Category: 2018-2019 Staff Spotlight

Staff Spotlight – Kim Story
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Staff Spotlight – Kim Story

By Kim Story, DTM, Club Extension Chair   I grew up in Coppell. As a kid I was involved in dance and gymnastics, but my biggest passions were soccer and debate. I love the outdoors and looked forward to our annual family reunions in Tennessee where we would spend the whole week boating, camping, white...

Staff spotlight – Joyce Trimble
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Staff spotlight – Joyce Trimble

-By Joyce Trimble, Summit Manager I was born and raised in Tyler, Texas….within few years our family moved to Mexia and Nacogdoches where our dad worked in construction.   My sister and I grew up pampered by an uncle, aunt and grandmother.  We “helped” pick watermelons on the family farm which consisted mostly of finding a...

Staff Spotlight – Ninfa Flewitt
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Staff Spotlight – Ninfa Flewitt

By Ninfa Flewitt, 2019 District Conference Chair Ninfa Flewitt has done a little bit of everything and enjoys learning new things. Ninfa joined Toastmasters when her home club, Something to Talk About (Mineral Wells) was chartered in September 2016. Ninfa served as the first President of Something to Talk About and jumped into district leadership...

Staff Spotlight – Rucha Jani
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Staff Spotlight – Rucha Jani

I was born and raised in India; however I came to Texas as fast as I could! In India, I earned Bachelor of Science in Microbiology. After marrying my husband Dan of 25 years, we settled in Texas. I have lived in 3 corners of Texas. South Texas – Port Lavaca, West Texas- Midland and...

Staff Spotlight-Keith Boepple
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Staff Spotlight-Keith Boepple

Life is never a straight line.  The twists and turns life can take, sometimes not of our own choosing or making, are what make life interesting even when it is hard.  God knows that.  For those who believe in Him, and I do, all things work together for good.  I can testify to that fully....

Staff Spotlight – David Himmelstein
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Staff Spotlight – David Himmelstein

Groucho Marx said: “I would never join any organization that would admit someone like me as a member.”   David Himmelstein, District 25 Credentials Chair, felt that way, “…until I walked into a Toastmasters meeting for the first time.”, he adds.  His first time walking into a meeting was in 1993 (he says it took him...

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