotary Club of Naples in 1992-93 and as District
6960 Governor in 1995-96. He is currently Rotary International Director Elect,

Internationally, John has twice been a Delegate to the Council on Legislation and
twice a Member of the RI Board of Directors Nominating Committee. Additionally,
he has served as both a Rotary International Membership Coordinator and Re-
gional Rotary Foundation Coordinator. John served as General Chair for the Zone
33-34 Rotary Institute. He is a regular speaker around the world at PETS, Assem-
blies, TRF and Membership Seminars and has represented the President ten (10)
times at District Conferences.

John considers the most rewarding aspects of his many years in Rotary to be the
opportunity to participate in the PolioPlus National Immunization Days in India,
his medical missions to Ternopil, Ukraine and his multiple humanitarian trips to
the Caribbean. John continues to initiate, write and assist with Foundation Match-
ing Grants on a yearly basis, including visiting the project sites.

John has received numerous awards for his Rotary Service including the Rotary
Foundation Citation for Meritorious Service, the Distinguished Service Award the
Rotary International Service above Self Award and was recognized in 1999 as the
District 6960 Rotarian of The Decade.

John and Cindy have three daughters, Jessica 24, Stephanie 21 and Amanda 15.
He is a past Board Chairman of the Naples YMCA, Boy Scouts of America and
Shelter for Abused Women. John has coached girl’s basketball teams for more
than 15 years. In his most recent coaching job, John’s team went three (3) years
with only losing one game. In his spare time, John is a competition auto racer.

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Previous Rotary and Rotary International Emblems
           1906, 1910, 1913 and 1926

Page 18                          Rotary Zones 33 & 34
                          INSTITUTE SITES & DATES
Year         Site                     Date             Convenor
ZONES 4 & 10
1966   Atlanta, GA                Jan. 9-10      LeRoy H. Williams
1967   Knoxville, TN              Jan. 8-9       Charles H. Miller
1968   Atlanta, GA                Jan. 12-13     Charles H. Miller
1969   Atlanta, GA                Jan. 10-11     Kenneth E. Wacker
1970   Orlando, FL                Jan. 16-17     Kenneth E. Wacker
1970   Atlanta, GA                Dec. 4-5       N. Pratt Secrest
1971   San Juan, PR               Dec. 3-4       N. Pratt Secrest
1972   Marco Island, FL           Dec. 3-5       James E. Lambeth, Jr.
1973   Hot Springs, VA            Nov. 29-Dec. 2 James E. Lambeth, Jr.
1974   Innisbrook, FL             Nov. 22-24     James L. Bomar, Jr.
1975   Gatlinburg, TN             Nov. 7-9       James L. Bomar, Jr.
1976   Myrtle Beach, SC           Nov. 18-21     William E. Skelton
1977   San Juan, PR               Sep. 15-18     William E. Skelton
1978   Sea Island, GA             Dec. 7-10      Herbert G. Brown
1979   Williamsburg, VA           Nov. 3-6       Herbert G. Brown
1980   Ashville, NC               Nov. 20-23     William T. Sergeant
1981   Biloxi, MS                 Nov. 14-17     William T. Sergeant
1982   Pine Mountain, GA          Dec. 2-5       Leslie S. Wright
1983   Nashville, TN              Nov. 17-20     Leslie S. Wright
1984   Orlando, FL                Sep. 20-23     Tom Duncan Reed
1985   Lexington, KY              Sep. 26-29     Tom Duncan Reed
1986   Hilton Head, GA            Nov. 20-23     Roberto H. Valentin
1987   San Juan, PR               Sep. 24-27     Roberto H. Valentin
1988   Williamsburg, VA           Sep. 29-Oct. 2 F. Allan Kelly
1989   Boca Raton, FL             Sep. 28-Oct. 1 James L. Lacy
1990   Raleigh, NC                Oct. 11-14     Glenn E. Estess, Sr.
1991   Birmingham, AL             Oct. 10-13     Glenn E. Estess, Sr.
1992   White Sulpher Springs, WV Nov. 12-15      J. Lambert Schwartz
1993   Ponte Vedra Beach, FL      Oct. 8-10      Barrie S. Davis
1994   Asheville, NC              Nov. 11-13     S. Aaron Hyatt
1995   Sea Island, GA             Nov. 16-19     S. Aaron Hyatt

ZONES 33 & 34
1996   Hot Springs, VA            Nov. 14-17       Edgar C. Hatcher, Jr.
1997   Dorado, PR                 Oct. 16-19       Edgar C. Hatcher, Jr.
1998   Raleigh, NC                Oct. 14-18       Robert Menconi
1999   Savannah, GA               Oct. 13-17       Robert Menconi
2000   Tampa, FL                  Oct. 12-15       David M. Michaux
2001   Portsmouth, VA             Oct. 10-14       David M. Michaux
2002   Chattanooga, TN            Oct. 15-20       J. David Roper
2003   Jacksonville, FL           Oct. 16-19       J. David Roper
2004   Charleston, SC             Oct. 12-17       G. Kenneth Morgan
2005   Atlanta, GA                Sep. 27-Oct. 2   G. Kenneth Morgan
2006   Orlando, FL                Oct. 3-8         Milton Jones/Barry Rassin
2007   Myrtle Beach, SC           Oct. 2-7         Barry Rassin
2008   Paradise Island, Bahamas   Oct. 15-19       Eric Adamson/Barry Rassin
2009   Hot Springs, VA            Dec. 3-6         Eric Adamson
2010   Naples, FL                 Sep. 28-Oct. 3   John Smarge
2011   Reston, VA                 Oct. 18-23       John Smarge

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       FROM ZONES 33 & 34 AND
         FORMER ZONES 4 & 10

       1919- 1920                   1972-73
     Albert S. Adams             Roy D. Hickman
     Atlanta, Georgia         Birmingham, Alabama

       1929-30                        1974-75
  M. Eugene Newsom              William R. Robbins
 Durham, North Carolina           Miami, Florida

         1935-36                    1979-80
      Ed. R. Johnson           James L. Bomar, Jr.
     Roanoke, Virginia        Shelbyville, Tennessee

         1936-37                      1983-84
    Will R. Manier, Jr.         William E. Skelton
   Nashville, Tennessee        Blacksburg, Virginia

        1947-48                      1995-96
  S. Kendrick Guernsey          Herbert G. Brown
   Jacksonville, Florida        Clearwater, Florida

         1951-52                    1998-99
      Frank E. Spain             James L. Lacy
  Birmingham, Alabama         Cookeville, Tennessee

        1957-58                      2005-06
  Charles G. Tennent            Glenn E. Estess, Sr.
Asheville, North Carolina
                              Shades Valley, Alabama
    Luther H. Hodges
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

 Page 20                           Rotary Zones 33 & 34

Act            Action                Hosp     Hospitality
Adv            Advisory              Hugr     Hunger
Alt            Alternate             Improv   Improvement
Alum           Alumni                Inst     Institute
Amer           American              Intl     International
Annl           Annual                Ldr      Leader
Annl           Annual                Leg      Legislation
Assb           Assembly              Lit      Literacy
Asst           Assistant             Mbr      Member
Avoid          Avoidable             Mbrshp   Membership
Avoid          Avoidable             Mem      Memorial
Bd             Board                 Met      Meritorious
BkGrnd         Background            Modrtr   Moderator
Bur            Bureau                Natl     National
Cel            Celebration           Nom      Nominations
Chr            Chair/Chairman        Num      Innumeracy
Cit            Citation              PETS     PresElect Seminar
COL            Council on Leg.       Pgm      Program
Comm           Committee             Pop      Population
Comun          Community             Pov      Poverty
Concil         Council               Pres     President(s)
Conf           Conference            Promo    Promotion
Conv           Convention            Reg      Regional
Coord          Coordinator           Rep      Representative
Devl           Development           RI       Rotary Intl
Dir            Director              RLI      Rotary Ldr. Inst.
Discn          Discussion            Rvw      Review
Dist           District              SAA      Sgt.-At-Arms
Distng         Distinguished         Sgt      Sergeant
Elct           Election              Spc      Special
Environ                 Environ-     Spkr     Speaker(s)
ment                                 Sthlnd   Southland
Erad           Eradication           Svc      Service
Exec           Executive             Tech     Technical
Fac            Facility              TF       Task Force
Flshp          Fellowship            Trans    Transportation
Fnd            Fund                  TRF      The Rotary Fndtn.
Frc            Force                 Trng     Training
Frndshp                 Friendship   Trnr     Trainer
Gen            Generation            Tsk      Task

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VChr          Vice Chair
Voc           Vocational
Vol           Volunteer
VP            Vice President
Wrld          World
Zn            Zone

  Page 22                      Rotary Zones 33 & 34
       OFFICERS OF ZONES 33 & 34


       Adamson, Eric E                                 Spouse: Linda
       Zone: 33                                        Current District: 7570
       Club: Front Royal
       District & Year Served: 7570 / 1995-96          Classification: Tax Law
       Address: 19 Walnut Dr., Front Royal, VA 22630 USA
       Home Phone: 540-635-4700                        Work Phone:
       Fax: 540-636-9920                               Cell Phone: 540-671-6898
       Assignments: Pres Rep 97,98,99,00,01,02,03,05; Ldrshp & Trng Com VChr 97,98; Zn Dir Adv
       Council 98,00; Intl Assb Trng Ldr 97,98; COL 98,01,Mbr@Lrge 04; RI Const & By Laws Com
       98,99,00, Chr 01; RFRI Adv 00,03-05; Ed & Trng Tsk Frc; Zn 33 Coord 01,02;RFRI Strat Adv,
       N.A. 01-03; Chr RI Com on Const Doc Rev 02-03; Zn 33 Coord, Poverty Allev TF/Adv 03-04; Zn
       33 RLI Exec Comm 03-05; RI Dip Prot Comm 04-05; COL Rev Comm 04-05; Zn 33-34 GETS
       Trainer 05; Zn 33 RLI Chr 05-06; RI Director 08-10; RI Vice President 09-10
       Awards: CMS: 2002;        SAS: 2005;

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        Ranjit Majumder       Mary Keely           Pat Combs
              7530              7550                  7570

Jayne Sullivan   George “Ron” Marion       Jay Kumar       Don Hackett
    7600                7610                  7620            7630

 Ed Walcoff         Firoz Peera        Wes Patterson        Serge Dihoff
   7670                7680                7690                7710

Don Johnson        Magda Baggett       Becky Faulkner       Rick Moore
   7720                7730                7750                7770

  Page 26                                        Rotary Zones 33 & 34

                    Ed Odom            Casey Farmer
                      6890                 6900

Gene Windham       Lloyd Horadan       Louis Venuti       Sylvia White
    6910                6920              6930                6940

Lynda Vinson       Don Thomas        Cynde Covington     Charlie Rand
   6950               6960                6970              6980

Doug Maymon      Johnny Richardson     Diana White       Tony Watkins
    6990               7000               7020              7030

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                        Jody Lynn Light

Ray Pollard I    Ron Napier    Karlis Graubics, Sr.   Horace McCormack
   7550            7570                7600                 7610

Carol King      Karen Shore        Mike Conrad         Russell Duncan
  7670             7680               7690                 7710

  Ed Wyatt      Nancy Barbee      George Fletcher       Alan Walters
    7720           7730                7750                 7770

  Page 28                                    Rotary Zones 33 & 34
      2009-2010 DISTRICT GOVERNORS-ZONE 34

                      Randy Kizer       Roy Strickland
                         6890               6900

    Shane Burr         Clyde Taylor    Leo Ph illips, Jr.    John Kuykendall
      6910                6920              6930                  6940

Cliff Snedeker, Jr.   Vince Cautero   Dave Faraldo, Sr.      Randy Rawiszer
       6950               6960             6970                  6980

    Lee Phares        Johnny Nieves   Errol Alberga, Jr.     Astra Da Costa
       6990               7000              7020                  7030

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                               Ricky Reese

 Bill Haslam     Tracy Aitcheson         Bill Pollard        Chuck Davidson
     7550             7570                  7600                 7610

 David Sink        Bob Wilson           Charles Allen         Don Buckner
   7670              7680                  7690                  7710

Vivian W. Mott     Lee Dixon           Carol Burdette        Anne Walker
     7720            7730                  7750                 7770

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                    Bev Hunt           Ted Propes
                      6890               6900

Gary Moore          Kenan Kern        Betsy Owen          Ron Richards
   6910                6920              6930                6940

Russ Miller       Margie Cypher       Bill Griffin        Carlos Giraldo
  6950                6960               6970                 6980

Marcy Ullom      Thomas Q. Haydon   Rupert Ross, Jr.   Georges Nouh-Chaia
   6990               7000              7020                  7030

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                            David Riggleman

Tom Greenstreet     Byron Brill         Jim Pierce         Travis White
     7550             7570                 7600               7610

  Bill Shillito   Graham Wilson        David McCoy         Barry Phillips
     7670             7680                7690                 7710

  Brad Sears       Wilson Ray          Myles Golden        Mary Martin
     7720             7730                 7750               7770

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                   Doug Andrews         Bill Woulfin
                       6890                 6900

Nathan Carmack        Dick Hyer         Phil Lustig         P.C. Wu
     6910               6920              6930               6940

 Tim Schuler         Gary Israel      Cecil Gibson        Denny Kurir
    6950               6960              6970                6980

 Jim Norton       Arnaldo Peñalvert   Dick McCombe        Cees Dilweg
    6990                7000               7020              7030

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                          Dave Cavender

  Ken Jaskot      Ned Lester      Jim Probsdorfer        Burt Lamkin
    7550            7570               7600                 7610

James Aydelotte   Joe Morris         Mitzi Ellis         Tim Mannix
    7670            7680               7690                 7710

  Dan le Roux     Jay Kapner        Rich Waugh          Bernie Riedel
     7720            7730              7750                 7770

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                   Ruben Alfaras        Steve Stanfield
                      6890                  6900

   JV Vlass        Bill Blankenship      Larry Labadie      Gene Sherron
    6910                  6920               6930              6940

Doug Palonder        Tony Gallo        Brent Williams        Chuck Pratt
    6950               6960                6970                 6980

 Jack Martin         Jose Irizarry    Alastair Paterson     Victor Pilgrim
    6990                  7000              7020                7030

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      2005-2006 DISTRICT GOVERNORS-ZONE 33

                    Subramoniam Jayakumar (Dr Jay)

Keith Blankenship    Doug Newton        Bob Preston          John McKone
      7550              7570               7600                  7610

Chuck Troutman         Bill Wilson       Phil Morris         Glenn Hood
     7670                 7680             7690                 7710

Brenda Tinkham      Phil Crawford III   Isaac Shaffer       John Ramsey
     7720                 7730              7750                7770

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                Barbara Shayeb-Helou            Claudia Mertl
                        6890                        6900

Dianne Cammarata     Dallas Simon, Jr.           Ken Hirsch       John Tice, Jr.
      6910                 6920                    6930               6940

  David West            Paul Musler           Shann Purinton       Micki Kaye
    6950                   6960                   6970                6980

  Owen Freed       Pablo Grajales-Soto, Jr.   Tom Lightbourne    Dunstan Barrow
    6990                    7000                   7020               7030

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       2004-2005 DISTRICT GOVERNORS-ZONE 33

                                   George G. Foster

John P. Beckett, Jr.   David E. Moreman       Jerry W. Fields       Jerry E. Evans
       7550                  7570                  7600                  7610

 James O. Efland        James F. Morton       Donald H. Allred     Charles M. Hatch
     7670                   7680                   7690                  7710

  Bill Rogister, Jr.   Russell J. La Belle   Wm. E. (Bill) Boyd   Mack Branham, Jr.
        7720                 7730                 7750                  7770

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                   George W. Banning   Frances B. Milberg
                         6890                6900

James H. Maughon       John Parkins     Carol J. Starkey     Ivan E. Johnson
      6910                6920               6930                 6940

 Eugene L. Beil       Jerry L. Hearn   Kenneth Baker        George R. Huffman
     6950                  6960            6970                   6980

Roland J. Benson    Jorge A. Vazquez   Victor A. Gibbs        David Edwards
     6990                 7000              7020                  7030

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                                  Bobby Brown

Vinnie Kudva     Barbara Hargroves          Bill Dorrill          John Bohm
    7550               7570                    7600                  7610

 Chuck Reiley         Bill Belk            Bob Newton            Mike Thacker
    7670               7680                   7690                   7710

Darron Flowers     F D Rivenbark           Ed Hamilton           Kay Oldhouser
     7720              7730                   7750                   7770

   Page 40                                            Rotary Zones 33 & 34

                   Camilo Calvo      Bill MacDonald
                      6890                 6900

 Lona Pope         Leon Benefield     Rick Russell    Wayne Etheredge
   6910                6920              6930              6940

Keith Kurber         Jim Henry      Ken Smallwood        JoAnn Beck
    6950                6960            6970                6980

Bob Simon           Isaac Laboy      Keith Daley         Jean-Claude
  6990                 7000             7020             Blancaneaux
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         2002-2003 District Governors Zone 33

                             Michael Palma

   Ike Smith       Malcom Huckabee   Claudia Rawlings   Sandra Duckworth
     7550               7570               7600               7610

David M. Burrell    Charles Dixon      Henry Brown        Joseph Hackley
     7670               7680              7690                 7710

Thomas Payne         Bevin Wall       H. Bruce Baker      Nancy Moody
    7720               7730                7750              7770

   Page 42                                      Rotary Zones 33 & 34
         2002-2003 District Governors Zone 34

                   Geoffrey Large     Thomas Kent
                       6890              6900

Scott Parmenter   Bruce Montgomery   Louise Cartwright     William Lyford
      6910              6920               6930                 6940

 Paul Slosberg       Hal Atzingen    Thomas Grimes       David Apfelbaum
     6950                6960            6970                 6980

Thomas Burnaw       Mona Gordon      Amos Durosier        Leslie Harripaul
    6990               7000             7020                    7030

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            District Governors-Class 2001-2002

    Robert Hall        Jim Puryear       Jim Sisserson        Jared Brown
      6900                6920               6930                 6950

Richard Rehmeyer    Robin Shelley III   Tommy Mullins        Randy Lickey
      6960               6990              7550                 7600

 Andy Turner, Jr.

     Page 44                                      Rotary Zones 33 & 34
          District Governors-Class 2000-2001

  Jim Burnaw        Steve Jenkins    Robin Murray      Gary D. Wilson
     6900               6910             6950              6960

 Charlie Rogers      Mary Dean      Joseph Ferguson      Joe Mulkerrin
     6980              7530              7570                7600

Harry Brogden

    2009-2010 Directory                               Page 45
        District Governors-Class 1999-2000

 Dennis Viera    Rich Panyik    Herb Dutt        Wayne Edwards
    6890            6910          6930               6940

  Ken Ruskin     Ken Tillman    Jack Porter         Abe Clymer
    7490            7510           7530                7570

Dean Kanipe        Bill Lefes     Sue Poss        Anne Matthews
   7670              7710          7750               7770

        District Governors-Class 1998-1999

Rick Borgstrom    Bill Kemp     Ron Ferrill      Johnny Robertson
     6890            6920         7570                7730

  Page 46                                Rotary Zones 33 & 34
       District Governors-Class 1997-1998

Jackie Asbury       Bill Mulkey      Rae Carpenter   J. Charles Bowden
    6890                6900             7570               7610

       District Governors-Class 1996-1997

  Milt Jones             Rick Howe
    6950                    7670

       District Governors-Class 1995-1996

John Smarge        Eric Adamson       Tony Baker      Arnold G. King
    6960                7570             7670             7690

       District Governors-Class 1994-1995

David Stovall     Rocky Jacobs
   6910              7610
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                  THE ROTARY FOUNDATION
The purpose of this award is to recognize individual Rotarians who have demonstrated
exemplary humanitarian service, in any form and at any level, with an emphasis on
personal volunteer efforts and active involvement in helping others through Rotary. This
is Rotary International's highest honor for individual Rotarians. A maximum of 150 re-
cipients may be selected each year.

Adamson, Eric E              7570   2005     Rockwood, Charles E        6940   1997
Anderson, I Fred             6990   2000     Rogers, Charles A          6980   1996
Asbury, Roy C Jr.            6890   1993     Salisbury, Harry L Jr      7770   2005
Atwell, George F             7610   2003     Sanders, Dennis            7670   2006
Baker, Richard W Jr          7720   2006     Schul, Norman W.           7680   2006
Banning, George W            6890   2009     Seay, Charles L            7710   1997
Borgstrom, Richard O         6890   2009     Sergeant, William T        6780   2001
Breton, Robert W.            7730   2006     Sever, John Louis          7620   1992
Brown, Herbert G             6950   2005     Silva, Ramon Alberto       7000   2001
Butler, Douthard R           7610   2005     Sisserson, James A         6930   2009
Buurman, Clarence H. Ph.D.   7750   1999     Smarge, John C             6960   1999
Capps, John T III            7730   1993     Smith, J. Barry            6900   1999
Carpenter, D. Rae Jr.        7570   2003     Stallworth, Robert M Jr.   7600   2008
Carpenter, Robert D.         7550   2004     Stuart, William H Jr       6890   1995
Cerwin, Robert A             7670   2007     Sublette, Joseph S         7770   2004
Crawford, William Edward     6940   2008     Tartamella, John D         6930   2003
Crotts, Marcus Bowman        7690   1992     Taylor, Odus Raymond       7690   1997
Edwards, C Wayne             6940   2005     Todd, Thomas W             7570   2002
Eskew, Robert E.             6900   1996     Walcoff, Edward M          7670   2008
Goforth, Gary A.             7750   2003     Wall, Bevin W              7730   2006
Hall, Robert L.              6900   2004     Yohalem, Martin J          6990   1999
Haslam, William D            7550   1993     York, E. Travis Jr.        6970   1994
Hatcher, Edgar C Jr          7570   1993
Hayman, Donald B             7710   2004
Helms, Paul J                7680   1998
Howe, Richard Davis          7670   2001
Jones, Milton O              6950   2002
Kurber, Keith C.             6950   2008
Laine, Steven                6930   2000
Lakshman, Bangalore T.       7630   1998
Lindsay, Winford V           6910   2000
Markanda, Satish Chand       7680   1997
Martin, Mary Elizabeth       7770   1992
Massey, Howard P. Jr.        7710   1996
Matthews, Anne L             7770   2004
Michaux, David M III         7770   1999
Miller, Bobby C Sr           6910   2000
Morgan, G. Kenneth           7710   1996
Mulkey, William M.           6900   2001
Nieves, Juan B               7000   1987
Osburn, Donald E.            7630   2005
Padgett, Everett B Jr        7690   2002
Panyik, Richard L            6910   2002
Patterson, Neal C Jr.        6960   2002
Poss, Sue Harper             7750   1997
Rassin, Barry J              7020   1996
Reeves, Robert Warren        6940   2001
Register, Woodrow Vinson     6950   1996

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                     THE ROTARY FOUNDATION
Four complete Rotary years after receiving the Citation for Meritorious Service, a Rotarian
becomes eligible for the Distinguished Service Award. Because this is the Foundation's high-
est service recognition, a recipient's exemplary service to the Foundation must extend be-

Aitcheson, Andrew Tracy    7570   1998     Smarge, John C          6960   2008
Allen, Paul E              7770   2004     Smith, J. Barry         6900   2006
Anderson, I Fred           6990   1994     Smith, Wilson L.        6970   2003
Angus, Richard R. Dr.      7620   03-04    Stovall, David D        6910   2004
Asbury, Roy C Jr.          6890   1992     Stuart, William H Jr    6890   1997
Atwell, George F           7610   2006     Sublette, Joseph S      7770   2002
Barbee, Nancy Bender                       Valentin, Roberto H     7000   2003
                           7730   2003
Borgstrom, Richard O                       Viera, Dennis L         6890   2009
                           6890   2009
                                           Yohalem, Martin J       6990   1989
Breske, Richard F          6950   2002
Brown, Herbert G           6950   1988
Capps, John T III          7730   1993
Carpenter, Robert D.       7550   1996
Cerwin, Robert A           7670   1987
Clowney, William Thomas 7770      2000
Crotts, Marcus Bowman   7690      1996
Davis, Kay Oldhouser       7770   2008
Ferguson, Joseph W         7570   2009
Ferrill, James Ronald      7570   2008
Greene, Melvin T.          6950   1980
Hatcher, Edgar C Jr        7570   1999
Helms, Paul J              7680   2002
Howe, Richard Davis        7670   2000
Jacobs, Jay D              7720   2008
Jones, Milton O            6950   2007
Lindsay, Winford V         6910   2003
Maloney, Mark Daniel       6860   2002
Markanda, Satish Chand     7680   1993
Matthews, Anne L           7770   2007
McGann, James K            6980   2005
Merrill, Theodore W. Sr.   7630   2001
Moredock, William J. Sr.   6970   2003
Morgan, G. Kenneth         7710   2003
Mulkey, William M.         6900   2005
Nelson, John Kennon        7600   1992
Neuman, Thomas Lloyd       7610   2002
Osburn, Donald E.          7630   1999
Patterson, Neal C Jr.      6960   1992
Register, Woodrow Vinson 6950     2004
Roper, J David           6910     1994
Saini, Rajendar M. Dr.     7620   2006
Sanborn, Paul W            6960   1979
Secrest, N Pratt           6900   1995
Sergeant, William T        6780   1996
Sever, John Louis          7620   1997
Silva, Ramon Alberto       7000   1997
Slosberg, Paul William     6950   2009

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One Rotarian from each district may be recognized with the Citation for Meritorious Service
by the Trustees each year. Nominations are solicited from district governors and RI Directors.
A handsome certificate in a walnut frame is sent for presentation to the recipient of this

 Adamson, Eric E            7570   2002           Fread, Jerald L             6960   1997
 Allen, Carol A             7710   2004           Friedman, Robert J          6990   1991
 Allen, Paul E              7770   1999           Gaarder, Philip Robert      6930   1992
 Anderson, I Fred           6990   1983           Grant, Richard E.W.         7020   2008
 Asbury, Jacquetta Baker    6890   2001           Greene, Doris M             7680   2005
 Asbury, Roy C Jr.          6890   1987           Greene, Melvin T.           6950   1979
 Atwell, George F           7610   2001           Grimes, Thomas L.           6970   2008
 Atzingen, Hal              6960   2008           Hale, Earl Haywood Jr       7600   2005
 Baker, Will R              7690   2000           Hall, Robert L.             6900   2005
 Banning, George W          6890   2008           Hammontree, William C       6890   1999
 Barton, Harold H.          6900   1990           Harrill, David L.           6970   2005
 Beckett, John P Jr         7550   2008           Hatch, Charles Monroe       7710   2007
 Borgstrom, Richard O       6890   2004           Hatcher, Edgar C Jr         7570   1995
 Bowden, Ralph H            7690   1993           Haydon, Thomas Q            7000   2003
 Boyd, Wm. E                7750   2006           Helms, Paul J               7680   1997
 Breske, Richard F          6950   1996           Hill, William H. Jr.        6970   1995
 Brogden, Harry L           7670   2005           Hinshaw, James E Sr         6910
 Brooks, John Charles Sr    6960   1995           Hood, John C Jr             7730   1995
 Brown, Harris F            6950   2002           Howe, Richard Davis         7670   1994
 Brown, Herbert G           6950   1987           Jacobs, Jay D               7720   2000
 Butler, Douthard R         7610   2003           Jones, Milton O             6950   2001
 Calvo, Camilo A.           6890   2005           King, Arnold Gray           7690   1998
 Campbell, Glenn H          7690   1991           Kudva, Belvai Vinayak       7550   2006
 Capel, Felton J            7690   1993           Kurber, Keith C.            6950   2007
 Capps, John T III          7730   1990           Laine, Steven               6930   2006
 Carpenter, Robert D.       7550   1981           Lawson, William David III   7680   2001
 Cerwin, Robert A           7670   1985           Lefes, William S            7710   2005
 Cheekes, Rupert C          7030   1993           Lindsay, Winford V          6910   1994
 Christiano, Edward J       6950   1987           Lipphardt, Alfred J.        6900   2002
 Clowney, William Thomas    7770   1993           Malone, Joseph P            7720   2007
 Colley, Carlton E          6980   1990           Maloney, Mark Daniel        6860   1994
 Cooksey, Wanda J.          6980   1997           Markanda, Satish Chand      7680   1989
 Crawford, William Edward   6940   2006           Matthews, Anne L            7770   2002
 Crumpler, Lois M           7680   2003           Maymon, Douglas Ross        6990   2005
 Culbreth, Fred P.          7680   2002           McGann, James K             6980   1998
 Davis, Barrie S            7710   1990           McLaurin, William L Jr      7710   2000
 Davis, Kay Oldhouser       7770   2000           Menconi, Robert L           6990   1993
 Denning, Kemp H Jr         7570   1990           Miller, Bobby C Sr          6910   1995
 Denning, Marc S Sr         7710   2000           Miller, J. Robert           7670   1995
 Doerfler, Judson William   7530   1990           Miller, Kay                 6910   2003
 Donahoo, William Patrick   6920   1997           Moredock, William J. Sr.    6970   1996
 Duckworth, Sandra L.       7610   2005           Moreman, David E            7570   2008
 Duggar, Rolfe D            6950   1999           Morgan, G. Kenneth          7710   1995
 Edwards, C Wayne           6940   2005           Morton, James F             7680   2009
 Eskew, Robert E.           6900   2004           Mulkerrin, Joseph M         7600   2004
 Ewart, John E              7550   2000           Mulkey, William M.          6900   1999
 Ferguson, Joseph W         7570   2003           Mullins, Tommy H            7550   2004
 Ferrill, James Ronald      7570   2003           Nelson, John Kennon         7600   1990
 Fountain, Stuart B         7690   2005           Nickels, Henry C            7570   2005

     Page 50                                                   Rotary Zones 33 & 34

Osburn, Donald E.         7630   1993            White, Travis            7610    2006
                                        Nominees Wilchinski, Edward L. Jr.
Padgett, Everett B Jr     7690   1997                                      7630   2004
Panyik, Richard L         6910   2004            Wilson, Paul             7750    1993
Parmenter, Scott R        6910   2007            Yates, Charles Robert    6940    2000
Patterson, Neal C Jr.     6960   1987            Yohalem, Martin J        6990    1980
Payne, Thomas S III       7720   2005            York, E. Travis Jr.      6970    2007
Peake, Clifford M         7690   2007
Peel, Paul H Jr.          7720   2002
Pope, Lona Paulos         6910
Reeves, Robert Warren     6940   1998
Register, Woodrow V.      6950   1998
Rehmeyer, Richard C MD    6960   1998
Reiley, Charles E         7670   2005
Richardson, Tom T         6910
Robertson, John P III     7730   2003
Rodgers, George D.        7750   2003
Rogers, Charles A         6980   2004
Roper, J David            6910   1991
Rosas, Angel Luis         7000
Rowan, Edward             6930
Salisbury, Harry L Jr     7770   2006
Sanborn, Paul W           6960   1976
Sanders, Dennis           7670   2007
Schul, Norman W.          7680   1994
Secrest, N Pratt          6900   1986
Sergeant, William T       6780   1977
Sever, John Louis         7620   1995
Shelley, Robert J III     6990   2006
Silva, Ramon Alberto      7000   1994
Sisserson, James A        6930   2004
Slosberg, Paul William    6950   2004
Smarge, John C            6960   2000
Smith, J. Barry           6900   1998
Smith, Wilson L.          6970   1998
Starkey, Carol JEAN       6930   2008
Stewart, James E          7710   1993
Stovall, David D          6910   1996
Stuart, William H Jr      6890   1975
Stump, James S. Jr        7680   2004
Sublette, Joseph S        7770   1996
Sykes, Paul A.C           7600   1999
Tartamella, John D        6930   1998
Thurmond, Ralph N.        6900   1996
Tillman, Kenneth G        7610   2001
Todd, Thomas W            7570   2000
Troutman, Charles W Sr.   7670   2007
Valentin, Roberto H       7000   1987
Velez, Francisco S        7000   2005
Viera, Dennis L           6890   2004
Wall, Bevin W             7730   2008

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            R.I. OFFICERS IN ZONES 33 & 34
Listed alphabetically by current district with district and year’s during which they served

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                   “CLASS YEAR” LISTING
              R.I. OFFICERS IN ZONES 33 & 34
Listed alphabetically by year served as District Governor. Also shows home district and district served.

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         1951-1952                            1966-1967
     Pres. Frank E. Spain               Pres. Richard L. Evans
          No Theme                  “Better World Through Rotary”

          1953-1954                           1967-1968
 Pres. Joaquin Serratosa Ciblis         Pres. Luther H. Hodges
   “Rotary is Hope in Action”             “Make Your Rotary
                                        Membership Effective”
       Pres. A. Z. Baker                     1968-1969
“That Rotarians use their great          Pres. Kyoshi Togaski
resources to extend neighborli-              “Participate
    ness around the world”
         1958-1959                      Pres. James F. Conway
   Pres. Clifford A. Randall             “Review and Review”
   “Help Shape the Future”
          1960-1961                    Pres. William E. Walk, Jr.
    Pres. J. Edd McLaughlin               “Bridge the Gaps”
“You are Rotary-Live It! Express
         It! Expand It!”                      1971-1972
                                       Pres. Ernest G. Breitholtz
          1961-1962                   “Goodwill begins with you.”
      Pres. Joseph A. Abey
“Act, Aim for Action, Communi-                1972-1973
    cate for Understanding,              Pres. Roy D. Hickman
      Test for Leadership”         “Let’s take a new Look-and act”

          1962-1963                        William C. Carter
    Pres. Nitish C. Laharry               “A Time for Action”
   “Kindle the Spark Within”
         1963-1964                     Pres. William R. Robbins
      Pres. Carl P. Miller           “Renew the Spirit of Rotary”
“Meeting Rotary’s Challenge In
       the Space Age”                         1975-1976
                                   Pres. Ernesto Imbassahy de Mello
         1964-1965                   “To dignify the human being”
  Pres. Charles W. Pettengill
         “Live Rotary”                       1976-1977
                                    Pres. Robert A. Manchester II
         1965-1966                       “I Believe in Rotary”
    Pres. C. P. H. Teenstra
  “Action, Consolidation and
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          1977-1978                            1988-1989
      Pres. W. Jack Davis                 Pres. Royce Abbey
    “Serve to Unite Mankind”       “Put Life into Rotary - Your Life”

          1978-1979                         1989-1990
 Pres. Clem Renouf “Reach Out”          Pres. Hugh M. Archer
                                           “Enjoy Rotary”
    Pres. James L. Bomar, Jr.               1990-1991
   “Let Service Light the Way”         Pres. Paolo V. C. Costa
                                    “Honor Rotary with Faith and
          1980-1981                         Enthusiasm”
       Pres. Rolf J. Klarich
      “Take Time to Serve”                   1991-1992
                                       Pres. Rajendra K. Saboo
          1981-1982                    “Look Beyond Yourself”
   Pres. Stanley E. McCaffrey
“World Understanding and Peace”               1992-1993
                                     Pres. Clifford L. Dochterman
           1982-1983                      “Real Happiness is
       Pres. Hiroji Mukasa                 Helping Others”
“Mankind is One-Build Bridges of
Friendship Throughout the World”             1993-1994
                                        Pres. Robert R. Barth
          1983-1984                   “Believe in What You Do,
    Pres. William E. Skelton          Do What You Believe In”
  “Share Rotary-Serve People”
          1984-1985                     Pres. William Huntley
      Pres. Carlos Canseco                  “Be A Friend”
        “Discover A New
        World of Service”                    1995-1996
                                       Pres. Herbert G. Brown
    Pres. Edward F. Cadman          “Act with Integrity-Serve with
       “You are the Key”                Love-Work for Peace”

          1986-1987                         1996-1997
     Pres. M. A. T. Caparas            Pres. Luis Vicente Giay
     “Rotary Brings Hope”              “Build the Future with
                                         Action and Vision”
     Pres. Charles C. Keller                1997-1998
  “Rotarians-United in Service-        Pres. Glen W. Kinross
      Dedicated to Peace”           “Show Rotary Cares– for your
                                   community, for our world, for its

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           1997-1998                       2009-2010
      Pres. Glen W. Kinross             Pres. John Kenny
      “Show Rotary Cares”             “The Future of Rotary
                                        is in Your Hands”
       Pres. James L. Lacy                 2010-2011
  “Follow Your Rotary Dream”          Pres. Ray Klinginsmith

       Pres. Carlos Ravizza
“Act with Consistency, Credibility,

     Pres. Frank J. Devlyn
“Create Awareness, Take Action”

      Pres. Richard D. King
    “Mankind is our Business”

     Pres. Bhichai Rattakul
    “Sow the Seeds of Love”

  Pres. Jonathan B. Majiyagbe
         “Lend a Hand”

    Pres. Glenn E. Estess, Sr.
       “Celebrate Rotary”

Pres. Carl-Wilhelm Stenhammar
      “Service Above Self”
      Pres. William B. Boyd
         “Lead The Way”

    Pres. Wilfrid J. Wilkinson
        “Rotary Shares”

      Pres. Dong Kurn Lee
      “Make Dreams Real”

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        Zone 33
   Delaware, Maryland, and
       Washington DC


          West Virginia



(including 8 counties of Tennessee)

         North Carolina


         South Carolina                     Zone 34
              7750                              Georgia


                                       (including Grand Bahama Is)

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                 HAVE SERVED
Akin, Warren
Club: Cartersville Classification: Attorney
Zone: 34 Current District: 6910 District & Year(s) Served: 690/70-71
Address: P.O. Box 878, Cartersville, GA 30120
Home: 770-382-0780 Office: 770-382-0780 OFax: 770-386-1452
Date of Death: 09/10/2009

Allen, John C., Jr. Spouse: Deborah
Club: Daytona Beach Classification: Law
Zone: 34 Current District: 6970 District & Year(s) Served: 6970/98-99
Address: P.O. Box 1838, Ormond Beach, FL 32175
Home: 386-441-9006 Office: 386-672-7737
Date of Death: 06/14/2009
Bakeman, Jack S. Spouse: Elaine
Club: Dunedin Classification: Drugs, Retail
Zone: 34 Current District: 6950 District & Year(s) Served: 644/87-88
Address: 201 Old Oak Circle, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Assignments: USA PolioPlus Natl Comm; COL 89
Date of Death: 09/25/2008

Britt, David M. (Dave) Spouse: Louise
> Club: Raleigh Classification: Law, Civil
> Zone: 33 Current District: 7710 District & Year(s) Served: 279/51-52
> Address: 1302 Fernglen Place, Cary, NC 27511
> Home: 919-463-6746
Date of Death: 05/05/2009

Donovan, Michael R. (Mike) Spouse: Linda
Club: Palm Beach Gardens Classification: Chemical Manuafacturing
Zone: 34 Current District: 6930 District & Year(s) Served: 6930/00-01
Address: 2015 Portland Avenue, Wellington, FL 33414-8008
Assignments: COL 07
Date of Death: 09/23/2008

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Funderburk, Robert N. (Ned) Spouse: Evelyn
Club: Cayce-West Columbia Classification: Electric Light & Power Dis-
Zone: 33 Current District: 7770 District & Year(s) Served: 7770/91-92
Address: 1120 Naples Ave., Cayce, SC 29033
Assignments: Zn Inst Com 92,93,94,95,96,97; RI Conv Asst Sgt Arms
93; Sthlnd Brkfst Com 92,93,94
Date of Death: 12/31/2008

Hannah, Joel M. Spouse: Mary Alice
Club: Morgantown
Zone: 33 Current District: 7530 District & Year(s) Served: 753/78-79
Address: 1353 Anderson Ave., Morgantown, WV 26505
Date of Death: 05-17-2008

Hughes, John P. Spouse: Jane
Club: Spartanburg Classification: Books & Magazines, Wholesale
Zone: 33 Current District: 7750 District & Year(s) Served: 775/68-69
Address: 632 Crystal Dr., Spartanburg, SC 29302
Date of Death: 10/22/2008

Joachim, Richard W. Spouse: Nancy
Club: St. Vincent Classification: Civil Engineering
Zone: 34 Current District: 7030 District & Year(s) Served: 405/84-85
Address: P.O. Box 528 Ratho Mill, St. Vincent, West Indies
Assignments: COL 89,92; RI Mbrshp Devl Com 87-90; RI Rotaract Tsk
Frc 92; Zn Nom Com RI Dir 92;
RI Rotaract Pre-Conv Pnl 92
Date of Death: 11/24/2008

Kapner, Jay Stuart Spouse: Lee
Club: Buckhead Classification: Hospitality-Retired
Zone: 33 Current District: 7730 District & Year(s) Served: 7730/06-07
Address: P.O. Box 49472, Atlanta, GA 30359
Second Address: 932 Castle Falls Drive , Atlanta, GA 30329
Assignments: Zn 33 RLI 02,03,04,05,06,07; Zn 34 RLI DL; Banner/
Sign Comm Zn Inst 08; Zn 33 RLI
DL and Fac Chr 04; Zn Ins mbrshp Fac 06; RI Conv SAA 01,03; Sth Brk
Prep Team 06
Date of Death: 11/22/2008

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Kessler, Maurice Miller
Club: Roanoke Classification: Postal
Zone: 33 Current District: 7570 District & Year(s) Served: 757/83-84
Address: 1051 Old Country Club Rd. NW Apt. 3, Roanoke, VA 24017-
Date of Death: 12/30/2008

Lam, Alfred L. (Fred) Spouse: Betty
Club: St. Kitts Classification: Hotels
Zone: 34 Current District: 7030 District & Year(s) Served: 7030/92-93
Address: Boyds Village Basseterre, St. Kitts, West Indies
Date of Death: 10/02/2007

Larson, Lloyd E. Spouse: Dorrie
Club: Four Townes-Orange City Classification: Technical Education
Zone: 34 Current District: 6970 District & Year(s) Served: 627/77-78
Address: 951 Oakwood Rd., Orange City, FL 32763
Assignments: Zn Inst Com 78,79
Date of Death: 01/01/2009

Leffin, Anthony W. (Tony) Spouse: Sue
Club: Maitland Classification: Municipal Public Works
Zone: 34 Current District: 6980 District & Year(s) Served: 6980/98-99
Address: 829 Silversmith Circle, Lake Mary, FL 34746
Assignments: Zn Inst Com 97; Zn Inst DGN Train Co-Chr 99; Zn 34
New Gen Tsk Frc 00; Zn Inst Sgt-at-arms Chair 00
Date of Death: 11/27/2008

McConnie, Ralph Spouse: Betty
Club: El Virgia In Ponce
Zone: 34 Current District: 7000 District & Year(s) Served: 700/58-59
Address: , Ponce, PR 00731
Date of Death: 01/07/2009

McLeroy, Dan H. Spouse: Mary Ann
Club: Sarasota Bay Classification: Banking
Zone: 34 Current District: 6960 District & Year(s) Served: 696/70
Address: 1501 Peregrine Dr, Sarasota, FL 34231
Home: 941-921-6325
Date of Death: 09/26/2009

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McMahan, X. L. (XL)
Club: Spartanburg Classification: Savings Banking
Zone: 33 Current District: 7750 District & Year(s) Served: 775/89-90
Address: 220 Club Meadows Court, Spartanburg, SC 29302
Home: 864-591-1090
Date of Death: 09/16/2008

Montalvo, Carlos N. Spouse: Maria Cristina
Club: Arecibo Classification: Ophthalmology
Zone: 34 Current District: 7000 District & Year(s) Served: 700/79-80
Address: P.O. Box 140729, Arecibo, Puerto Rico 00612-0729
Home: 787-878-1198 Office: 787-878-2758
Assignments: Pres Rep 88; Zn Nom Com RI Dir 84; RI Conv Asst Sgt
Arms 86; Zn Inst Com 86,87
Date of Death: 06/02/2009

Montello, Ralph V. Spouse: Billie
Club: Marco Island Classification: Chemical Engineering
Zone: 34 Current District: 6960 District & Year(s) Served: 625/90-91
Address: 6111 Thresher Dr., Naples, FL 34112Home: 239-774-0203
HFax: 239-774-0203
Date of Death: 12/15/2008

Moreland, Michael E. (Mike) Spouse: Stephanie Ann
Club: Churchland Classification: Dermatology
Zone: 33 Current District: 7600 District & Year(s) Served: 7600/94-95
Address: 3088 Stratford Ct., Chesapeake, VA 23321
Home: 757-483-0282 Office: 757-483-6800 OFax: 757-483-0282
Date of Death: 01/21/2009

Norton, Joseph M. (Joe) Spouse: Doris
Club: Bonita Springs Classification: Technical Services
Zone: 34 Current District: 6960 District & Year(s) Served: 7720/92-93
Address: 622 Bentley Drive, Naples, FL 34110
Date of Death: 11/15/2008

Schuster, Charles A. (Charlie) Spouse: Cathryn
Club: Gulf Breeze Classification: Department Stores
Zone: 34 Current District: 6940 District & Year(s) Served: 694/85-86
Address: 405 Navy Cove Blvd., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
Assignments: Zn Inst Com 87
Date of Death: 08/21/2008

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Skelton, William E. (Bill) Spouse: Margaret (Peggy)
Club: Christiansburg-Blacksburg Classification: University Administra-
Zone: 33 Current District: 7570 District & Year(s) Served: 757/69-70
Address: P.O. Box 146, Blacksburg, VA 24063
Home: 540-552-4403 HFax: 540-951-0650
Assignments: RI Pres 83-84; RI VP 77-78; RI Dir 76-78; RFRI Chmn 86
-87; RFRI Com Consltnt 94-97; Algnmt RI Regions & Zn Com Chr 92-
95; Conslt RI Fin Com 90-99; RFRI Endow Com 94-95; RI Pres Adv
Com Chm 97-98; RI Fin Com Chm 95-99, Chr Ldrshp Dev & Trng 98-
01, An Fund; Chm. 10th Decade Com; RI Pres Adv Com and Chr 02-03;
TRF Lead Com Grp 01-02; Adv Polio Erad Fund Raising Com 02-05;
Chm Pres. RI Adv Com 03-05; Adv Ldrshp Devl & Train Com 03-05,07-
08; Chr Com on Eval of Wrld Undstnd and Peace Award 03-04; TRF Maj
Gifts Comm for Rotary Peace Cntrs 07-08;COL 07-08; Mbr Chm Rotary
Foundtn Adv Comm 07-08; Council of Rotary Intl Past Pres 07-08
Awards: SAS:2004 CMS:1979 DSA:1996
Date of Death: 08/30/2008

Soler Zapata, Jose (Eddie) Spouse: Carmen
Club: Rio Piedras Classification: Medicine, Cardiology
Zone: 34 Current District: 7000 District & Year(s) Served: 7000/97-98
Address: Calle Malva #9, Portal de Santa Maria, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Date of Death: 12/05/2007

Whittlesey, Joseph Pope, Jr. (Joe) Spouse: Jean
Club: Jacksonville Classification: Public Health
Zone: 34 Current District: 6970 District & Year(s) Served: 694/67-68
Address: 1815 Van Wert Ave. Apt 1, Jacksonville, FL 32205-9466
Assignments: COL 68; Zn Inst Com 68-95; Chair RI 694 Redistricting
Com 80
Date of Death: 12/27/2008

Ylonen, Charles S. (Chuck) Spouse: Jean
Club: Middlesex Classification: Groceries, Retail
Zone: 33 Current District: 7610 District & Year(s) Served: 760/77-78
Address: 527 Twiggs Ferry Road, Hartfield, VA 23071
Home: 804-776-6627 Office: 804-966-5683 OFax: 804-966-5824
Date of Death: 04/06/2009

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               R.I. CONTACTS

                 Gregory Franks
                    Assistant Mgr.
                Rotary International
                 Phone: 847-866-3272
                  Fax: 847-556-2136

                Alicia Pijal-Avila
                Rotary International
                Phone: 847-866-3487
                 Fax: 847-556-2136

               Darwin Sampedro
                 Rotary International
                  Phone: 847-866-3259
                   Fax: 847-556-2136

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              TRF CONTACTS

                      Joanne Bertsche
                   Annual Giving Officer
                  The Rotary Foundation
                    Phone: 847-866-3146
                   Fax: 847-328-5260

                  TRF Contact Center:
                 Available for all general
               Foundation-related inquiries
              866-9ROTARY (866-976-8279)

              TRF Lockbox Address (US):
                 The Rotary Foundation
              14280 Collections Center Drive
                   Chicago, IL 60693

                      Jackie McGuire
               Major Gifts Officer-Zone 33
                The Rotary Foundation
                   Phone: 847-866-4450

                      Debra A. Lowe
                Major Gifts Officer-Zone 34
                   The Rotary Foundation
               FL. Office Phone: 407-846-0610
               IL. Office Phone: 847-424-5315
                     Club: Kissimmee Bay

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    The Four-Way Test
In 1932, Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor created The
Four-Way Test, a code of ethics adopted by Rotary
11 years later. The test, which has been translated
into more than 100 languages, asks the following

Of the things we think, say or do

1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL and

4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

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