Paul Harris Fellowship Recipients

Rotary International has a unique way of recognizing contributions to the organization in the name of Rotary’s Founder, Paul Harris.

Rotary Founder Paul Harris

People who make a contribution of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International — or have one made in their name – can become Paul Harris Fellows.

Mr. Al Brush of the Rotary Club of Laurel, Mississippi became the first Paul Harris Fellow in 1957.  Over 1 million Paul Harris Fellowships have been awarded since then.

Annually, the Rotary Club of the Pelhams contributes $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation and is thus able to award a Fellowship. The Committee each year has the challenging task of selecting someone who exemplifies Rotary in every way: fellowship, spirit, hard work and enthusiasm.

The following individuals are Rotary Club of the Pelhams’ Paul Harris Fellowship recipients:

Black, David G.  (Dave)
Bucher, Elizabeth (Betty)
Chiamulera, Harry
Cuzzi, Frank A.
Draper, Catherine A.  (Cathy)
Falvey, Kevin J., D.D.S.
Falvey, Richard T., D.D.S.   (Dick)
Felicetti, John
Hanrahan, Michael G.
Jablonski, Valerie
Kenworthy, Walter *
Ketels, Martin
Kingsbury, Richard W.   (Dick)
Klein, Margaret A.   (Maggie)
Kossowan, Anne C.
Montgomery, Christopher   (Chris)*
Moore, Ellis O.
Noble, Carolyn L.   (Clue)
Nyborg, George L.
Palmisciano, Missy
Piotrowski, Nancy
Quatroni, Thomas J.   (Tom)
Rendon, Robert  (Bob) *
Roth-Jacobs, Lyn
Srere, Betty C.
Stiefvater, Marilyn
Tritsch, Robert G.   (Bob)
Wilson, Charles T., Dr.   (Charlie)
* Multiple Award Recipient
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