Bonnie Pendleton - District 5730
Tim Eaton - District 5770
Roger Paschal - District 5790
John Moser - District 5810
Jack Welge - District 5830
Xavier Toson - District 5840
Rick Stacy - District 5870
Scott Rainey - District 5890
Becky Mason - District 5910
Eddie Bartnesky - District 5930
Bonnie Pendleton, Phd.

District 5730
Bonnie Pendleton joined Rotary in 2000 when she became Professor of Pest Management in Agriculture at West Texas A&M University in Canyon.  Dr. Pendleton teaches pest management and researches ways to manage insect pests of field crops, especially sorghum in the US and Africa. 
Bonnie grew up in Tehama County, northern California.  Her B.A. was in Biology and M.A. in Anthropology from California State University, Chico where she met Mike, her husband of 39 years.  Their Ph.D. degrees are from Texas A&M University.  

Bonnie annually serves 50 organizations including as Editor of Southwestern Entomologist, 4-H Entomology leader, and Board member for Salvation Army and Canyon Area Library.  She founded and advised the WTAMU Rotaract Club since 2003.  Bonnie was Centennial President, Board member, and pianist of Canyon Rotary Club. 
She is a Paul Harris Society charter member.  

Tim Eaton

District 5770
A native of Joplin, Missouri Timothy has been married to Marthajane since 1973; they have three grown daughters: Tara, Leah, and Hope; plus, eight grandchildren. As an ordained minister Tim has spoken or taught in over 35 states and several foreign countries.
Tim is a long time Rotarian with the Moore Oklahoma Rotary Club. Partnered with Moore Rotary Club to establish Randall University Rotaract Club in January of 2004 with current Moore Rotary President, Frances Wade. Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member since 2006. Paul Harris Fellow Plus (2008 & 2016). Plaza Towers Elementary Memorial Entrance to honor the seven children lost in the 2013 Moore Tornado, Fundraising Committee on behalf of Moore Rotary (2014). Bequest Society (2017). Disaster Recovery Liaison for the Moore Rotary Club since 2013. In this capacity Tim serves as Chair of the Unmet Needs Subcommittee for the Long-term Area Recovery Committee (LARC) of Central Oklahoma with focus on relief and recovery for families affected by tornadoes or other disasters. The ultimate goal is to create a more resilient community and that stands ready for an effective response to any future disasters.
Academic Background: Ph.D., University of Oklahoma; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; M.A., Randall University; and Th.B., Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College. Postdoctoral Studies at Harvard University, Harvard Institutes of Higher Education.
Dr. Eaton, a Native American, currently serves as Chancellor of Randall University, after almost 16. Years as President. Dr. Eaton is currently serving the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) as its President, which is an accrediting association that is authorized by the US Department of Education as a USDE Title IV gatekeeper. Tim the Treasurer and Executive Committee Member for the Council of Presidents with the Oklahoma Independent Colleges and Universities. He has served as a faculty member, plus various administrative position in Higher Education for over 33 years. His expertise in research is reflected in his book: “Path to the Professoriate: For High-achieving, First-generation College Students.”
Roger Paschal

District 5790

Roger is in his 30th year as a Rotarian, joining the Rotary Club Fort Worth Horizon in 1989 in District 5790 as a Chartered Member, the club later changed it’s name when it changed from a Breakfast Club into a Lunch Club (Rotary Club Fort Worth International) which took on the Rotary International Pilot Club project and reported back to RI on the success with different meeting places, times and frequency.

Roger was President of his Club in 1995-96 and again in 2008-09, Roger has been very active in his Club and his District 5790, 3 years ago Roger joined the Districts Visions team working with other clubs in the district to build their clubs future vision plan. He was the District Assistant Governor for the 7 Fort Worth Clubs for 3 years. Roger has also been involved in his districts RYLA summer camp and has been a counselor since 2012.
Rogers family is very involved in Rotary, his wife Linda Jean Paschal who was President of their Rotary club in 2013-14 and is also a member of the districts Visions program and their daughter Amanda Froebe was President of her Rotary Club in Lindale Texas (in District 5380) in 2016-17  and his son in law Todd Froebe was President  in 2018-19 also of the Lindale Texas Rotary Club.

Roger has been involved with several Rotary district and international matching grant projects in his club, from building a dam in the Philippines, providing a generator and medical supplies to a hospital in Nigeria, drilling water wells in in Ghana to the first reverse matching international grant in the United States with funding and building a community garden on the East side of Fort Worth partnering with a Rotary Club from Japan, his Club even rehabbed a Home in Fort Worth and raffled it off to a family in need partnering with the Fort Worth Housing Authority.
Roger was raised on a 4,000 + acre Cattle Ranch in North Central Texas right off the Brazos river overlooking the Chisholm Trail.
Rogers goal of becoming a large animal vet was side lined when he and his brother founded an Auto Parts Manufacturing and Distribution company in Fort Worth Texas 1980 and soon had 5 locations in 4 States.

Roger and Linda Jean have also owned a large Antique and Gift store and Tea Room in North Richland Hills Texas and are now Realtors and Real Estate investors in the DFW and Tyler area.

Roger also does Real Estate training and mentoring in the marketing field to other Realtors, and Mortgage professionals, he has a company that trains and mentors Real Estate Investors.

Roger is a trained improv actor who has performed on stage, murder mystery dinner theaters, and has appeared in TV shows and main stream Movies. Roger has been on the Boards of several North Texas Charities over the years.

Roger and Linda Jean have 2 children and 5 grandchildren.
John Moser

District 5810
John Moser was born in Fort Worth, Texas in 1946.  He attended Texas Christian University, and graduated with honors from The University of Texas at Arlington.  He and Trudy have been happily married for 53 years.  They have two children and four grandchildren.
John joined American Airlines in 1966 and over a long career held several management positions with the carrier.  After retiring from AA, he joined Sprint Telecommunications, working in their outsourcing division.
John joined the Rotary Club of Frisco (Texas) in 1988.  In that same year, he traveled to India for a National Immunization Day.  That trip changed his view of Rotary and has since worked to promote the role of The Rotary Foundation whenever possible.  In 1989, he chartered the Rotary Club of Prosper.  He was President of the Frisco Club in 2012-2013.  In 2015, John joined the Rotary Club of Allen Sunrise.
John has held several positions within District 5810 including Assistant Governor, District Grants Chair, Foundation Chair, and more.  He is a charter member of the Paul Harris Society, and a major donor.  He was selected to be the District 5810 Rotarian Of The Year in 2018-2019.
In addition to his Rotary service, John has been active in a number of other civic organizations.  He is a member of the Presbyterian Church, a Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner.  Trudy and John enjoy traveling, golf and meeting with all their Rotary friends.
Jack Welge

District 5830

Jack Welge is a native Texan and lawyer in practice for 41 years and a past Chair of the Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.  Jack is admitted to practice before the Federal Courts of the Eastern and Northern Districts of Texas, the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, and the United States Supreme Court.  He is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Jack is a panel member of the Airplane Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Legal Services Panel, and holds Life Memberships in both the AOPA and Experimental Aviation Association (EAA). The primary concentration of his practice currently is representing Airmen.

Jack is a past President of the Rotary Club of Longview with 40 consecutive years perfect attendance, and is currently District Governor Elect for Rotary International District 5830.  He serves as South Central Chair of the International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians (IFFR) and Chair of the IFFR Safety Committee. He is a Major Donor to the Rotary Foundation.

Jack serves as a Vestry (Board) Member for Trinity Episcopal Church Longview where he and his family have attended since 1977, and is a past Member of the Board of Trustees of Trinity School of Texas.  He served first as Board Member, then as Counsel for the East Texas Association For Abused Families (1983-90), now the Women’s and Children’s Center of East Texas, and served as a Co-chair of the Professional Division of Gregg County United Way (1996-97).

He and his wife of 41 years, Ava, reside in Longview, have two successful grown daughters, and a Border Collie and Vizsla.
Xavier Toson

District 5840

Over the last 15 years, Xavier Toson has honed his skills as a versatile Information Technology, Business, and Marketing professional. He is the founder and CEO of Stash Media Group, LLC, a digital marketing agency based in San Antonio, Texas.  The company specializes in creating strategic and tactical marketing plans, messaging platforms, website design and development, search engine optimization and marketing, social media management, branding, advertising, direct and email marketing, advanced analytics, and paid advertisement.

Prior to starting his own agency, he was enlisted in the United States Air Force before retiring in 2013. He has an MBA in marketing and an undergraduate degree in Information Technology.

As an exceptional communicator with proven skill, Xavier has worked with people across different cultures, abilities, and perspectives.  He is the Chairman of the African American Chamber of Commerce of San Antonio, member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the NAACP San Antonio Branch, an Alumni of the FBI Citizen’s Academy and Founding Board Member for the San Antonio Preparatory Charter School.

Xavier’s awards include but are not inclusive to, being named the 2018 Top “40 Under 40” for the San Antonio Business Journal, Small Business Leader Award presented by the UTSA SBDC, Rotary - District 5840 Service Above Self Award and the PACOM Airman of the Year.

A Rotarian since 2010, Xavier has served as Assistant Governor, President, Director, District Webmaster, and on many other committees within District 5840.  He has a passion for helping the under-served, growing local economies and is motivated by the idea of helping to make the world a better place.

Xavier and his wife, Whitni, also a Past President of the Rotary Club of Alamo Ranch, are proud parents of their son Julian Saint Toson.  Both Xavier and Whitni are active members of the local community and enjoy spending their free time traveling, socializing with family and friends and giving back to the community through volunteer service.
Rick Stacy
District 5870

Rick joined Rotary in 1999 in Thibodaux, Louisiana with Club 2635 in District 6200. After relocating, he moved to the Hill Country and joined the Rotary Club of Marble Falls in 2008.
From that time until now, Rick has held numerous leadership positions in Rotary.  These positions are as follow:  Club Service Chair, 2008–09; Club Membership Chair, 2010; Club President, 2011; Club Executive Secretary, 2012; Club Fundraising Chair, 2013; District Awards Chair, 2013; Assistant District Governor (four terms) and; District Trainer, 2018.
He was club Rotarian of Year 2012 and was named to the District 5870 Roll of Fame in 2015. He has had perfect attendance since 2009. Rick is a Major Donor, White Hat Society member, Paul Harris Society member, and a Benefactor.
Rick earned the Eagle Scout Award in 1969 and was very active in the Order of the Arrow as a Brotherhood member. His son earned his Eagle Scout Award in 1995.
He graduated from Texas A&I University (now Texas A&M at Kingsville) in 1973 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.  A year later, began a 35-year career with Deere & Company (John Deere), retiring in 2009.
Rick and family were transferred nine times while at Deere & Company always having assignments that involved frequent travel, it was not always easy to have a life outside of work, but he is proud of many years of involvement in his two children’s life – serving as baseball coach, football coach, soccer coach; Cub Master, Scout Master, Athletic Booster Club President (Eldridge, IA) and Band Booster Club President (Coppell, TX).
He is a Charter member of the Cherry Creek Optimist Club of South Austin (1978), served on the Texas Tech University Advisory Council with the Agricultural Education Department from 1987 until 1989, served on the Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board from 2000 – 2001, and was on the Board of Directors for the Highland Lakes Boys & Girls Club.  He is presently a member of the City of Marble Falls Impact Fee Advisory Committee.  Rick has also held several different positions in a 30 year involvement with seven United Methodist Churches and has been a ruling Elder and Church Treasurer in the Presbyterian Church here in Marble Falls.
Rick and Susan have been married 44 years. They have two married children who have blessed them with four grandchildren.  
Scott Rainey
District 5890
Scott Rainey was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  He attended the University of Oklahoma and is a proud Sooner!  Scott is married to Martha Bowles, who he met in church in Clear Lake, TX.  Scott has a daughter Taylor McConnell who has blessed him with three granddaughters Parker Anne, Charlie Mae, and Mason Rayne.  Scott’s Step-Son Chase Cusack lives in New York City.  Scott and Martha have three dogs, Desmond, Sophie Ann, and Macie, all Yorkies.
Scott started in the oil and gas business as a Landman in the early 1980’s.  When the oil crash of the mid ‘80’s occurred Scott transitioned into the chemical and environmental business.  He moved to Houston in 1990 to work full time in the environmental business doing hazardous waste disposal, and in plant work including tank cleaning.  Scott was a part of a startup environmental company that was sold in the late 90’s.  He then started his current company, Hydrocarbon Resource Recovery, which trades petrochemicals and fuel products.
Scott is involved in several charitable organizations including Space Center Rotary where he has served in several capacities.  He was Club President in 2015-15 and was honored as the Large Club President of the Year.  He was an Assistant Governor in 2016-17 & 2017-18, and AG of the Year 2016-17.  He was selected to be District Governor for the year 2020-21.  Scott is a Major Donor and member of the White Hat Society.
He is a member, and on the Church Council of Gateway Community Church, and he is also a past member on the board of the Clear Creek Education Foundation, where again he has served in serval capacities.
Scott’s passions include His Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, his family, and Sooner football.

Becky Mason

District 5910

Becky Mason has been a member of the Rotary Club of Beaumont since her husband Chuck became president in 2000 and convinced her to join the club.

A graduate of Lamar University with a degree in elementary education, her career began by teaching first grade. While she took a break from paid work to raise their children, she was heavily involved in their schools and many community organizations.

When Becky resumed her paid career, she focused on education in a different arena - construction safety and training - for the family business.  Mason Construction Ltd., along with other companies working in the petrochemical industry, was experiencing a new emphasis on health and safety.  Becky’s education background was extremely helpful as she developed an award-winning safety and training program for Mason’s employees.  She retired from Mason Construction in 2012 as her year as Centennial President of the Beaumont Rotary Club was beginning and grandchildren began arriving in the family.

Becky’s commitment to the community has spanned decades. ,A few of the organizations she has led include Junior League, Young Audiences, Symphony League, Symphony of Southeast Texas Board of Trustees, and the Rotary Club of Beaumont during its centennial year.  Building a barrier-free playground as the club’s centennial gift to the families of Southeast Texas was a highlight of her year as president.

Becky and Chuck are both graduates of Lamar University in Beaumont and have supported the university through service on the Alumni Board, the Lamar University Foundation, and The School of Fine Arts and Communications.  In 2017, Becky and Chuck each individually received the award of Outstanding Alumni.  They were the first couple to ever receive this award.

Becky enjoys Rotary at all levels…club, district, zone, and international.  She served as Chuck’s Chief of Staff during his governor year, assistant governor for three years, District Trainer for 2018-19, and will be Governor in 2020-21.  On the Zone level, she produced promotional emails for several Zone Institutes.

Becky and Chuck agree that Rotary has enriched their lives through lasting friendships, the opportunity to collaborate with others to improve our community and our world, and the joy of sharing the spirit of service above self with like minded people.

In 2017, Becky and Chuck’s ongoing support of The Rotary Foundation earned their induction into Rotary’s esteemed Arch Klumph Society.
Eddie Bartnesky

District 5930

Eddie Bartnesky, Jr. is a proud member of the Rotary Club of Harlingen and has over 29 years of perfect attendance.  He served as Club President in the Rotary Year 2000-2001.  Previous to that, held the offices of Club Secretary, Sergeant of Arms, Club Director and Club Bulletin Editor for 11 years.  His Club recognitions include “Ray Cocozza Service Above Self Award (Rotarian of the Year), and Two Time Vocational Service Award.  He contributes to the fundraising efforts of the club by serving as President of the Rotary Shrimp Fest of South Texas for the past 4 years.  Eddie currently serves at the District level, having served as Assistant Governor Area 8 for 4 years, District Grants Sub-Committee Chairman since 2015, District Disaster Preparedness  Committee,  Rotary Disaster Aid USA committee member, graduate of Rotary Leadership Institute  and will serve as District Governor in the Rotary Year 2020-2021.

Eddie is an avid supporter of the Rotary Foundation.  He is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Bequest Society Member, Paul Harris Society and Sustaining Member.
Eddie is the President/CEO of  Connelly & Bartnesky Insurance Agency in Harlingen, TX having recently celebrating 31 years of service to the Rio Grande Valley area of Texas.  He is a graduate of Harlingen High School, received his BBA in Accounting from Pan American University in Edinburg, TX. And is a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC).  He is a member of First United Methodist Church, having served various leadership positions including Finance Chairman and Trustee Chairman.
Eddie is married to his high school sweetheart, Sue, for 40 years.  They are blessed with 3 successful children, Jennifer (Graham), Christopher (Emily) and Steven (Leslie).  They are also blessed with 4 wonderful grandchildren, Ellie, Kyler, Keaton and Cole.

Eddie joined Rotary because he wanted to meet people in the community and make business connections.  He stayed in Rotary because Rotarians are like family and he enjoys giving of his time with fellow Rotarians to make the community a better place.