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Past Presidents

Official List of Past Presidents and Secretaries

Year   Presidents   Secretary
1921   John Massieon(Charter President)   Sam J. Marshall
1921-22   Ernie Roth   "
1922-23   Orie C. Yoder   "
1923-24   Orie C. Yoder   "
1924-25   Emil F. Wagenknecht   "
1925-26   George Mundie   Otto Hoffman
1926-27   W. H. Evans   "
1927-28   M.S. Gildea   "
1928-29   Fred Seitz   "
1929-30   John Seepe   "
1930-31   Henry Amsler   "
1931-32   Henry Amsler   "
1932-33   A.H. Neureuther   "
1933-34   John W. Bruening   "
1934-35   J.D. Walsh   "
         
1935-36   Dr. John R. Postma   Edward Urbanowski
1936-37   Herbert J. Tobler   "
1937-38   Roger E. Lee   Forrest Coddington
1938-39   Dr. Aloysius F. Lenzen   Otto Hoffman
1939-40   Cecil Martin   Leslie Hoenschied
1940-41   Frank Stratton   "
1941-42   Henry Brock   "
1942-43   Otto Hoffman   "
1943-44   Otto Hoffman   John Welch
1944-45   Herbert Hulse   "
1945-46   Russell Evans   "
1946-47   S. Kenneth Howe   "
1947-48   Herman Potthoff   "
1948-49   Dr. Walter Utz   Stuart Halm
1949-50   Howard Bly   "
1950-51   Howard Bly   "
1951-52   Jack Alger   "
1952-53   Ken Koehler   "
1953-54   Wayne Ellberg   Howard Ryan
1954-55   Levison Snyder   Stuart Halm
1955-56   Ulysses Kutter   Frank Platt
1956-57   Frank Platt   William Schultz
1957-58   Clyde Halm   Robert Johns
1958-59   Harry Erlenborn   "
1959-60   Robert Herzog   "
1960-61   Bill Vlastnik   "
1961-62   Newell Gates   "
1962-63   Joe Vonesh   "
1963-64   Warren O. Denler   "
1964-65   Cecil Kiger   "
1966-67   Stan Peterman   "
1967-68   Norbert Dudek   "
1969-70   Robert M. Boyer   "
1970-71   Charles E. Weiland   "
1971-72   A. Charles Mueller   "
1972-73   C. J. Chamlin   "
1973-74   Joseph Colmone   Eugene Maxedon
1973-74   Dr. Kenneth M. Sack   "
1974-75   William T. Schweickert   "
1975-76   R. Bruce Johns   "
1976-77   Douglas Biederstedt   R. Bruce Johns
1977-78   Eugen Maxedon   "
1978-79   Harold Simkins   "
1979-80   Ronald Peterlin   "
1980-81   Ronald J. Borelli   "
1981-82   Paul Muenchow   "
1982-83   Carl Johnson   Mark Teachman
1983-84   Henry Hackman Sr.   Gary Ballard
1984-85   Harry Dunn   Joseph Donahue
1985-86   Robert Studzinski   "
1986-87   Richard Hale   Doug Renkosik
1987-88   Tim Perra   "
1988-89   Kevin Mason   William Schulte
1989-90   John Hurst   "
1990-91   Doug Renkosik   "
1991-92   Tom Guttilla   "
1992-93   Arnold Buckman   "
1993-94   Richard Wendt   "
1994-95   Roelif Loveland   "
1995-96   Gene Vogelgesang   "
1996-97   Ken Credi   "
1997-98   Julie Sloan   "
1998-99   Marci Duro   "
1999-00   Mike McNamara   "
2000-01   Lori Nall   "
2001-02   Kent Jefferson   "
2002-03   Greg Vaccaro   "
2003-04   Chris Jauch   "
2004-05   Jim Bagley   "
2005-06   Becky Meier   "
2006-07   Mark Batty   "
2007-08   Mary Chambers   "
2008-09   Mark Cross   OJ Stoutner
2009-10   Kelly Klobucher   "
2010-11   Matt Merboth   "
2011-12   Jason Cavanaugh   Rob Ankiewicz
2012-13        
2013-14    Simon Kampwerth    
2014-15    Jim Renk    
2015-16    Mike Vezzetti    
2016-17    Bev Malooley   Rachel Balestri (Krug)
2017-18   Larry Laio   Rachel Balestri (Krug)
2018-19   Daryk Brayton   Kelly Champlin
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  1. A member of this Rotary Club sponsored your membership.
  2. Our Classification Committee verified your occupation and agreed:
    • that you hold an important position in your firm
    • that you are an outstanding leader in your vocation
    • that the classification being loaned to you was not already represented in our Club.
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  1. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;
  2. High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying by each Rotarian of his occupation as an opportunity to serve society.
  3. The application of the ideal of service by every Rotarian to his personal, business, and community life;
  4. The advancement of international understanding, good will, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional men united in the ideal of service.
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1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOOD WILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

 

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