Steve and Laura Froese received Rotary International Paul Harris Fellowship Award

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Steve and Laura Froese received Rotary International Paul Harris Fellowship Awards at Hollister Rotary Club on March 30, 2015.
Steve and Laura Froese, who were married in 2009, are very much a part of the Branson and Hollister, Missouri, communities.
Laura, who is employed as a data entry and intake assistant with the Cox Health Systems, is also in the cast of the Shepherd of the Hills outdoor pageant.  She is the daughter of Paul and Lola Ash of Kimberling City.  Laura, who grew up in St Louis, is receiving the Paul Harris Fellowship award because of her work in health care services and as a talented musician, she exemplifies the ideals of Rotary for “Service above Self.”
Steve Froese, has been a professional musician since the age of 18.  He holds a BS degree in Applied Sciences with a major in Music from the University of North Texas.  Steve is a private drum teacher and a professional musician who plays for six shows in Branson; Red, Hot and Blue at the Clay Cooper Theater; Take it to the Limit Eagles Tribute Band; Don’t Stop Believin’ Journey Tribute Band; Ronstadt-Browne Tribute Band; Credence Clearwater Revival Tribute Band; and Bon Jovi Tribute Band all at the Tribute Theater across from the Titantic.  Steve grew up in Sherman, TX and lived in Ft Worth before moving to Branson in 2007 to play drums for Penny Gilley at the RFD Theater.  He is the son of Lyle and Sandi Froese of McKinney, Texas.  Steve is receiving a Paul Harris Fellowship award because his work as a musician exemplifies “Service above self.”
Submitted by Lyle and Sandi Froese, McKinney (TX) Sunrise Rotary Club, District 5810

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