Dr Murray Verso

District 9800 Foundation Director

PDG Murray Verso is the current District 9800 Rotary Foundation Chair. His three-year term commenced on July 1, 2019.

Murray joined the Rotary Club of Williamstown, in 1981. As well as many other club roles, he has twice served as president of his club. (1986-87 and 2008-2009).

He was Governor of District 9800 in the 2014-2015 Rotary year, and for three years was an Assistant Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator with responsibility for Districts 9800, 9810, 9820 and 9830.

He is also one of the directors of the End Trachoma 2020 project and is a member of the National Rotarian Committee for Interplast.

Murray’s other district roles have included being a District Conference Chair (1989), an Assistant Governor, the Director of Membership Development, Chair of the District’s Finance Committee and Chair of the District’s Club Vision program for 4 years. In 2012, he led a Group Study Exchange Team to India. 

Murray and his wife Irene are both retired general medical practitioners.

Murray is passionate about the value of the Rotary Foundation. He is a multiple Paul Harris recipient, a Major Donor, a member of the Foundations’ Bequest Society and the District 9800 Paul Harris Society.

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