September’s Rotarian of the month, David Mork, is sort of an undercover guy with a strong voice. That is to say, he quietly volunteers to work wherever needed in his own quiet way. David is presently capturing our club’s history from the perspective of our long-term members. This is particularly important because many of our early members are no longer able to be active in our community. In doing so, David is documenting what being a Rotary member has meant to these people. He has already interviewed about 18 members and plans to interview another 25 more. He has spent many hours planning, organizing and interviewing to make this project a lasting tribute to our early members, our club and Rotary as a whole. At present these interviews are accessible through our Sun Lakes Rotary website. The whole project will eventually be accessible to all on the internet.
David came to us from Minnesota. He is a past member of the Woodbury, Minnesota Rotary Club where he was a member for 12 years. He also served in the Phoenix 100 Rotary Club for six years, serving as President, District Chair and District Treasurer. He joined the Sun Lakes Rotary Club in 2005 and was a Board member 2007-2008. He is also a multiple Paul Harris Fellow.
David runs his own business, CIRA, CTP ArizSota Business Consulting Company known for its “turnaround management” style. He is a member of the Episcopal Church. He served in the U.S. Army 1960-1963. He is married to his wife Sandy and they have two children. Our thanks go to David for his great service and the positive and energy he brings to our club meetings on a weekly basis.
For more information about joining Sun Lakes Rotary contact Membership Chair Charles Loew at 602-721-6380.