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Donna Ralston
Jan 20, 2022
Medical equipment loan [ZOOM]
Jerry Kramer
Jan 27, 2022
Jeremy Bloom
Feb 17, 2022
Thomas Burkholder
Mar 17, 2022
United Launch Alliance
David Chandler
Mar 24, 2022
Math without borders
Karen Aalund
Mar 31, 2022
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Apr 07, 2022
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Martha Boon is a retired Physical Therapist. She received a BS at Indiana and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Regis. She continues to work as bookkeeper for her husband and son's engineering consulting business, CSS, Inc. She has been a long time friend of Bonnie Thomas, who in addition to running and doing triathlons together has now gotten her into Rotary.  Martha and her husband, Rich, live in Centennial. They have 3 grown children. She has always enjoyed volunteer work and her retirement gives her more flexibility and time to contribute.
William McMurry passed away December 8 at the age of 88. Bill was a member of the Rotary Club of Denver and was on the committee to charter the University Hills Club in 1971 where he was a charter member.  Bill's friend, the first president of University Hills, was Cliff Dochterman, who was later the President of Rotary International. In 1985 Bill was instrumental in the formation of the Rotary Club of Denver Southeast and was it's first president. His friend, Lou Webb also left the University Hills club to found the Bellevue Breakfast Club in Washington.  In 1991-92 Bill served as the District Governor of District 5450. Bill had perfect attendance as long as he had been a Rotarian. There will only be a family remembrance rather than a funeral service.
Lynn is Project Director for Ready2Relate, a project of the Center for Relationship Education, which brings critical relationship training to 7,500 youth in Colorado high schools. She is a speaker, author of two books and social entrepreneur. As a former youth in foster care, she sought to understand the system and help other foster children. She founded Camp to Belong, Int'l, which she led for 27 years. She has a degree in Communications from the University of Illinois. Lynn lives in Castle Rock and has three grown children.
James Tarpey was introduced to Rotary by John Hughes. James was born and raised in NYC, son of Irish immigrants. He got a Business degree at St. Johns and a Law degree at Fordham. He started his career as a Special Agent with the FBI in Denver. After several moves he decided Denver was for him and took a job as an attorney at the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. He later practiced law alone and as a partner at several firms. James is now retired. He and his wife of 52 years, Mary Ann, live in Columbine Valley. They have two grown children. Being outdoors on a bike, hike or snowshoeing appeals to Jim.
Samantha Temple (Sam), is the founder and Director of the East Africa Fund where she has been for 4 years. Prior to that she was a Development Officer at Habitat for Humanity. Samantha works with a network of NGOs in East Africa to improve and promote the development of the third sector. She has a Master's in Public Affairs from CU and is working on her PhD. She lives in Centennial with her husband, Luke, and her son Simon. She loves to travel, especially to East Africa where she got her introduction as a Peace Corp volunteer. Sam was introduced to Rotary by Steve Werner.

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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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