2 local lawyers named officer, director for Kiwanis Club of Jackson

The Kiwanis Club of Jackson has announced its Board of Directors for 2011-2012. The officers are:

--President - Therese Hesslau, business banking relationship specialist at Fifth Third Bank;

--President-Elect - Adam Howard, attorney, Law Office of Adam E. Howard;

--Vice President - Glenn Pasco, retired accountant, Consumers Energy;

--Secretary - Joseph Wolfe, president of The Protection Center, Inc.;

--Treasurer - Andrew Johnson, controller of RLJ Enterprises;

--Immediate Past President - Robert Johnson, owner of 5 Leprechauns, LLC.

The club's directors are:

--Caroline Brown, Retired Secretary, Consumers Energy;

--Elinore Currier, retired LPN;

--Richard Mills, attorney, Law Office of Richard C. Mills, PLC;

--Connie Murray, owner of C&M Absolute Cleaning;

--Beth Philo, storyteller;

--Mary Anne Riley, realtor for Edward Surovell Realtors;

--Calvin Schuch, retired project manager, Consumers Energy.

Additionally, Kiwanis Past President Richard Hitch, was elected lieutenant governor of Division 11 for the Michigan District for a second term.

The Kiwanis Club of Jackson, established in 1918, is nearly 90 volunteers strong and is focused on "changing the world one child and one community at a time."

"This year's theme is Vision + Involvement = Progress," a spokesperson said.

Published: Mon, Oct 10, 2011

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