Craig and his family participated in the 2019Trick or Trot race. Caroline is holding her niece, Zoe.
Craig grew up in North Bay, Ontario, Canada where he was an avid hockey player and skier. After graduating High School, he attended the University of Western Ontario where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering degree. Craig relocated to Savannah, GA after university to work for a local engineering firm where he provided site civil engineering design for residential golf communities, as well as commercial / industrial developments. Craig and his wife, Caroline, have three sons: Nicholas (14), Tristan (10), and Cooper (5).
By the way, Craig pronounces his last name ZUKE, as in Luke.
What I do: Senior Civil Engineer for Moffatt & Nichol
Community Involvement: Rotary Club of Savannah Sunrise President, Savannah-Chatham County Public School System COVID-19 Task Force, Landings Public Works Committee.
My Hometown: North Bay, Ontario, Canada
A Must Have: Family
Favorite Things to Do: Hiking. Fishing. Taking a golf cart ride with Cooper.
Favorite Place in Savannah: 17Hundred90
Best thing about Rotary: Great friends giving back to our local community.
David (right) is congratulated by Past District Governor, John Neely, on his induction as the 22nd president of Savannah Sunrise in June 2019.
DAVID LOCK (Past President)
David grew up in North Georgia. He received a BA in Political Science from the University of Georgia, followed by his law degree at the UGA School of Law. In 1981, David started his career with the District Attorney’s Office in Chatham County, serving as the Chief Assistant District Attorney from 1986 to 2008. David relocated to Athens, where he was a Senior Assistant District Attorney. David returned to Savannah in 2018, starting a private legal practice. He attempts to play golf and is a big fan of sports at UGA. He is single.
What I do: Attorney specializing in appellate work in criminal cases.
Community Involvement: Past President, Rotary Club of Savannah Sunrise; Savannah Jaycees Foundation; Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church. Past activities include Leadership Savannah; President, Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center; Advisor, CrimeStoppers of Savannah-Chatham County; Chairperson, Chatham County Seniors and Law Enforcement Together Council; President, Savannah Jaycees; Legal Counsel, Georgia Jaycees.
My Hometown: Born in Ellijay, GA; lived in Winder, GA during school years thru high school; family moved
back to Ellijay.
A Must Have: FRIENDS! I returned to Savannah because of friends.
Favorite Thing to Do: Playing golf and watching Dawgs play.
Favorite Place in Savannah:A golf course in good shape.
Best Thing about Rotary: Involvement in community, and fellowship with Rotarians.
MAUREEN HORVATH (Charter Member, Past President)
Maureen was born in Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal. She lived and was educated in Kwa Zulu, Natal. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting(B.Commerce.RSA) with a major in English language and English History; computer literacy Windows Microsoft. Maureen posses accounting and business analytical skills. She is also skilled in the culinary arts (European trained). She moved to Cape Town, Western Cape 1974 and then sailed the Cape to Rio 1977 where she lived in Brazil and then the West Indies, earning earning her living as a professional sailor and chef on a luxury yacht. Maureen has been married to Joe for 39 years. They have no children.
What I do: I have been professionally retired since 2011.
Community Involvement: Maureen's involvement in the community is all through Rotary International. She is a past President of the Rotary Club of Savannah Sunrise, and the current Club Secretary. She is also a Trustee for the Georgia Rotary Student Program and Club Chair of the Local District 6920 Humanitarian Grant, and a Paul Harris Society member and an RI Benevolent Society member.
My Hometown: Mandini, Kwa Zulu, Natal, South Africa. She is now a naturalized Citizen of the
United States of America.
A must-have: Family and friends, locally and internationally.
Favorite things to do when I’m not working: Cooking, reading and involvement with Rotary.
Favorite place in Savannah: Forsyth Park.
Best thing about Rotary: The ability to give back to the community locally and internationally, as well
as the fellowship.
BILL BROKER (Charter Member, Past President)
Bill is originally from St Simons Island and has lived in Savannah for over 30 years. Having graduated from the University of Georgia Law School, he has practiced for 40 years. In addition to his work as an attorney, he is also very involved in philanthropic work through his membership on the Board of Trustees of the Sapelo Foundation. He is very active with both Blessed Sacrament and Sacred Heart Catholic Churches and holds a master’s degree in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University-New Orleans. He is the father of two children: Aidan, a sophomore at Georgia College & State University; and Sheridan, a senior at St. Vincent’s Academy. He has an interest in and collects Southeast Asian art, as well as American Folk art
What I do: Managing Attorney, Savannah Regional Office, Georgia Legal Services; Judge Pro Tem, Recorders Court of Chatham County.
Community Involvement: Member, Flannery O’Conner Childhood Home Foundation; Trustee, Sapelo Foundation Board of Trustees; Member, Savannah Bar Association; Charter Member, Savannah Sunrise Rotary; Member, St. Vincent’s 1845 Convent Foundation; Member, State Bar of Georgia
My Hometown: St. Simons Island, Georgia
A Must Have: New Yorker cartoons
Favorite Things to Do: Reading Southern writers, theology, history, current events, and the comics; spending time in summer in Maine; and working in my yard
Favorite Place in Savannah: the Telfair Academy
Best thing about Rotary: The friends I have made
DOUG FORAN (Past President)
Doug is a retired chemical engineer and worked for 46 years in the Pulp and Paper Industry.
He and his wife, Betty Anne have lived in Savannah since January 1978. They both were born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada where they were educated and married in 1970. Their son, Timothy, 33, is a recording engineer living in Atlanta. Doug has been a member of the Savannah Sunrise Rotary club since 2003. He served as club president 2012-2013 and District 6920 Assistant Governor 2013-2016. Currently he is the Sergeant-at-Arms
for the club.
What I do: Retired.
Community Involvement: Service to others is most important to me, my priorities being family, Church and community through Rotary. I mostly have served the church as a member of the St. John’s Episcopal Church choir, and in other choirs both here in Savannah and in other communities. I enjoy being a tour guide at St. John’s both for the Church and for the Green-Meldrim House.
Favorite things to do when I’m not working: I most enjoy choral singing and exercising with my Golden Retriever, Riley.
Best thing about Rotary: Learning more about our community (speakers) and using that knowledge to make a positive difference to others locally and worldwide.