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Rotary district governor to visit Craig

Craig Daily Press Staff Report
Rotary District 5440 District Governor Ken and Joan Small will be in Craig on Monday. Ken and Joan moved to Jackson, Wyoming in 2009. Ken joined Jackson Hole Rotary Club in the fall of 2009.
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Rotary 5440 District Governor Ken Small will be in Craig Monday, according to a press release.

Ken joined the Rotary Club of Arlington Virginia in 1985. He served as President in 2003-04. He also served Arlington Rotary as vice president, secretary, and at various times the chairman of the Club Service, Vocational, and International committees. He is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Ken has attended Rotary International Conventions in France, Canada, Australia and the USA (with his Dad, PDG Bob Small).

Ken is a registered Industrial Engineer in three jurisdictions. He completed a career in the U.S. Air Force in 1987. During his military career he served tours in Vietnam, England, Germany and Saudi Arabia. His international tours included working with host and allied countries. He returned to national service in 2005 as the Air Force Team Chief for the Base Realignment and Closure Commission. He also returned to the Pentagon to provide temporary assistance to the Air Staff during 2009 and 2011.

Outside of his national service, Ken is an engineering consultant and was an strategic marketing manager for both architect/engineer companies and aerospace companies. His project oriented work includes environmental assessments, development of on-site cogeneration plants, and communications facility development. He holds bachelor and master degrees in engineering and also in business administration and management.

Ken has two sons who live in California and Tennessee and two grandchildren in Tennessee.

Ken and Joan moved to Jackson, Wyoming in 2009. Ken joined Jackson Hole Rotary Club in the fall of 2009.

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