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Fanwood-Scotch Plains Rotary Welcomes New Members

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The Rotary Club of Fanwood-Scotch Plains is pleased to introduce the following new members:  Walter Bonilla, Donna D’Annunzio, David LaBush, Eileen Moritz-Spitler, and Wayne Zuhl.

Walter Bonilla is the Directory of Marketing at Title Masters LLC in Westfield, and is a resident of Westfield.  He enjoys various hobbies including canoeing, kayaking, hiking and woodworking.

A life-long Scotch Plains resident, Donna D’Annunzio joined the Rotary as a “way of giving back to the community.”  Donna says, “I love to volunteer and look forward to meeting the members on a weekly basis.”

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David Labush is an active member of the local community, lending his time to volunteer to scouting, little league, and interviewing kids for college.  He has been resident in the area for approximately eight years and is currently a Residential and Commercial Realtor for Coldwell Banker in Westfield. According to David, “I truly enjoy helping people and my community and found that the Fanwood Scotch Plains Rotary Club is a perfect match for me.”

Eileen Spitler is the branch manager of Two River Community Bank in Fanwood. Her career spans 30 years in various positions within the financial services industry.  She resides in Westfield with her husband Jim, daughter, Christine and dog, Dixie.  Eileen says, “I am excited to be part of Rotary as it offers fellowship, service and networking with local area residents, businesses, and other community service organizations, and provides an opportunity to have a positive impact in our community.”    

Wayne Zuhl is a Residential Real Estate Broker for Hallmark Realtors in Clark.  He is currently ranked as the number one top listing real estate broker in Union County.  Wayne is the founder and the President of the Business Network International in Clark (BNI Synapse). 

Rotary International is comprised of citizens from various disciplines who volunteer their time and talent to make a positive difference both locally and internationally. The organization’s motto is “service above thy self” and in doing so, Rotarians strive to improve the conditions of humanity. There are more than 34,000 clubs world-wide with 1.2 million members.

For more information about Rotary or if interested in becoming a Rotarian, please visit the website: fsprotary.org.

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