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Frank Presson Installed as Governor
He met his wife Jackie, who grew up in North Carolina, in Washington where she was a contracting officer for NIH. She left NIH when they moved to Los Angeles. Not sitting still, she became a church office manager when they moved to Tucson. Both love to travel. When not visiting their blended family of five children, they are active in service/professional organizations.
Frank joined Rotary in 1996 upon moving to Tucson and rapidly became involved in club projects in Mexico. Building libraries in elementary schools, helping kids get wheel chairs, and supporting several orphanages has inspired him to continue Rotary’s good work. While chairing the District’s first fall conference he was amazed at the variety of projects of the district clubs. As Annual Giving chair, he became aware of just how generous Rotarians were to support humanitarian projects. He is looking forward to helping the District to find more ways to serve.