VALE: Neill Oswald Blowes was in his 40th year of service to the Port Lincoln Lions Club with a perfect attendance record.
Neill Oswald Blowes1934-2016PORT Lincoln Lions Club member Neill Oswald Bloweswas in his 40thyear of service to the club with a perfect attendance record when he passed away at the age of 81 earlier this month.
He was a LionsInternationallife member,James D. Richardson Award recipient, Melvin Jones Fellow and Port Lincoln Lions Club president in 2011/12.
Mr Blowes welcomed the opportunity to support his community and the less fortunate.
His service record is a tribute for his direction and path that Lions have a privilege to serve.
On numerous occasions Mr Blowes highlighted the issues he believed would contribute tothe successful delivery of Lions working together for their communities.
He was a ‘people person’, quiet and humble with so much wisdom, vision and class.
Recently Mr Blowes was awarded the Port Lincoln Lions Club Lions Mint Excellence Award from mint chair Malcolm Bagnell for his yearsof service.
His leadership and mentoring qualities were rewarded for his 20 years selling Lion Mints for a record sum of $22,269.
Lions district governor Rob Royal congratulated Mr Blowes on a life of dedication for service and living the Lions mantra: ‘We serve’.
Mr Blowes will be remembered by his Lions friends, Marie and many others in the local community for his extreme friendship qualities and willingnessto serveothersand as a Lions member.
Friendship is the most wonderful experience and there is nothing more valuable than giving of yourself to serve somebody else.
Port Lincoln Lions Club president Iain AdamsThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.