Staffeld, Rebman join ranks of Rotary


Staff Report



<p style="text-align: right;">Courtesy photo Ross Staffeld and Charlene Rebman are inducted as the newest members of the Amherst Rotary.

Courtesy photo Ross Staffeld and Charlene Rebman are inducted as the newest members of the Amherst Rotary.


Two new members have been inducted into the Amherst Rotary.

Ross Staffeld of Sliman’s Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram as well as Charlene Rebman of Elmcroft of Lorain Senior Living Community are the clubs’ newest members.

Staffeld, of Lorain, was sponsored by Rotarian Sara Garwood, and looks forward to being an active member. He is a U.S. Army veteran and worked for EMS prior to joining the Sliman’s team.

Rebman was raised in Amherst and now lives in Lorain. She worked at CenturyLink for 28 years before joining the health care industry. She looks forward to serving Rotary through community projects. Rebman was sponsored by Pam Reber-Jones.

Amherst Rotary has 35 members. The club provides scholarships to high school seniors, participates in the annual Salvation Army bell-ringing campaign, volunteers at Amherst Manor, and provides financial support to organizations such as Operation Open Heart, the Lorain County Office on Aging, and Second Harvest Food Bank.

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace.

Courtesy photo Ross Staffeld and Charlene Rebman are inducted as the newest members of the Amherst Rotary.

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Courtesy photo Ross Staffeld and Charlene Rebman are inducted as the newest members of the Amherst Rotary.

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