IOWA LIONS DISTRICT 9SE
9SE DG Deb Doty
DG Debbie Doty joined Lions Clubs in 2009 as a Charter Member of the Oskaloosa Lions Club. The Oskaloosa Club officially chartered on April 28, 2010, with Debbie Doty as president. Debbie served as club president, club membership chair, zone chair, district Alert chair and vice district governor. She is a graduate of the Great Plains Lions Leadership Institute and the Advanced Lions Leadership Institute. In recognition of her service to the International Association of Lions Clubs, DG Debbie has received numerous awards, including four International Presidentís Certificates of Appreciation, the International Presidentís Leadership Medal, and a Warren Coleman Honorary Award for dedicated service in Lionism.
In addition to service to Lions, DG Debbie is a member of the Mahaska County Historical Society, the Oskaloosa Eagles Auxiliary and is very active in Bethel Baptist Church in Okaloosa, where she sings in the choir and teaches Sunday school.
DG Debbie and her husband of 22 years, Lion John Doty, reside in University Park, Iowa, and operate their own business in Oskaloosa, Iowa, where they sell and repair computers and do commercial printing. They have three grown children and 14 grandchildren, all living in Texas.
DG Debbieís partner-in-service is Lion Leslie Nuehring, who is also a charter member of the Oskaloosa Lions Club. Lion Leslie is secretary of the Oskaloosa Lions Club and district KidSight chair.
My pin is an angel, representing my love of angels, Godís messengers and protectors. Youíll notice my pin represents Lions, Lioness and Leo clubs in the district, along with three Lions projects that are very dear to my heart: The Leader Dog puppy program, Iowa KidSight and the Reading Action Program. The scripture reference to Hebrews 13:2 reminds us that in serving people, we may just be helping angels in disguise
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