Paul Parish joined our Club back in September 2015. Paul and his wife Linda Diekvoss live in the Peninsula community after having lived for 25 years in Bow Mar. They have three adult children, two daughters in the Denver area and their son in San Diego.
Paul’s Rotary Classification is Consulting: Management, and reflects a long career in Management Consulting, having retired as Managing Principal in the Management Consulting (Advisory) division of Grant Thornton LLP, which is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, one of the six global audit, tax and advisory organizations.
Paul is an avid bicyclist logging 2,000 miles per year, loves reading, attending the performing arts, fine dining, entertaining, and international travel – have been to 87 countries.
Karlyn McCrumb was inducted into our Club at the Evening Meeting on November 17th. Karlyn learned about our club while attending one of the community events where our Littleton Rotary had an information booth. Impressed at all Rotary is doing for our community and the world, she wanted to learn more and was invited to attend the Evening Meeting. Realizing that Rotary membership offered the perfect avenue for her to become more involved in helping improve lives, she quickly applied and was accepted.
Karlyn works as a leadership and organizational development consultant for Kaiser Permanente. She and her husband, Bob, live in Littleton and have two children, J.D. and Kristopher. Gardening, design, watercolor painting, cake decorating, and reading are just a few of her many interests.
Steve Bianchi, husband of Rotarian B. Bianchi, joined on Club on December 15th and attends our Evening Meetings. Steve is well known to those who’ve volunteered at our various fundraising events as he’s worked at virtually all of them along with B. Steve’s Rotary Classification is, Consulting: Voice Recognition Technologies and he works for Honeywell Corp.
Steve and B. live in Littleton and together have four adult children. Steve enjoys hunting, woodworking, and gardening. We welcome Steve as an Active member whose service to our club has been significant and will continue to be so in the future.
Thomas Stipp joined our Club on January 5th, 2016 and has been assigned the Rotary Classification of, Insurance: Property Claim Training. He works for State Farm Insurance and his office is located in Englewood.
Thomas and his wife, Missy live in unincorporated Jefferson County and have two children, Kyla and Ian. He’s excited about becoming actively involved in Rotary and especially programs and projects centered on children. We welcome Thomas and are certain the skills he brings to Rotary will do much to enhance our local and global projects.