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Cherry Hills Country Club
4125 S University Blvd
Cherry Hills Village CO 80113


May 28, 2015
Eric Schuck, President, Arrow Global Components
Arrow Electronics - Guiding Innovation Forward
Jun 04, 2015
Dr. Brent Chrite, Dean of DU Business School
The convergence of human capital development and policy reform in East Africa.
Jun 10, 2015
(Evenings) Kate Tweedy
Daughter of Secretariat Owner
Jun 11, 2015
Dr. Desmond Runyan
Kempe Center (Treatment of Abused/Neglected Children)

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Abbas Rajabi, president of Denver SE in 2001-02 will serve as the District Governor for District 5450 in 2017-18. Abbas has served in many capacities in the club and district and has been a tireless champion of Service Above Self. We look forward to supporting him in his role. Abbas will become the 4th member of our club to have served as District Governor.

Doug Imhoff found Denver SE from a web site search because he was looking for a way to give back to the community. He is President of Imhoff Fine Residential Painting, in Centennial which he has done for 10 years. He is also a finishing contractor. He and his wife, Connie, live in Centennial with their daughters Alexandra and Hanna.  

Garrett Tuttle is an attorney working as VP and General Counsel of Multivista Systems, a visual documentation technology company. He received his BA at the University of Virginia and a law degree and MBA at Colorado. He and his wife, Niki live just south of Cherry Hills Country Club off Quincy. He has a son and a daughter. He was introduced to our club by Richard Heppe.

David Young is a retired cardiovascular surgeon who was educated at the University of Oklahoma and practiced primarily in Denver, completing over 10,000 heart, lung and blood vessel procedures. He was a member of one of the Denver downtown Rotary clubs prior to moving to Las Vegas, along with his daughters and wife Sylvia, who was appointed president/CEO of the HCA hospital in Las Vegas.  David was a member of the Las Vegas Rotary Club for the 7 years while his family lived in Las Vegas.  He is a Paul Harris Fellow. 

Frank Gold is a retired dentist who practiced in Lakewood. He is a native of Denver and received his BA at the University of Denver and his DDS at Marquette. He was a member of the Lakewood Rotary club 12 years ago and was an Optimist for 45 years. He and his wife of over 50 years, Hedy, live in Centennial and are the parents of two children. Frank was sponsored by his cousin, Ed Meyer.

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Do you have a succinct explanation of Rotary when someone asks you- what some would call an "elevator speech"? Here is a possible response, authored by Jim Creamer:

Rotary is an international organization dedicated to the service of mankind. Denver Southeast Rotary Club is an active organization of men and women providing domestic and international assistance to others far and wide. And we have fun doing it with fellowship for our members and with a sense of ethics as outlined in the Four Way Test.

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Evenings Club

DSE Evenings Club is targeted primarily at younger professionals. It meets 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 6:30 pm at Kaos Pizzeria, 1439 South Pearl St, Denver  See Speakers for upcoming meetings.

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