Monthly Archives: September 2018

Rotator – Issue #12, September 27, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, October 4.  Our guest speaker will be Mark Neville, CEO of the Holiday Bowl.  Click here for more program details. Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 1, we are now accepting live and silent auction items for our annual event on November 29 (save the date!)
  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, find information on the club’s annual Presidential Grant
  • On page 4, find information on our upcoming Rise Against Hunger community event with the Padres (only a few spaces left !)
  • On page 5, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd

Thank you to John Peelle of Peelle Wealth Management for sponsoring the News at our meeting.

Madelyn Hersman

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Winery-Retail and Vineyards, Additional Active

Madelyn is the Fine Wine Manager with EJ Gallo Winery.

“Maddy” grew up in Mission Viejo where she attended El Toro High School.  She then attended USD on a full scholastic scholarship and with junior standing.  She double majored in Philosophy and Political Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Changing her mind last minute about law school, she applied to twenty different companies and ended up with EJ Gallo Winery.  After six years and four different roles in the company, she is excited to finally have free time to become involved with Rotary.

Maddy has been involved with service organizations her whole life and is still involved with the Girl Scouts (she started a Daisy troop last year.) She is a newly-wed—she and her husband Charlie were married last June.

 Kimberly Higgins, Daniel Amaro and Kurt Volker were her sponsors.

 

Rotator – Issue #11, September 20, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, September 27.  Our guest speaker will be new San Diego Police Chief, David Nisleit.  Click here for more program details. Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, find information on our upcoming Rise Against Hunger community event with the Padres (only a few spaces left – sign up today!)
  • On pages 4 & 5, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd

Rotator – Issue #10, September 13, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, September 20.  Our program this week will be our annual Mr/Ms/Mrs San Diego program.  Our Past Presidents have proudly selected Patti Roscoe as our honoree this year.  Join us as we celebrate Patti for the lasting impact that her leadership and contributions have made to our community. Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, find membership news
  • On page 4, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd
Thank you to Pat Caughey of Wimmer Yamada & Caughey for sponsoring the News at our meeting. 

Rotator – Issue #09, September 6, 2018

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Our next meeting will be on Thursday, September 13.  Our guest speaker will be Captain Chris Cavanaugh, United States Navy. He will share the story of the Undersea Rescue Command’s deployment last year as part of the search and rescue effort for missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan.  Any questions?  Please contact Mary at mary@rotary33.org.

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Be sure to read the following stories in The Rotator:

  • On page 2, find Quick Bits, birthdays, upcoming programs and events
  • On page 3, read about these year’s honorees of our Peace Award
  • On page 4, meet our newest members
  • On page 5, see the many wonderful faces in our crowd
  • On page 6, read an update from Quench and Connect and how your donations continue to make an impact
Thank you to David Oates of Stalwart Communications for sponsoring the News at our meeting. 

Paul Thiel

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Investment-Wealth Management, Additional Active

Paul is a Senior Partner and Wealth Strategist with Northern Trust Corp.

He is originally from Boston.  He has a passion for journalism and spent the first 20 years of his career as a reporter and even owned a small media company.

Paul also runs the Chairmen’s Roundtable (pro-bono mentoring for San Diego Businesses), he is on the Board for Dallmann’s Confections in San Marcos, and runs the planned giving for the La Jolla Institute of Allergy and  Immunology.

He is a lifelong racquetball and paddleball player and has won national and state championships.  He and his wife Lori have 2 children, McClain (19) and Madeline (13).

John Morrell, Andy Fitchorn and Martha Dennis were his sponsors.

 

Jonathan Cole

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Marketing-Digital

Jonathan is a Sales Administrator with LeadCrunch.ai. Here he is spearheading a non-profit initiative to leverage machine learning to help veterans and their spouses find meaningful careers in San Diego.

He first got involved with Rotaract when he was 19 years old at SDSU, then eventually joined San Diego Rotaract.  He recently found out that his family has been involved with Rotary for over 83 years!

Jonathan graduated from SDSU with a B.S. degree in Business Administration and was recognized as one of the top ten leaders on campus for excellence in academics, leadership and service.

He enjoys boxing, playing the saxophone and genealogy.

Bobby Marsh, Dick Troncone and Bill Earley were his sponsors.