DISTRICT GOVERNOR 2021-2022
DISTRICT 5020 GOVERNOR 2021-2022
Lorna has been a Rotarian since 1997. She has been a club president, secretary, membership chair and the event chair for many fundraisers. She has been district, secretary, youth policy coordinator, Rotary Foundation Fundraiser and an AG. She brought 10 Rotary Clubs together in Victoria to raise a half a million dollars to support the Food Rescue Project (getting perishable food items from grocery stores gleaned and cleaned, then distributed to vulnerable populations in the community).
Lorna’s education background is in Public Administration. She spent 37 years working in municipal government, 31 of these years was in Parks and Recreation finishing her career as the Director of Oak Bay Parks and Recreation Department in Victoria, British Columbia.
Lorna was a single mom, solely raising her sons from the age of 7 and 10. She is most proud of the men her sons have become, one is a Professor at Stanford University and the other is an Electrician. Lorna loves to spend time with her two granddaughters 6 and 9 years of age who live in San Francisco.
Since retirement she has travelled extensively around the world embracing many adventures throughout her travels. She enjoys old movies, loves to cook, garden and entertain.
“As we look into the future, Leaders will be those that empower others.” – Bill Gates
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T. Dale Roberts – District Governor 2022-2023
Dale Roberts is probably best known as the husband of Past District Governor Maureen (Mo) Fritz-Roberts.
Many people are surprised to learn that Dale was actually a Rotarian before Mo joined Rotary. Dale was invited to join the Rotary Club of Fairview, Alberta in January 1977. He later joined the Rotary Club of Comox in 1992 and is a charter member of the Rotary Club of Comox Valley.
Dale and Mo have been partners in business and service for almost as long as they have been married.
Mo is currently the manager of their office, which specializes in estate planning and real estate transfers. They previously worked together in insurance, income tax and newspapers. When Dale was president of the Comox Rotary Club, Mo was president of another service club at the same time, and the two clubs partnered on a park project.
It is partnerships that make Rotary effective in Dale’s opinion. Rotarians partner with their communities to make them better places to lie. Rotarians partner with other Rotarians to deliver essential services throughout the world. Rotarians have partnered with NGOs to eradicate disease, create peace and provide clean water.
Terry (Dale) Roberts acquired the nickname “Batman” during his year as chief of staff to District Governor Mo. Dale is sometimes also known as TD. That’s a lot of names. Dale doesn’t really care what you call him. He does care about Rotary and especially the Rotary Foundation.
Dale and Mo are major donors to the Rotary Foundation, members of the Paul Harris Society, members of the Polio Plus Society and they have decided to provide for the Rotary Foundation in their will to the same extent as one of their children. Dale and Mo live in the Comox Valley in close proximity to all five of their grandchildren.
Caleb Summerfelt – District Governor 2023-2024
|Assistant Governor Area 10|
Area 10 Clubs: Campbell River Daybreak, Campbell River Noon, Port Hardy, Port McNeill
|Assistant Governor Area 20|
Area 20 Clubs: Comox, Comox Valley Courtenay, Courtenay, Cumberland Centennial, Strathcona Sunrise-Courtenay
|Assistant Governor Area 30|
Area 30 Clubs: Parksville, Port Alberni, Port Alberni - Arrowsmith, Qualicum Beach, Qualicum Beach Sunrise, Ucluelet
|Assistant Governor Area 40|
Club: Nanaimo Daybreak
Area 40 Clubs: Lantzville, Nanaimo, Nanaimo Daybreak, Nanaimo North, Nanaimo Oceanside, Nanaimo Rotaract
|Assistant Governor Area 50|
Nora K. Dowsett
Area 50 Clubs: Chemainus, Duncan, Duncan Daybreak, Ladysmith, Salt Spring Island Ganges, Shawnigan Lake EcoClub, South Cowichan (Mill Bay)
|Assistant Governor Area 60|
Club: Oak Bay, Victoria
Area 60 Clubs: Oak Bay (Victoria), Saanich, Sooke, Victoria, Victoria Rotaract, West Shore (Victoria)
|Assistant Governor Area 70|
Area 70 Clubs: Brentwood Bay, Downtown Victoria , Sidney, Sidney By The Sea, Victoria-Harbourside
|Assistant Governor Area 80|
Club: Port Angeles Noon Club
Area 80 Clubs: East Jefferson County, Port Angeles (Norwester), Port Angeles Noon Club, Port Townsend, Port Townsend-Sunrise, Sequim Noon, Sequim Sunrise
|Assistant Governor Area 90|
Alisha Breane Martinez
Club: Kingston-North Kitsap
Area 90 Clubs: Bainbridge Island, Crossroads of Kitsap County, Kingston-North Kitsap, Passport Club of Pierce County, Poulsbo, Silverdale
|Assistant Governor Area 100|
David J. White
Club: East Bremerton
Area 100 Clubs: Bremerton, East Bremerton, North Mason County, Port Orchard, South Kitsap
|Assistant Governor Area 110|
Club: Gig Harbor
Area 110 Clubs: Gig Harbor, Gig Harbor Mid-Day, Gig Harbor North
|Assistant Governor Area 115|
Club: Passport Club of Pierce County
Area 115 Clubs: Clover Park, Lakewood, Tacoma South
|Assistant Governor Area 120|
Karissa Kay Thompson
Area 120 Clubs: Bonney Lake - Tehaleh , Graham-Frederickson-Eatonville, Parkland-Spanaway, Puyallup, Puyallup South Hill, Sumner
|Assistant Governor Area 125|
Linda Kaye Briggs
Club: Tacoma 8
Area 125 Clubs: Tacoma, Tacoma North, Tacoma Sunrise, Tacoma Sunset, University Place-Fircrest
|Assistant Governor Area 130|
Len Charles Faucher Jr.
Club: Gateway-Thurston County
Area 130 Clubs: Gateway - Thurston County, Hawks Prairie-Lacey, Lacey, Yelm Rotary
|Assistant Governor Area 140|
Club: Olympia Capital Centennial
Area 140 Clubs: E-Club 5020, Olympia, Olympia Capital, South Puget Sound-Olympia, Tumwater, West Olympia
|Assistant Governor Area 150|
Club: Shelton Skookum
Area 150 Clubs: Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Salish Sea Rotary, Shelton, Shelton Skookum
|Assistant Governor Area 160|
Anil K Puri
Club: Twin Cities (Centralia-Chehalis)
Area 160 Clubs: Centralia, Chehalis, Kelso, Longview, Longview-Early Edition, Twin Cities (Centralia-Chehalis), Woodland