Assistant Gov. Bio
Area #1: Brian McConnell
Bill Moehle a member of the Brighton Rotray Club, is the Assistant Governor for the Area # 5 clubs: Bloomfield, Brighton, Honeye Falls-Menon, Honoye Lake, Lima and Pittsford.
Area #8 Lee Loomis
Area #9 Bill Ewsuk,
Herb Gauch, a member of the Webster Rotary Club, is the Assistant Governor for Area # 10 clubs: East Rochester, Fairport, Irndequoit, Penfield, Pen - Web and Webster. Herb joined the Webster Rotary Club in 1979, where he served as Club Secretary, Vice President, and Member of the Board of Directors. He has twice been President of the club. Herb continues to chair a number of the Webster Club's service and fund raising projects.
Herb retired from Erdman Anthony Associate a local engineering company in 2006 after forty-one years of service. He was manager of the firms Aerial Mapping Department and also served as Corporate Secretary during his tenure on the Board of Directors. Prior to beginning his career in engineering, Herb served from 1961 to 1965 in the United States Navy. Shortly after retiring Herb and several associates purchased the aerial mapping group from Erdman Anthony and formed EA Maps, LLC. He is presently Vice President of Sales & Marketing for the new company which has offices in Rochester, New York and Phoenix, Arizona.
Herb is a member of the Management Association of Private Photogrammetric Surveyors (MAPPS) the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), the American Legion and the CEC/Seabee Historical Foundation. He also serves on the Curriculum Advisor Board at Alfred State College, School of Engineering Technology.
Herb and his wife Mary are long time Webster residents and have two grown daughters and four grand children. They are active members in St. Paul's Catholic Church Community in Webster. Mary is retired from HSBC Bank and is active in the Webster Women Club, RAMS East and the local TWIG group as well as the Webster Rotary Club. Both Herb and Mary are Paul Harris Fellows.
Tim King, a member of the Ontario - Walworth RotaryClub, is the Assistnt Governor fr Area # 11 clubs: Gananda, Newark, Ontario - Walworth, Palmyra - Macedon and Williamson. Tim retired from Rochester Gas & Electric Corp. in August of 2008 after38 yeas of service to the company aste Fossil / Hydro Training Manager. He joined the Ontario - Walworth Club in March of 2004 and has servd on various club committees and projects with perfect attendance. He developed a new member and mentor prgram for the club while serving on the membership committee. He also developed th club's vocational service's Business of the Year Progam. Hewas Club Presdent for te Rotary year of 2007 - 2008 nd is currently serving as Club Treasurer. Tim is a graduate of the Rotary Leadership Institute, a Rotary Foundation benefactor an becamea Paul Harris Fellow in 2008. His outside interests includes serving as the President, sitting on the BoardofDirectors fr the Ontario Food Pantry and is memberof American Legion Post 428.
Barb Harper, a member of the Clyde Rotary Club is the Assistant Governor for Area # 12 clubs: Clyde, Lyons, Red Creek, Sodus an Wolcott. Barb joined te Clyde Club in 1988 along with Ellen Bellizzi as the first women in that club. She is now retired having wrked 35 years with the Wayne Economic Development Corp. / Wayne County Industrial Development Agency, 16 of those yeas as Executive Director. She has served 4 terms as Club Presdent and other club offices. She is a Paul Harris Fellow and a Rotary Benefactor. She has also served at the District level on the RYLA and Foundation Committees. She is married with 5 children, 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Luisa Baars, a member of the Rochester Latino Rotary Club, is the Assistant Governor for Area # 13 clubs; Rochester, Rochester AM, Rocester Deaf, Rochester Latino and Rochester NW. Luisa help found the Rochester Latino Club while a member of the Irondequoit Club. She transfered from Irondequoit Club where she served as President for the year, 2008/2009. After retiring from her job as director of a center for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction, she has devoted her time to her company. Luisa is the President/Owner of MAS Translation Services. She has been providing translation and interpretation services since 1988. Her Rotary involvement began in 1992 with the Rochester Club. After he retirement she took a year off and then joined the Irondequoit Club where she has served as secretary and vice president before becoming President. Liusa is active with various organizations as committee chair and / or as a board member to the Catholic Family Center, Latino Alliance, Hispanic Health Coalition, St Margaret Mary Church Socail Commitee, United Way and the Restart Treatment Center.