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Past Presidents

Since its inception in 1965, the University Club of Phoenix has enjoyed tremendous success. We can attribute this prosperity to the type of leadership the club has had over the decades. We have been fortunate enough to have a selection of highly competent presidents to oversee the day to day events of the organization.

Presidents of the past decade

The past presidents have played a significant role in propelling the club to where it is today. Chet Goldberg, Jr. was the very first inaugural president in 1967 while the incumbent is Jim Larson. Other annual presidents of the past decade are;

  • Jim Larson 2016 – Current
  • Barry Aarons 2015
  • Russell Smoldon 2014
  • Gary Freed 2013
  • Eugene Keller 2012
  • Lee Farris 2011
  • Douglas C. Northup 2010
  • Donald G. Isaacson 2009
  • Debra Larson 2008
  • Alan E. Rush 2007
  • Mark C. Bohn 2006
  • Janice Burnett 2005
  • W. Knox Ramsey 2004
  • Thomas P. Ambrose 2003
  • Myra H. Millinger 2002
  • Phillip T. Zeni, Sr. 2001
  • Stephen P. Linzer 2000
  • Phyllis B. Steckler 1999
  • Robert Hayward 1998
  • Walter R. Miller, Jr. 1997
  • David D. Dodge 1996
  • Craig L. Keller 1994-95
  • Patrick V. Reed 1993
  • Carolyn Sechler 1992
  • Patrick Feltes 1991
  • Richard Kalinowski 1990
  • Michael C. Brinkley 1989
  • James LeValley 1988
  • Paul Meyer 1987
  • Bruce Skinner 1986
  • R. Patrick Murphy 1985
  • George R. King 1984
  • Robert Hobson 1983
  • Bruce Stodola 1982
  • Dr. Jack A. Friedland 1981
  • Lawrence Lee 1980
  • Donald B. Schwenn 1979
  • P. Robert Moya 1978
  • John W. H. Gushee 1977
  • Ted Cunningham 1976
  • Robert Applewhite 1975
  • Henry B. Harris 1974
  • Charles R. Stewart 1973
  • Allen Feinstein 1972
  • Douglas K. Boyd 1971
  • Lawrence J. Pavilack 1970
  • John Haldiman 1969
  • Robert Bluemle 1968
  • Chet Goldberg, Jr. 1967

Presidential & Membership Opportunities

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