Phil George inducted as president of Brattleboro Rotary Club

BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Rotary Club recently inducted Phil George as its 72nd club president for the 2021-22 Rotary year

George, of Brattleboro, is a financial advisor with Edward Jones Investments.

Other Rotary Club members serving as officers: President-Elect Roger Allbee, Secretary Regina Stefanelli, Treasurer Rhonda Calhoun, Vice President Gina Pattison, and Immediate Past President Carl Lynde.

George has been active in the club since 1995, serving on several committees, including the annual Brattleboro Rotary Charity Golf Tournament.

This year's tournament will be on Thursday, Aug. 26, with proceeds benefiting Rotary Gateway Foundation, local youth initiatives, and Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.

As a local financial advisor, George has helped many area families reach their long-term financial goals since 1993.

He has been a regional trainer, mentor, coach, performance leader, and culture of compliance leader for Edward Jones Financial Advisors in Vermont over the past 27 years.

As president, George says he hopes to continue the tradition of providing community service that has an impact in town, as well as supporting the wider Rotary International goals and projects.

George is a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono and earned his MBA from Norwich University. He and his life partner, JoAnn Lemieux, have been together 12 years, and he has three sons and eight grandchildren.

The Brattleboro Rotary Club, founded in 1950, is an active community service club of more than 60 members who engage in community and human service projects, both locally and internationally.

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