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It was a big fat Greek presidents' party for the Rotary Club of Long Beach as outgoing president Bob Graham handed over the reins to incoming president Terry Geiling, founder of Professional Business Services, Intl. in Long Beach.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ -- Today, Calif. Assemblymember Patrick O'Donnell (D-Long Beach) recognized Lieutenant Commander Terry Geiling for his outstanding service in the U.S. Navy and his admirable work on behalf of the local... Read more
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Terry Geiling is a past president of the Rotary Club of Long Beach, CA. and currently serves as Chief of Staff for the District Governor District 5320. He is president of the American Gold Star Manor, an affordable, senior housing facility established for women who lost sons and daughters in the military. As club president, Terry directed the efforts of Rotary Club of Long Beach club to become one of the largest 100% Paul Harris Fellow clubs in the Rotary family. He organized and led two international projects that provided library books, computers and clean water systems to small schools in rural Mexican villages. In February, Terry will be administering polio vaccine to the children of farm workers on his 3rd NID trip to the agricultural areas surrounding Caborca, Mexico. Terry is heartened by the parents who eagerly turn to Rotarians for their children's lifesaving vaccine and is personally fulfilled by the opportunity to give back to the world community. Rotary Float Outwalker Brian Russell is a member of the Rotary Club of Long Beach where he is 2011-2012 Assistant to the President. He is Rotary District 5320 New Generations Director which oversees all of the youth programs Rotaract, Interact, RYLA and Youth Exchange. He was Director for the Multi District Interact Symposium that served over 160 high school aged leaders, Faculty Advisors and Rotarian Liaisons at a weekend leadership camp at the Outdoor Education Center. He is developing a New Generations Advisory Group comprised of the Executive Directors of the YMCAs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Boys & Girls Clubs, and Camp Fire clubs in District 5320 to discuss the challenges of our youth today and how we can serve them better.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ - Today, Calif. Assemblymember Patrick Oâ€™Donnell (D-Long Beach) recognized Lieutenant Commander Terry Geiling for his outstanding service in the U.S. Navy and his admirable work on behalf of the local community.
Geiling was honored as the 70th Assembly Districtâ€™s 2016 Veteran of the Year as part of the 9th Annual Veterans The version of above news story was published on California Newswire a publication of Neotrope®. All rights reserved. ]]> SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ - Today, Calif. Assemblymember Patrick Oâ€™Donnell (D-Long Beach) recognized Lieutenant Commander Terry Geiling for his outstanding service in the U.S. Navy and his admirable work on behalf of the local community. Geiling was honored as the 70th Assembly Districtâ€™s 2016 Veteran of the Year as part of the 9th Annual Veterans Recognition ceremony in Sacramento. 2016 Veteran of the Year Geiling served from 1960 to 1975 both at the Long Beach Naval Station as well as the Pearl Harbor Naval Base where he was stationed aboard the USS Bluegill and USS Remora. After leaving active duty, Geiling continued to serve the military honorably as the Commanding Officer of a U.S. Naval Reserve Unit and as a military intelligence manager with IBM. â€œLieutenant Commander Geilingâ€™s accomplishments both on and off the battlefield speak to the strength of his character, tireless work ethic and extraordinary bravery,â€� said Assemblymember Oâ€™Donnell. â€œI am pleased to have this opportunity to acknowledge his countless civic contributions and steadfast commitment to defending our country.â€� Geiling describes some of his most important missions as taking place during his time as President and CEO of the American Gold Star Manor, a senior retirement facility for U.S. veterans and mothers who have lost children in the line of duty. Under his leadership, Geiling helps create a peaceful environment where residents are looked after and cared for daily. Geilingâ€™s dedication to duty also led him to become a founding board member of the Jonas Project, which helps turn veteran-entrepreneurs into high-impact business leaders. In addition, he serves on the local board of Saint Mary Medical Center and is Vice President of the foundation that raised funds to bring a much needed Fisher House to the grounds of the Long Beach VA Hospital. Assemblymember Oâ€™Donnell presented Geiling with an Assembly Resolution for a lifetime of achievements that have cemented his reputation as a visionary business and community leader, philanthropist, family man and proud veteran.