Albany Kiwanis Club
- Born: Charlotte, North Carolina
- Eagle Scout; Scout Master
- Married: 49 years, Cookie Young, Tallulah, Louisiana
- Two sons, four precious grandchildren
- Education: Furman University, Greenville, SC, BA Business Administration
- Church Affiliation: Baptist; deacon, trustee, finance committee, Sunday school teacher
- Business: owner, Mini Warehouse complex
- Private pilot
Why did you decide to run for office?
As Membership chair, I understand how important membership is, both financially and as it pertains to service. Dues are very important, so is reducing spending. I want to be a part of the decision-making process that will affect Kiwanis positively and prudently. I plan to balance the budget without having to take money from our reserve.
What qualifies you to become an officer of Kiwanis International?
• Kiwanian for 30 years, have attended 24 Kiwanis International conventions
• Distinguished: governor, lieutenant governor, club president
• District Foundation president
• District secretary-treasurer
• Chair of Kiwanis International Membership committee
• Member of KI Audit and Finance committee
• Member of KI Programs and Partnerships committee
• Kiwanis-appointed district chair for the Formula 2013–2014
How will you leave your mark on Kiwanis?
At the end of my tenure as president of Kiwanis International, I want Kiwanis to have gained in membership and to be financially sound.
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