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Title: DISTRICT 5870 ROLL OF FAME Bastrop, Texas May 29 - 31, 200


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DISTRICT 5870ROLL OF FAME Bastrop, Texas
May 29 - 31, 2009
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ROTARY DISTRICT 5870 RESOLUTION 6ROLL OF
FAMEQUALIFICATIONS
  • Been a Rotarian for at least five years in one or
    more clubs
  • Been an Officer/Director of a club
  • Maintain 80 or better attendance for the past
    two years

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  • Attended other Rotary club meetings
  • Attended at least two District Conferences and
    two District Assemblies
  • Chaired or served on more than one committee in
    the four avenues of service
  • -------- AND MOST IMPORTANTLY --------
  • Outstanding service in their Rotary club is the
    primary consideration!

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WHO ARE THESE SPECIAL ROTARIANS WE HONOR TODAY?
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ROLL OF FAME 2009CAROL BENNETT
  • ROTARY CLUB OF GIDDINGS

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Dianna Noack, President, Rotary Club of Giddings
on Fellow Rotarian Carol Bennett
  • Carol is an active member of the Rotary Club of
    Giddings and has been since she joined in 2003.
    She was named Rotarian of the Year in 2008. As
    past president, she still works for the good of
    the club and for the good of our community. She
    has a commitment to the community she serves.
    She is a Director of the Giddings Chamber of
    Commerce, Past President of Rejuvenation, a
    non-profit organization that provides clothing
    and household items at low cost the community,
    and President of the Womens Auxiliary of Foreign
    War Post 4475. She has also served as a Braille
    worker for the past 10 years. Carol exemplifies
    Service Above Self and Rotarys Four Way Test
    in her professional, social and community service
    work. It is with pleasure that the Board of
    Directors of the Rotary Club of Giddings
    nominates Carol Bennett for Rotarys Roll of
    Fame.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009CHARLES E. BUZZ BUZZARD
  • ROTARY CLUB OF LAKEWAY LAKE TRAVIS

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Nancy L. Keetch, Secretary, Rotary Club of
Lakeway Lake Travis on Fellow RotarianCharles
E. Buzz Buzzard
  • Charles Buzz Buzzard is the quintessential
    Rotarian. His dedication to Rotary is a strong
    and constant presence in his life. He has always
    been one of the core members of the Rotary Club
    of Lakeway/Lake Travis . . . one you can count on
    to be involved, to step forward when needed, to
    get things done. In particular, Buzz has been
    the driving force behind our clubs contributions
    to the Paul Harris Foundation. He has kept on
    top of the donations of our members and has been
    a continual source of encouragement for all of us
    to recognize the international efforts of Rotary,
    not just the projects with which our club has
    been involved, both locally and with our sister
    club in Matamoras, Mexico. Buzz participation
    with Polio Plus, taking part in immunization
    trips to Nigeria, and with a Rotarian group
    teaching English in Kazakhstan, has impressed us
    all and made these RI efforts very real to our
    club. Buzz life truly exemplifies Service
    Above Self and we feel he is very deserving of
    the District 5870 Roll of Fame.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009THOMAS H. TOM CRIPPS
  • ROTARY CLUB OF AUSTIN OAK HILL

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Brenda Osbon, President, Rotary Club of Austin
Oak Hill on Fellow RotarianThomas H. Tom Cripps
  • The Rotary Club of Austin-Oak Hill takes great
    pleasure in nominating Rotarian Tom Cripps for
    the Rotary District 5870 Roll of Fame. Tom
    Cripps exemplifies the proven values and
    principles of Rotary in all his actions and
    judgments. Daily, in his business and Rotary
    activities he models the ideal of Service Above
    Self and constantly encourages all to work for
    the good of others in both our local community
    services and international service. Tom has
    demonstrated considerable management acumen. He
    has been especially adept at planning, leading
    and successfully accomplishing several of our
    essential club fundraisers. His demonstrated
    expertise, time commitment, service dedication,
    and special talents have results in the
    betterment of life for the many youth and
    residents of Austin, Oak Hill. Tom has been an
    outstanding, invaluable member of our club. He is
    an advocate of tolerance and diversity and works
    constantly within our club and community to
    promote and further these Rotary ideals. Tom is
    the kind of person and Rotary practitioner for
    which the Roll of Fame was created to honor.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009 JOHNIE GARY
  • ROTARY CLUB OF NORTH SHORE LAKE TRAVIS

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Jerry Chapman, President, Rotary Club of North
Shore Lake Travis on Fellow RotarianJohnie Gary
  • If you make an inquiry regarding Rotary anywhere
    on the north shore of Lake Travis, everyone will
    tell you that Johnie Gary is the person to
    contact. There are two good reasons supporting
    this fact. First, Johnie is extremely well known
    as the owner of two REMAX offices in the area,
    having been a Realtor in the community for 24
    years. Her professional reputation and acumen
    are exemplary. Secondly, Johnie has represented
    Rotary in every facet of the community. Several
    projects initiated under Johnies leadership in
    the infant days of the club are sustained today,
    as well as new projects she has envisioned in the
    making. She has been to PETS twice, paying her
    own expenses both times as she felt the club
    should not spend precious funds. During a 2004
    trip on a bus to a Bi-District Convention in
    Monterrey Mexico, Johnie met several other
    Rotarians. Today, our club is supplying a wheel
    chair to a 16 year old in Mexico as a result of
    this connection. Over the years, she discussed
    and pursued Rotary membership tirelessly and
    feels it is a privilege and an honor to introduce
    Rotary to prospective members. She has actually
    sponsored more new members than other club
    members collectively. Community leaders have
    been known to question her obvious dedication to
    Rotary but recognize the value of Rotary to the
    community. Johnie feels they have truly lost a
    heritage if they fail to become Rotarians.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009SANDRA GWYN
  • ROTARY CLUB OF MEXIA

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Lynn Simpson, President, Rotary Club of Mexia on
Fellow Rotarian Sandra Gwyn
  • Ever since I first met Sandra Gwyn, she has been
    at the forefront of the leadership within the
    Rotary Club of Mexia. Sandra leads by doing.
    She participates in every Rotary event that our
    club is involved with and in many cases organizes
    and/or heads it up. She was a US Navy spouse who
    raised two children while in the service for over
    20 years. During that time she was an outspoken
    advocate for our servicemen and women and their
    spouses. She was a successful businesswoman in
    Mexia who owned her own business and upon
    retiring from that business she chose not to
    retire quietly but to go into teaching at one of
    the local high schools. It was at this high
    school she started an Interact Club that is now
    in its second year and is expected to receive a
    presidential Citation Award. Sandra is active in
    her church teaching Sunday school at times.
    Within the community she is involved with voter
    registration and voting on election days. Over
    all Sandra is a very busy lady who if needed is
    always there to do one more thing.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009LARRY W. HOLZE
  • ROTARY CLUB OF WACO

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Carroll Fadal, President, Rotary Club of Waco on
Fellow Rotarian Larry W. Holze
  • Larry Holze has been a very positive influence,
    both in Waco Rotary and in the Waco community at
    large. His family was a respected merchant
    family in Waco, having owned and operated a large
    music store for many years. The store was the
    central source for band instruments for junior
    high and high school students in the Central
    Texas area and even accommodated those kids who
    didnt quite have the financial means to rent or
    purchase the instruments. After selling the
    store, Larry has been tireless in his efforts to
    enhance Wacos image, serving as the public
    relations spokesperson for the City. He works
    tirelessly for all sorts of charitable causes and
    in his church, First United Methodist of Waco.
    As President of Waco Rotary, Larry initiated two
    very valuable programs, one of which continues
    very successfully today. Because the Waco Club,
    the largest in District 5870, was lagging in
    contributions to The Rotary Foundation, Larry and
    his Board initiated the idea of adding a 50
    voluntary contribution for The Foundation to
    members semiannual dues invoices. Now, more
    than half the club members are Sustaining Members
    of The Foundation, contributing 100 a year.
    Larry also initiated a weekly Rotary Minute at
    the clubs meetings, focusing on the good that
    Rotary and The Foundation do internationally, as
    well as in our local community. Dedicated to the
    ideal of Service Above Self, Larry lives his
    life in service to others.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009SALLY HOOD
  • ROTARY CLUB OF NORTHEAST AUSTIN

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Jennifer Mathews, President, Rotary Club of
Northeast Austin on Fellow Rotarian Sally Hood
  • Citing evidence of the nominees service above
    self only requires that you have met Sally Hood.
    Her commitment to her Club is whole and
    resounding. She is one of the first members to
    arrive at our weekly meetings and one of the last
    to leave. She is the person who new and charter
    members look to for advice, answers and
    affirmation. The nominee exemplifies the
    four-way test in all her actions and words. Her
    membership benefits our Club and her goodwill is
    felt by our community. She is fair and
    deliberate in her decision making and thoughtful
    in her criticism. She is truly a Rotarian that
    lives by the service above self creed.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009HERBERT H. HERB LEWIS, JR.
  • ROTARY CLUB OF MARBLE FALLS

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David Ives, President, Rotary Club of Marble
Falls on Fellow Rotarian Herbert H. Herb
Lewis, Jr.
  • Herb Lewis was President of the Rotary Club of
    Marble Falls when I became a member in 2005. It
    was his calm, confident leadership that inspired
    me to serve and later agree to become President
    myself. During Herbs year as President, we
    began an International Matching Grant for our
    Rotary Park. His commitment and attention to
    detail through out that process was an example of
    Service Above Self for all to see. At the
    dedication of the new facility, he was his usual
    humble self, giving credit to many others for
    their work, but I knew how much time and effort
    he had given. It would not have become a reality
    with out his leadership and hard work. I hope
    every club has at least one member as dedicated
    and giving as Herb Lewis.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009RICK NALLE
  • ROTARY CLUB OF BASTROP COUNTY

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Deborah Rogers, President, Rotary Club of
Bastrop County on Fellow Rotarian Rick Nalle
  • Rick has been very active in our club by serving
    on all committees in addition to serving as Club
    President. He gives freely of his time and
    assets to support Rotary, new members, and our
    community. His wit and love of Rotary has
    contributed to the wonderful spirit of our Club.
    Rick promotes the ideals of Service Above Self
    not only in Rotary but in his community through
    his work to improve the lives of children. When
    he travels, he brings back stories of visiting
    other Rotary Clubs and is the first to bring
    prospective members to a meeting. Rick is an
    understated inspiration to the community, a
    deeply appreciated asset to our Club and a hero
    figure to the young lives he has touched.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009 SURESH PAHWA
  • ROTARY CLUB OF AUSTIN UNIVERSITY AREA

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Linda Nowlin, President, Rotary Club of Austin
University Area on Fellow Rotarian Suresh Pahwa
  • Suresh has become a ROTARIAN in every sense of
    the word He actively contributes to the ongoing
    leadership and service of the University Area
    Rotary Club with an especial interest in
    International projects. His interest in exploring
    ways to help our Rotary partners on the Border
    has been very productive. His knowledge about
    the Rotary Foundation and skill in helping all of
    our Clubs with matching grants has been another
    important contribution that benefits the
    District. Suresh has been a strong supporter of
    Rotarys goals to promote International
    Understanding through its Educational programs.
    All of these activities truly represent Service
    Above Self!

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ROLL OF FAME 2009STANFORD STAN PASSMAN
  • ROTARY CLUB OF KILLEEN HEIGHTS

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Steve Hanik, President, Rotary Club of Killeen
Heights on Fellow Rotarian Stanford Stan
Passman
  • Stan is a rock-solid Rotarian who quietly
    exhibits the ideals of Rotary by living the Four
    Way Test and exhibiting the guiding principles in
    his professional and personal life. Stan can
    always be counted on to provide his time, talents
    and finances to the clubs projects. Stan joined
    in 1986 and as such is the elder statesman in
    the club and supports the annual Crawfish Boil
    fundraiser with volunteer time by cheerfully
    providing beverages and desserts to the large
    crowd. He is always one of the first to signup or
    raise his hand in support of the clubs
    activities. No task is too small or too large for
    him. Stan has 100 percent attendance in this
    Rotary year thus far. Stans Rotary achievements
    are exemplar. He was named Rotarian of the Year
    for 1991-1992 became a Major Donor in 2006 and
    received the Four Avenues of Service Citation for
    1999-2000. Stan is a Rotarian others seek to
    emulate. He supports our mission to Make Dreams
    Real with quiet confidence, little fanfare but
    with full dedication and commitment to serve.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009STEVE RUBLEE
  • ROTARY CLUB OF TEMPLE

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Danny Dunn, President, Rotary Club of Temple on
Fellow Rotarian Steve Rublee
  • I can think of no more worthy candidate for the
    Roll of Fame than Steve Rublee. His love of the
    Rotary Club of Temple is exemplified by the
    outstanding leadership and service given to our
    club. Steve is a Rotarian in the purest sense
    of the term. He is a professional who sought
    more out of club membership than a weekly lunch
    and a visit with friends. His involvement in the
    club has not only benefited us, but has benefited
    the ones we serve. Without Steve Rublee, our
    entire community would be at a loss. He is a
    good man and a great Rotarian.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009KAY TRUB
  • ROTARY CLUB OF GEORGETOWN

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Tom Crawford, President, Rotary Club of
Georgetown on Fellow Rotarian Kay Trub
  • Kay Trub embodies the attributes of a successful
    Rotarian. She is selfless, generous and
    dedicated to the principles of Rotary. She has
    made commitments of time and money, both to our
    club and to our district. She set a great
    example by leading a GSE team to Italy. She
    believes deeply in the basic tenets of Rotary and
    inspires others to do so as well. She is a great
    Rotarian and worthy of recognition as a Roll of
    Fame member.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009PATRICIA L. PATTY WATTS
  • ROTARY CLUB OF KILLEEN

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Linda Webster, President, Rotary Club of Killeen
on Fellow Rotarian Patricia L. Patty Watts
  • Rotarian Patricia Patty Watts, President of
    the Rotary Club of Killeen for 2007-2008, is
    cited for distinguished service in Rotary
    District 5870 from 1993 to 2009. During Pattys
    years of outstanding service, she exemplified the
    tenets of the Four Way Test both at work and
    through her actions in supporting the community.
    Whether assisting her customers at the bank where
    she served as a loan officer for many years or
    whether sorting donated items at a local service
    organization site, Patty always displayed a
    positive attitude, patience, and graciousness to
    those with whom she was working. She focused on
    community service innovations while she served as
    Club President and added several local Club
    Service projects to the Clubs schedule for the
    year. Patty did this to demonstrate to club
    members that you can serve your community by your
    physical efforts and that giving funds is not the
    only way to serve in Rotary. Patty continues to
    be a leader in the Rotary Club of Killeen and has
    continued her service by enthusiastically serving
    as the New Member Orientation Chairperson to make
    sure potential new club members know what Rotary
    is, how Rotary works, and what the Rotary Club of
    Killeen expects of our new members. Patty is
    there when we need her with a smile on her face,
    whether we are involved in fundraising, picking
    up trash on the side of our Adopt-A-Road, or
    evaluating scholarship applications for our local
    youth. She is the epitome of a Rotarian.

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ROLL OF FAME 2009BILL WORRELL
  • ROTARY CLUB OF COPPERAS COVE

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Larry L. Letzer, Sr., Director, Rotary Club of
Copperas Cove on Fellow Rotarian Bill Worrell
  • Bill Worrell is the consummate Rotarian. He has
    been a Rotarian with perfect attendance for 35
    years. When he had to make up, he made up by
    visiting other Rotary Clubs. He has not used the
    Club One to accomplish this as he often stated
    this is not fellowship with other Rotarians, but
    spending a few minutes on line. He does not have
    to be asked to assist the club. He volunteers
    his time and efforts on a regular basis. Our
    clubs primary fundraising is through operating
    casino nights for the public. Bill drives the
    truck pulling the casino equipment and sets up
    the tables, stays throughout each casino event,
    and breaks down the many tables, reloading the
    trailer and culminating with driving the truck
    and trailer back when the event is over. Often
    Bill will auction a valuable to club members with
    the entire proceeds going to the Rotary
    Foundation. Further credit to Bill is the fact
    his wife Judy is an honorary Rotarian and has
    nearly the same degree of club attendance as does
    Bill. Judy often assists at casino events.

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  • DISTRICT 5870
  • CONGRATULATES
  • THE CLASS OF 2009
  • AND THEIR SPONSORING
  • ROTARY CLUBS
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