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The Crown Point Lions Club was organized in September 23, 1943.

 

Crown Point Lions Club - Past Presidents

 

1944 * Russell Nixon
1945 * Ralph Geisen 
1946 * Wm. Troutwine 
1947 * Vernon Sigler    
1948 * Eugene Hurst 
1949 * Clarence Henderlong 
1950 * Jerome Huber 
1951 * Edwin Knight    
1952 * L.E. Laney    
1953 * Maurice Bunnell 
1954   Albert B. Johnson 
1955 * George Neises 
1956 * Randy Handley 
1957 * Fred Coffman 
1958 * Harry McClenthen 
1959 * Homer Roberts
1960 * Max Spencer
1961 * Roy Cruse
1962 * Earl Leets
1963    Russell Mallatt
1964 * Joe Rush
1965 * Melvin Kortum
1966 * Elso Pacific
1967 * Charles Cook
1968 * Russell Paarlberg
1969 * John Miller
1970 * Ralph Schroeter
1971 *Charles Nance
1972 * William Young
1973 * Art O’Hara
1974 *Harold Wente 
1975   Steve Popka
1976 * Al Minix
1977 * Robert McLeod
1978 * Bob Wright
1979* Robert J. Sloan
1980 * David Rhodes
1981 * Bill Mengel
1982 *  Bob Turner
1983    David Springman
 
1984 * Larry Freelove
1985    Tom Trulley
1986 *  Vern Mees
1987 *  Ron Kerbs
1988    Jim Donovan
1989 * Mike Seleski
1990    Bill Cox
1991    Tom Daly
1992    Bob Vanek
1993    Chuck Westerhout
1994     Ed Schiesser
1995     Paul Bremer
1996    Harry Schell
1997  * Jeff Martin
1998    Greg Wirtz
1999    Don Greening
2000    Dick Souther
2001    Jim Wirtz
2002    Dean Niepokoj
2003    Ron Gang
2004    Tim Fealy
2005    Lisa Anderson
2006   * Gail Replin
2007   Donna Worst
2008    Kevin Knaga
2009    Yvonne Mees
2010    Alex Kleemann
2011    Ed Schiesser
2012    Chuck Wirtz
2013     Paul Bremer
2014     Bob Vanek
2015     Chuck McKean
2016     Tim Fealy
2017     Rich Day
2018     Greg Fabian
2019     Dan Klein
2020     Jack Zenere
2021     Joe Beckman
 
 
 
* Deceased Members
   

 

 

Melvin Jones Fellowship

LCIF’s highest honor, the Melvin Jones Fellowship (MJF) recognizes a person’s commitment to humanitarian service. An MJF is presented to those who give US$1,000 to LCIF or to a person for whom a donation was made by others. Melvin Jones Fellows receive a lapel pin and a plaque. Their name also is entered on a computer database accessible to visitors at International Headquarters.

1989 - *Al Minix
1991 - *Vern Mees
1993 - *Ronald Kerbs, Sr
1993 - *Robert Turner
1996 - Robert Vanek
1998 - *Sandy Mathena
1998 - Greg Wirtz
2000 - Yvonn Mees
2002 - Edward Schiesser
2003 - *Michael Seleski
2006 - Donald Greening
2008 - *Joan Sherrington
2009 - Ron Gang
2014 - Chuck Westerhout
2016 - Donna Worst
2019 - Kate Webster
 
Progressive Melvin Jones Fellowships
 
The Progressive Melvin Jones Fellowship (PMJF) program recognizes people who donate US$1,000 or more or in whose name a donation was made beyond the initial Melvin Jones Fellowship of US$1,000. A Melvin Jones Fellow who donates US$1,000 receives a one-diamond yellow gold lapel pin.

2007 - Yvonne Mees


W.P. Woods Fellow

The W.P. Woods award was established at the April 22, 1995 meeting of the Full Board of Trustees of the Lions Indiana Trust Fund (later changed to the Indiana Lions Foundation, Inc.). This award was established to honor the first president of Lions International W.P. Woods who was an Indiana Lion from Evansville. The Award is a way that Indiana Lions may honor their dedicated Lions with a Hoosier Lion Award.

1998 - *Vern Mees
2003 - Yvonne Mees
2008 - Paul Bremer
2010 - Chuck Wirtz
2015 - Vicky Klein
2016 - Ron Gang
2019 - Greg Wirtz
 
Progressive W. P. Woods Fellow
 
2007 - *Vern Mees
2010 - Yvonne Mees

* Deceased

 

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