Vice President Brandon Gething opened the meeting in Chris's absence at 12:00 pm
Brandon asked for a moment of silence for former Club member, Nick Vlahos who passed away.
Tammy Miller led P&P
 There were 20 Rotarians & 7 students -of -the- month in attendance.
- Brandon introduced the students-of-the-month
- Brandon said that Chris asked for more folks to sign up for Pledge & Prayer.  Please contact Rick McKee to sign up.
PROGRAM: BOB MILLER 20 Years in Rotary

Bob grew up in Littlestown. He went to St Aloysius Grade School, then Littlestown High School, graduating in 1966. From there he went to “The Mount”, Mount Saint Mary’s College in Emmitsburg, MD where he thought he wanted to be a math teacher eventually his earning a degree in Economics. After college Bob joined the National Guard starting at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and then moved on to Fort Knox in Tennessee. Even at that point you could see that Bob had his eye on money. Thanks for your military service Bob. Later, on 9-23-72 Bob married the love of his life, Joan. They have been married for 48 years and have raised a family of 2 sons and 2 daughters and 13 grandkids! Their family now enjoys traveling together, as many as possible, camping and spending time fishing off the family yacht, a pontoon boat that Bob keeps at Lake Marburg.

Bob’s professional CPA career began with the firm Peat Marwick Mitchell in Baltimore, one of what was know as the Big Eight at that time. He then got a little closer to home when he went to work with the Harry Ness CPA firm in York and eventually Hanover. After spending the next few years with other local Hanover CPA firms Bob decided to open his own practice out of his home in 1985. He then built his current office building on Main St in McSherrystown in 1989 and in 1993 he established the firm of Miller, Brown & Associates. Today his firm is known as Miller, Brown, Ohm & Associates. Bob has been eyeing retirement by cutting back over the past few years although he’s proud to say that this coming tax season will be his 50th. Congratulations Bob!

Bob joined Hanover Rotary on Nov. 20, 2000 and since then has held almost every office in the club! Most notably were Club president in 2005-06, Secretary, 2002-04; HOBY Chair, 2007-present; Rotary Foundation Chair 2006-20 and Group Study Exchange Washington tour guide and bus driver for many years and many others.

Thanks for a great presentation Bob. And for all you’ve done for the Hanover Rotary Club in your first 20 years! T