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Sherry Baker
Sherry Baker has owned and operated a private consulting and counselling practice since 1990. Sherry Baker and Associates offers small business, non-profit and boards support, strategic planning and organizational development. She retired as the Executive Director of Ishtar Transition Housing Society and the interim Executive Director of Aldergrove Neighbourhood Services in 2005. In 2006 she started, a web-based employment matching service for people over 50 which she sold in 2010. She was hired as the Executive Director of the BC Association of Community Response Networks in July 2010.
Sherry has sat on, and chaired many provincial, regional and local boards over the years. Sherry was elected to City Council in Chilliwack in the 1980's where she served for 6 years. She completed six years as a public member on the Board of Registration for Social Workers and on the College of Occupational Therapists of BC. She is the past Chair of the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support and past chair of the South Fraser Family Court and Youth Justice Committee, as well as a founding Board Member of the Minerva Foundation for BC Women and a founding member of the United Community Services Coop (now Realize Strategies). Sherry has been a Rotarian since 1992 and is a member of Soroptimist International of the Langleys. She is currently the co-chair of the Township of Langley’s Seniors Advisory Committee and chairs the board of Encompass Support Services Society.
She was awarded the Canada 125 Medal "in recognition of signification contribution to compatriots, community and to Canada" and received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.  She has been awarded three Paul Harris Fellowships by Rotary International.
Sherry holds a Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science from City University in Seattle, a Bachelor of Home Economics from the University of British Columbia and a Diploma in Business Administration from Fraser Valley University.
Sherry has three adult children and 6 grandchildren.
May Barnard
Is a Charter Member of the Langley Sunrise Rotary Club – she was invited to join this new club in 1992.  She is retired (for sure this time) General Insurance Agent after 16 years with Envision Financial. She was an elected Township Councillor from 1996 to 2002, an exciting two terms. She's been married to John for 47 years and have two sons & two grandsons.  She took up golfing when she retired the first time and enjoy sewing for friends and family. She does a bit of travelling with a life long friend. They are looking forward to their 6th trip together, this time to Scotland.
Dan Bennett
Associate Broker - REALTOR

Dan was licensed as a salesperson in 1980 and a Broker in 1982. He then completed the UBC Four Year Urban Land Program, specializing in Appraisal. As well he was very involved in his community plus industry professional Associations, becoming President of both the Fraser Valley RE Board and the BC Real Estate Association, and five years as a Director of the Canadian RE Association. He sat on the BC Real Estate Association Standard Forms Committee participating in the development of real estate forms and contracts for the profession. Dan also does real estate and Professional Standards consulting work.

He is a partner in an online real estate transaction management company

Dick Hooper
Electrical Contractor

One of the longest standing Rotarians in Langley, at present.

He’s been involved with two different Langley clubs during the past 39 years, and has taken an incredibly active role in all aspects of Rotary life, including his turn as club president and his tenure as a long-time volunteer with Rotary World Help network.
But for the retired electrician – who made Langley his home in the early 1970s – his community involvement is not exclusive to Rotary.  He’s one of those guys who’s always been there to lend a helping hand, whether doing some wiring for the Langley Christmas Bureau, selling hot dogs for kids charities, helping organize and outfit Langley City for past Christmas and summer parades, or – his most long-standing volunteer role outside of Rotary – serving as a director for more than a decade with the Langley Good Times Cruise-In.  His community involvement has earned him many thanks and even some noted recognition. He was crowned senior citizen of the year in 2004, and picked as Langley’s H.D. Stafford Citizen of the Year in 2007.  At 84, he’s still going strong, waking early every Wednesday morning to join his fellow Rotarians at the Rotary Club of Langley Sunrise.
William (Bill) Lindahl

Past President of Club
Soccer Player
Grant Sauer
Notary Public
Grant is a Notary Public offering professional legal services with flare, including house calls, hospital calls and bank signing appointments, I meet clients according to their schedules, whether that is in the evening or on weekends. I have been involved in the community for over 20 years as a 4-H and Church Leader, a Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Member and a Walnut Grove Willoughby Business Association member. The Rotarian mandate really resonates with me, “Service above Self”. I want to use my time and talent in the community as I am able. 
I live in Fort Langley on a hobby farm and raise beef, pigs and free-range chickens. My children are very involved in the raising of the steers and pigs because of our involvement with BC 4-H, an excellent program for children and teenagers.
Patrick Matiowski

Patrick has been a Langley resident since 2008.  As the Director of Fundraising for the Langley Care Foundation and the Langley Lodge, he reminds Langley citizens that the elderly are an important part of the community.

He appreciates the networking opportunities, the friendships, the community service and especially the international reach of Rotary.  His mission statement is to do what is right because it is right and by doing so, hopes that he will make the world a better place.  If family, friends or neighbours need help, they only have to ask.  Patrick is a connector.
Jeff Morfitt

When Jeff joined Rotary, it was because my Dad, John Morfitt (a long-time active Rotarian), had mentored me with a strong belief in the value of "Service Above Self", with particular emphasis on international projects. A good friend, Dick Hooper, dragged me into Rotary - kicking and screaming - I remain passionate to this day.

 My wife, Kellie Reynolds, is a CPA/CA (Chartered Accountant) and our daughter, born in 1993, is an UBC grad and Integrated Engineer with a strong artistic flair!

Work wise - I'm now retired, but for most of my working life, owned a winch, hoist, and gear manufacturing company in Langley. Clients were mostly international companies in the land and offshore oil exploration and production sector. Machinery design is/was my passion. In the last three years leading up to retirement I lead teams in the design of leading-edge military and commercial specialized tracked vehicle transmissions - a very challenging and gratifying way to end me working career.

Travel has always been a central focus in their lives. We got engaged on a hilltop in northern Thailand, and our honeymoon was a 21-day trek in the Indian Himalayas - up to 18,000 ft altitude. Jeff and family have continued to travel frequently developing a love for South East Asia. In 2017, with an Australian friend, we did a 2-week motorcycle dirt-bike trick through the backroads of northern Vietnam. Kellie and Jeff have traveled to many less-traveled areas and enjoy long-stay experiences while traveling.

Club President for 2011-2012, and since then I've been Treasurer. Truthfully - Kellie has been the Treasurer, and I've been the front-face.

In 2009, Jeff had an amazing, life-altering experience that cemented my International Service roots. I participated, in a Rotaplast mission to Cebu, Philippines. Rotaplast performs surgery to correct Cleft Pallet and Cleft Lip deformities in developing countries. He witnessed, close-up, the most incredible transformative surgeries on 90 young children. He worked to truly change life for the kids, there families, and villages. He would love to do this again!

June Jones
John Hooper
Financial Planner

John has been with Odlum Brown Limited for the span of his 26-year career in the investment industry. Though many aspects of the industry have changed during this time, his commitment to his client is unwavering.  He believes that the most rewarding aspects to his role include the interaction and long-standing relationships he has formed with his clients and the pleasure of seeing his clients follow through with their goals.
In addition to achieving the Fellow of Canadian Securities Institute and Canadian Investment Manager designations, John successfully completed various industry courses including Portfolio Management Techniques, Investment Management Techniques and Professional Financial Planning.  He keeps abreast on financial market developments, governmental and regulatory changes pertaining to personal finace, and current events by attending various courses and seminars.
In his spare time, John is the Regional Chair of the Vancouver Coastal Region for Diabetes Canada, a cause that is near and dear to him as a Type 1 Diabetic.  He also supports many worthy  causes in the Lower Mainland that invest in the well-being of our next generation such as Starfish Packs, KidsSport, Kids Up Front and the United Way.  John resides with his family in North Surrey.  He is an avid golfer who is passionate about hockey and cycling.
Midori Turner

Midori Turner graduated from Capilano College with a Bachelor in Tourism Management.  After working in a variety of marketing positions in both the real estate and tourism industry, she and her husband (Eric) decided to venture into entrepreneurship.  They opened their first Pak Mail franchise in Langley in 2010.  This was the year they moved to Langley, and Midori joined Rotary as well.  She felt it was a great way to connect to her with the community she had just moved to and opened a business in. They acquired their second Pak Mail location in 2017 in Coquitlam.  2017 also brought the birth of their first child, son Jaxon. 

Rod Wainwright
"Success doesn’t come to you…you go to it!” best describes Lantrax’s president, Rod Wainwright. Devoted family man, active Rotarian and lover of all things hockey, Rod is a transportation specialist with over 35 years’ experience in the industry.
Having starting Lantrax in 2003, Rod has grown his business from two people, in a spare bedroom, to a multi-million dollar company with 17 employees operating out of an 11,000 square foot warehouse facility in Port Kells.
A go-getter and team player, Rod is dedicated to providing worry-free delivery, anywhere, with a team of individuals he has carefully hand-picked for their expertise and customer service skills. Named the Langley Chamber of Commerce’s George Preston Memorial Business Person of the Year in 2014, and ranking in the 2015 Profit 500 list of Canada’s fastest-growing companies, Rod has no plans of slowing down.