Lion Scott McMurrain is a member of the Staunton Lions Club. He served as club President (2 terms), secretary, and treasurer. He has served on the board of director since 2011. Lion Scott has also served District 24-C as Zone Chair, 2nd Vice District governor, and is currently serving as First Vice District Governor. He attended the Regional Lions Leadership Institute, and has served on various boards and committees over the years. He published his club’s newsletter for several years, and is currently heading up design team for our new Lions of Virginia Website.
While serving as Vice District Governor, Lion Scott has visited almost every club in District 24-C and attended the Fall Conferences for every district in Virginia last year. He has enjoyed meeting Lions throughout Virginia. He has owned and operated a software development company that services the restaurant delivery industry since 1992. In addition to being a software developer, Lion Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas (Dallas) and a law degree (J.D.) from Southern Methodist University. He is a member of the Texas State bar.
Lion Scott was born and raised in Florida, and lived in Texas for 11 years before moving to Virginia in 2011. He is the father of two great kids: Tyler is 7 and is finishing the first grade. Sydney is 6 and is in Kindergarten. They live in Fishersville, and are active members of Olivet Presbyterian Church.
Lion Scott is active in the community and serves on the Citizen’s Advisory Board for Delegate Steve Landes, serves as Treasurer for Cub Scout Pack 346 in Fishersville, and is a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. When he was in Florida, he was a volunteer for the Sheriff’s Department and was a member of the Kiwanis club.
Lion Glen joined the Alexandria Asian American Lions Club in 2006. He has served in a number of key leadership positions including: advisor to the president, secretary, and president. At the District level, he has served as a zone chair for two years, district chair for the USA-Canada Lions Leadership Forum, and Global Leadership Team – District education chair. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow, a Certified Guiding Lion, a graduate of the Regional Lions Leadership Institute. He holds a Bachelors degree from Lions University and recently completed his Masters course work from Lions University.
In addition to his club leadership positions, Lion Glen has accomplished detailed planning for three medical missions to the Philippines.
Lion Glen is a retired United States Air Force lieutenant colonel and continues to serve as an independent consultant for the Department of the Navy. His USAF assignments included acquisition of space launch vehicle avionics systems for the USAF and NASA, nuclear test ban treaty monitoring systems, advanced aircraft avionics, and defense acquisition policy. In his capacity as a systems engineer and acquisition analyst, he has supported analyses of major defense programs such as the Marine One Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program, Joint Tactical Radio System, Joint Strike Fighter, DoD Biometrics, Naval Special Warfare, and Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare.
Lion Glen is a distinguished graduate of the University of Louisiana - Lafayette with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology with specialization in Computer Engineering and Digital Control Systems. He is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is a co-inventor of a U.S. patent on computer and communications technology. He is married to Lion Nenita "Nanette" Yu.
Thomas Kenavan was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the
Son and Grandson of Lions as well as the Knights of Columbus.
He learned from the needs of others and service early in life from them. Tom is married to PDG Sally Kenavan, a retired Prince William County Public School Administrator. They live in Aquia
Harbour in Stafford, VA. Together they have 5 wonderful married children, living in 5 different states, with 14 Grandchildren and 4 Great-grandchildren.
Upon Graduating from Alexander Hamilton High School he entered the United States military where he spent forty-eight years serving our Country, first in the Army and Air Force where he retired after twenty-four years, only to accept a position in the U.S. Army as a U.S. Army Civilian, where he spent another twenty-four years rising to the rank of GM/GS-15 before finally retiring from government service. After a bit of retirement went by, growing restless from inactivity he joined the Aquia Harbour Host Lions Club in March of 1992.
Lion Tom has served on his club's Board of Directors since 2003, and served two terms as club President. He has served on his club's membership committee, and was his club’s Newsletter Editor, reporter, writer, photographer, and publisher for eight years.
At the District level, he served as Zone Chairperson, and received the Four Star Zone Chair award for his service in completing all the goals in each of the quarters of the year.
Lion Tom is as Certified Guiding Lion Certificate, and served as the GLT (Global Leadership-Team), GMT (Global Membership Team), and is the Vice President of the Lions Hearing-Aid Bank Foundation.
In addition, Lion Tom is a graduate of the Regional Lions Leadership Institute, the Advanced Lions Leadership Institute, and he completed the District Secretary course in 2014. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow.
Lion Wilma joined the Greater Falls Run Lions Club in 2006 after retiring from private industry. In 2007 Lion Wilma was elected Club Secretary and re-elected for two additional years. She also served as Vice President, President, Membership Chair, Visitation Chair, Awards Committee co-chair, Nominating Committee co-chair and Assistant Leo Advisor. Lion Wilma has been a member of numerous committees and serves as a Director on the Board.
She was recognized as Lion of the Year, received 100% Secretary Award, Club Excellence Award, LOVF Humanitarian Award and is a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
At the district level, Lion Wilma served as Awards Committee Chair, Global Leadership Team Development Coordinator, Special Olympics Chair, Cabinet Secretary, Second and First Vice District Governor.
She received a script pin in 2012, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Lion Wilma received the International Leadership Medal in 2014 and Distinguished Service Medal in 2018.
She completed the Leading Lion Program, Regional Lions Leadership Institute, Advanced Lions Leadership Institute as well as the Bachelors and Master’s Program through Lions University.
She has two children, four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She lives in Culpeper with her little (four legged) girl, Patches.