The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke adds five new members.  They are:
Kristi Halvorson
Mollie Hunter
Jack Hunter
Debbie Rue
Marvin Soskil
L to R    Membership Chair, Wendy Guyton inducts Marvin Soskil, Mollie Hunter, Debbie Rue, Kristi Halvorson
Kristi worked in a family land development firm in Portland for 20 years, then had a homebuilding business on the Oregon coast.  She and her husband Steve lived on a farm in Sherwood, OR for the past 30 years where they operated a tree nursery business.  Kristi and Steve have travelled extensively over the years, usually to the 3rd world, and have enjoyed 9 International Rotary conventions.  They bought a house in Sun City Oro Valley a couple years ago and have been snowbirds.  They just sold the Oregon farm and will moving to Oro Valley full time.   Kristi is a long-term Rotarian serving as President, District 5100 District Governor and District Rotary Foundation Chair.  She and her husband have participated in two National Immunization Days for Polio in Ethiopia and India; joined two Rotary Friendship Exchange trips to Croatia and India; and have been on several Rotary project trips to Central America.  They are Major Donors to The Rotary Foundation and Kristi is a Paul Harris Society member.
Debbie has been a member of Rotary for 30 years and enjoys the fellowship and giving back to the community.  She and her husband are both retired veterinarians.  She moved to Fremont, CA after veterinary school at WSU and eventually owned her own practice.  She joined Rotary in 1989 and served as president in ‘94/95.  She and her husband both retired in December of 2020 and moved to SaddleBrooke in January of 2021.  They purchased a home in Montana this summer and plan to be snowbirds.
Prior to retirement and moving to SaddleBrooke Ranch, Jack owned a printing company and Mollie was a software executive who helped organizations scale up their sales efforts.  Mollie was also the COO of the Girl Scouts of Orange County.  Individually and together, they have done disaster relief projects over the years primarily around hurricane damage.  Most recently they were in the Bahamas helping with the rebuilding efforts after hurricane Dorian.
Marvin is the President and Founder of Brett Harrison Jewelry Brokers, Inc. since 1996 and the author of the book “Integrity, When No One’s Looking”.  As a member of the Long Island business community, Marvin served on many boards and committees for Long Island charities including, Ronald McDonald House Advisory Board, Theresa Foundation Golf Committee, Harry Chapin Food Bank, and served as a board member for the National Network of Accountants.  He was president and founder of TGIF Business network, board member of LIBRA network and founding member of the Health and Business Alliance in Queens NY. He served on committees for CCAN, The Arthritis Foundation, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and many more.