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​Monday, August 17, 2015

"NFL Scouting and perhaps a Bo & Woody story"
Glenn "Schemy" Schembechler
Mr. Glenn “Shemy” Schembechler serves as President of GES Advisory Company. Mr. Schembechler has spent the majority of his life and professional career in the football industry, growing up as the son of legendary coach Glenn E. “Bo” Schembechler. Overall, he has spent 18 years evaluating talent for highly successful programs:
  • University of Michigan, Asst. Recruiting Coordinator
  • Kansas City Chiefs, In-House Scout
  • Chicago Bears, BLESTO scout
  • Washington Redskins, Midwest and Northeast Area Scout
  • Seattle Seahawks, Southeast Area Scout
Over Mr. Schembechler’s storied career, a constant truth has remained: great talent makes great coaches. At the core of this truth is the need for great evaluation of talent. Mr. Schembechler has been fortunate to work with programs whose talent evaluation systems have achieved consistent levels of success. For example:
  • University of Michigan 1997 National Championship team
  • Kansas City Chiefs 1996 AFC West Division Championship team
  • Seattle Seahawks 2013 Super Bowl Championship team
  • Numerous bowl-eligible teams and NFL playoff teams
In addition to his father, Mr. Schembechler has studied under accomplished coaches Gary Moeller, Lloyd Carr, Marty Schottenheimer, and Joe Gibbs. They have all had an indelible impact on his career, and his ability to scout and recommend prospects. Mr. Schembechler has been a part of many championship and playoff teams, and has been able to evaluate or recommend players that have gone on to Pro Bowl careers (Charles Woodson, Ian Gold and Tom Brady, respectively), as well as inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Joe Montana, Marcus Allen, and Derrick Thomas, respectively).
 
The education gleamed from these experiences have given Mr. Schembechler an understanding of how teams are built with an objective viewpoint of talent evaluation- an acumen that is necessary for any program interested in competing for championships.

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Columbus, Ohio 43215


 
Librado L. "Lee" Solis, age 92, of Upper Arlington, passed away Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at Westminster Thurber Community. He was born April 2, 1923 in Columbus, Ohio, the son of the late Roy L. and Nellie (Lynn) Solis. Lee began in 1941 as a file clerk with Bates & Company remaining as Chairman of the Board until his death. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, Lee will be dearly missed by his wife of 71 years, Bette (Roberts) Solis; son, Steven Lee; daughter-in-law, Carol Solis; grandsons and their families, Scott (Megan) Solis and their children, Joe and Lena of Chicago, IL, John (Amy) Solis and their son, Jakob of Columbus; niece, Lou (Gary) Cattell and their children, Jeff (Theresa) and Julie (Brian), their children and many friends. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers J.T. (Julia) Furgerson and Frank Furgerson. He was a 1940 graduate North High School. Lee was a longtime member of First Community Church where he was a former deacon and longtime lay leader of the Wednesday morning men's breakfast group. He was a member and on the Board of Directors of Rotary Club of Columbus, where he was a Paul Harris Fellow; member of the Masons, Scottish Rite as a 32nd degree Mason and Aladdin Temple Shrine; past deacon of Broad St. Christian Church; longtime member of Athletic Club of Columbus and Scioto Country Club and past President of Insurance Board of Columbus. 

Edward Allen Lentz, 89, of Worthington, died Tuesday, August 4, 2015 with his loved ones at his side. Ed's forty-three year career as a Columbus area health administrator and his civic contributions earned him a place in the Who's Who Book of America as a leader and a man of integrity. Born May 30, 1926 in Superior, Wisconsin, he was a graduate of University of Cincinnati where he met the love of his life, Meg whom he married in 1952. Ed is remembered by his wife of sixty-three years, daughter Beth (Jeff) Randall; extended family and many friends for his gentleness, kindness, warmth and loving heart. 
 
Contributions in Lee's and Ed's memory may be made to Columbus Rotary Foundation, Cap Ingals Fund, 1225 Dublin Road, Suite 050, Columbus, Ohio 43215.  
Committee Meetings, August 17, 2015
Membership

When your committee meets please use another room/area of the Boat House other than our lunch room.
This will allow the staff to clean and reset the Buckeye Room for its next use without disturbing your meeting.                    
 
 
 
 

(Share your good news with the office.)
  • Rotarians Mark Bober, Johannes Bornmueller, Kurt Hoeft, Jim Houk, Doug Kreiger, Rich Ramsey, Chuck Wallace and Steve Weiler recently completed Pelatonia 15.  We may have missed a few.  Thanks to all who rode!
  • Keith Stimpert became a first time grandfather in July.  Coincidentally, Keith now has the distinction of being the Youngest Grandparent in the Club, continuing a long line of recipients of the "Chet Guffy Trophy".
 
The Club is hosting a member guest golf outing at the Safari Golf Club on September 18.  We understand that Safari is a public course.  This is a Rotary Member and their Guest event.  The event will begin after noon and conclude with a cook out.    Start looking for your non-Rotary friends that are duffers or hold a handicap.  Check their schedules and make plans to join us on September 18.
 
All Rotarians are invited to attend the District 6690 Annual Conference in October.  This is a chance to learn more about ROtary, meet other ROtarians from around SE Ohio and have fun.  Save the date!  Additional details will follow.