OVER 600 ALABAMIANS HAVE BEEN  POSITIVELY IMPACTED               

                BY BECOMING A MEMBER OF AN EXCHANGE CLUB                        

2019-2020 ADEC Officers and Division Directors      

Immediate Past-President 

Joyce Franklin 

(C): 205-901-8000
Email:

joyce35210@gmail.com
Irondale

President

Lisa DeShazo

(H): 

(C):

Email: 

loyolamom15@gmail.com

Mobile

President-Elect

Maureen Murphy

(C): 256-275-6742

Email: murphdog53@gmail.com

Montgomery, Florence, and

Collegiate Exchange of Huntingdon 

College

 

Secretary

Linda Schoen

(H): 205-956-5875

(C): 205-901-1255

Email: lschoen5@gmail.com
Irondale

Treasurer

John Schoen
(H) 205-956-5875 
(C) 205-317-0168
Email:

schoenfinancial@charter.net
Irondale

2016 Court of Honor Inductee

 

              District Division Directors

Division 1 Director

Open

Division 2 Director

Diana Cline
(H) (256) 396-0655
(W) (256) 396-2015 x227 

Email: diana128@centurytel.net
Jacksonville, Clay County 

Division 3 Director

Brenda Walker
(H) (205) 664-5464
(C) (205) 910-8206
Email:  
bwalker5464@charter.net
Irondale, Birmingham, 

Excel, Jr. Excel Jefferson

Christian Academy, Shelby Co.

Division 4 Director

Orman Wilson
(C) (205) 394-6009
Email: owilson@imf.com
Tuscaloosa, Fayette

Division 5 Director, VFR

Tommy Holliman

(H): (334)-263-2082
(C) :(334)-312-0652
Email:tjh246@gmail.com

Montgomery

Division 6 Director

Jerry Beckett
(O) (334) 566-5433
Email:beckettjr@troycable.net

Clubs:Troy, Troy Collegiate

Pike Liberal Arts Jr. Excel/Excel,

Union Springs, Dothan

 

Division 7 Director
Judy Friday
(H) 334-872-1556
(C) 334-412-5588
Email: judytgif@bellsouth.net
Selma, Camden, Prattville

Division 8 Director

Mickey McDonnell
(C): 251-490-7234

Email:mmcd09@comcast.net
Clubs: Mobile, Eastern Shore,

Collegiate Exchange of the

Univ. of South Alabama (USA)

Inter-Club Activities Chair

Website Designer/Editor

Maureen Murphy

(C): 256-275-6742

Email: murphdog53@gmail.com

Montgomery, Florence, and

Collegiate Exchange of Huntingdon 

College

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THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE-Our National Project

Who We Are-NATIONAL EXCHANGE CLUB

The National Exchange Club is the oldest service organization exclusively in the United States. More than 650 local clubs throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico provide individuals with opportunities to use their time and talents to benefit their local communities and the country as a whole. Exchange’s Core Values are family, community, and country.

Through the Programs of Service – Americanism, Community Service, and Youth Programs – members support activities that benefit youth, promote pride in our country, and honor military and public service providers, to name a few. Exchange’s National Project is the prevention of child abuse.

Exchange was founded March 27, 1911, in Detroit, Michigan, by a group of business executives who wanted simply to exchange ideas. Those ideas grew and were shared, and have resulted in innumerable benefits to the nation.

Currently, Exchange has nearly 20,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The organization’s National Headquarters, located in Toledo, Ohio, acts as a resource to local-level clubs and its members.

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