Dr. Patti Hill
Dr. Patricia Hill from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association’s 90th International Convention, held in Chicago, Illinois, USA, July 2-6, 2007.
PID Dr. Patti Hill is a psychologist.
A member of the Edmonton Host Lions Club since 1990, Director Hill has held many offices within the association including Club President; Zone Chair; District Governor, and Council Chair. She also served as District Chair for Membership, Environment, Convention and International Cooperation and Understanding.
Additionally she has served as a committee member for the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum; multinational coordinator for Campaign SightFirst II; secretary for Lions Eyebank (Alberta) Society; Director of the Lions Eye Research Institute of Northern Alberta, and a presenter at multiple forums and conventions.
In recognition of her service to the association, Director Hill has received numerous awards including multiple Club President’s Appreciation Awards; District Lion of the Year; an Extension Award; induction to the Multiple District 37 Hall of Fame; several District Governors’ Certificates of Appreciation; five International Presidents’ Certificates of Appreciation, and an International President’s Medal. She is also a Judge Brian Stevenson Fellow, Denise and Jack Isaman Fellow, and a Melvin Jones Fellow.
In addition to her Lions activities, PID Hill is active in numerous professional and community organizations. She is a member of the Psychologists Association of Alberta, the Canadian Psychological Association and the community league. In the past, she served as president of the Alberta Association of Psychologists and the Association of Canadian Educators of the Hearing Impaired.
PID Hill and her husband, Gregory Holmes, also a Lion, have two children.
NEWS: We are proud to announce that Edmontonian and PID Dr. Patti Hill has accepted the nomination to run for Vice President of Lions Clubs International.
She believes that, “The ultimate role of every leader is to mentor the leadership development of those around them.”
District C-1 sends its support of Dr. Hill. Her understanding of Lions service in all areas of the world brings her an international perspective that informs her decision-making and vision for Lions in the future.
Bill W. Webber of St. Albert, Alberta, Canada was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association’s 72nd annual convention, held in Miami/Miami Beach, Florida, USA, June 21-24, 1989.
Past Director Webber is a retired district manager of a utility company.
A Lion and member of the St. Albert Host Lions Club since 1964, Past Director Webber has held the positions of club President, District Governor and Council Chair. He has served as a Director and Vice Chair of Lions Quest Canada; a coordinator of Lions Project Pride; Director and past chair of his multiple district eye bank, and national coordinator for Campaign SightFirst.
For his contributions to the association, Past Director Webber has received the 100% District Governor Award; six International Certificates of Appreciation; eight International President’s Awards, and the Ambassador of Good Will Award, the highest honor granted by the association to its members. He is a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
Active in the community, Past Director Webber has served on the Edmonton Emergency Planning Committee, the Canadian Gas Association Customer Service Committee and the St. Albert Board of Education.
Past Director Webber and his wife, Joan, also a progressive Melvin Jones Fellow, have two daughters, two sons and six grandchildren.