The Rotary Club of Lee’s Summit presents Service Above Self and Community Awards

May 16, 2014 

The Rotary Club of Lee’s Summit honored members of the business community, civil servants and club members at its May 8 meeting.

Gary Bromley was posthumously presented with Paul Harris Fellow recognition, in honor of his lifetime of service to his country and community. The award was presented to his wife, RoseAnn Bromley.

The club also honored:

Lee’s Summit Teacher of the Year, Beth Files, from Summit Lakes Middle School.

Lee’s Summit Firefighter of the Year, Tom Fagan

Lee’s Summit Police Officer of the Year, Brad Anders

Chip Moxley was honored with the club’s Service Above Self Award, an award presented to a non-Rotarian in recognition of an exceptional ongoing level of community service.

Rotary Rookie of the Year was presented to Kirby Asplund

Rotarian of the Year honors were shared by Greg Kartsonis and Jeff Silver

The Rotary Club of Lee’s Summit is a service organization made up of business, civic and community leaders. Its 175 members gather at Unity Village Thursdays at noon. The Club supports local, regional, national and international efforts such as the eradication of polio, disaster relief, education, clean water, and more. It is part of the 1.2-million member Rotary International. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self.

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