District Governor Sara Camacho

DG Sara is a 14-year member of the Marietta Noon Lions where she has served as the 92nd Club President, as well as numerous committee chairs and other board positions. Sara is passionate about service, leadership and why we are Lions. On the State/District level, Sara serves as the OH-7 Chair for the Ohio Lions Pediatric Cancer Foundation and the district STEPS Walk/Run Coordinator. Her theme is "Strength through Service: because we are stronger as a Pride and strengthen our communities through our service.

Sara is a RLLI 2 graduate, has a bachelor's degree from Lions University, and is receiving her master's this October in Reno, NV. She is a continuous donor to LCIF, because they provide the most humanitarian good for those around the world. Sara has also sponsored 6 new members during her time as a Lion. She is a Melvin Jones Fellow and Dick Bryan Fellow, has 14-years of perfect attendance, and has received the International President's Award. She also recently became a Guiding Lion. 

In her free time, Sara is a fur momma to her Therapy Dog, Boomer - who works at the Washington County Boys and Girls Club - and cats Thor and Momma. She also golfs frequently, plays softball, loves to cook, kayak, and spend time with family and friends. Her partner in service is Everett Reed, who you can find driving the golf cart, as they travel the country, chasing the weather and best greens.


1st Vice District Governor Lilane Fox

Lion Lilane Fox has been a member of the Pickerington Lions Club since 1995.

She has served her club as President, Membership Chairman, Board Member and  Treasurer.  She is the sponsor of 10 new members.

Lion Lilane has served her District as Zone 4 Chair, Region 1 Chair on the GMT Committee, creating the District Membership Tool Kit which included an original orientation program and year-round Membership Campaign, and as Sight and Hearing Chair for 6 years, establishing a viable vision screening program for the District.  She has also served as the Cabinet Treasurer for one term, and taught at the Leadership School for many years.

At the State Level, she chaired the State Sight and Hearing Committee for 6 years where she also founded the charitable arm of the Committee, the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation, and served as its Chair until June 2020, and now as a Member-at-Large on the Board.  She also served on the State GMT Committee for three years which oversees the District GMT chairs.

Lion Lilane was also honored to serve the Central Ohio Lions Eye Bank for nearly 6 years on the Operating Board with her last two years serving as Chair.

She has received 3 Presidential Certificates of Appreciation and a Presidential Leadership Award.  She has also received the Council Chair’s Award of Excellence and two Council of Governors Merit Awards. She has received the Excellent President award and Excellent Treasurer award three times each.  Lion Lilane feels honored and blessed to have received the Melvin Jones Fellowship, the Jim Coffey Fellowship,  the Central Ohio Lions Eye Bank Helen Keller Award, Ohio Lions Foundation J. W. Brantner Founder’s Award, and a Knight for Sight.

Lilane currently works for the Ohio Department of Insurance, in their Product Regulation and Actuarial Services Division, and has worked in the insurance industry 28 years. She is also active in her church leadership, attending Peace Free Lutheran Church in Canal Winchester, Ohio.

Lilane and her husband, Lion Brian, have been married for over 30 years, with two children, Stephanie and Tommy, and two pets, Molly, the spoiled Pomeranian, and Tiger, the three-legged wonder cat.


2nd Vice District Governor Kelvin Hite

Lion Kelvin Hite joined Lions May 1, 2005 with the Southeast Lions Club.  He held the office of 3rd VP 2006-07, 1st VP 2007-08 and President 2008-09.  He then transferred to the Millersport Lions Club where he served in many positions of leadership, including Major Prize Chairman, Membership Chair, 3rd & 2nd VP and President in 2019-20.

At the District level, Lion Kelvin has served as Zone Chair, 2020-22.  He has attended three USA/Canada Forums, attended Lions University and earned his Bachelors and Masters.  He has also gone to a Regional Lions Leadership Institute school.  He and his wife, Lion Robin, have attended six international conventions.

Lion Kelvin has earned two Presidential Awards, a Zone Chair Membership Award and is a Melvin Jones Fellow.

He retired from the City of Bexley in 2002.  From March to August each year, he and other members of the club work to maintain and ready the grounds for the annual Millersport Sweet Corn Festival.  Lions Kelvin and Robin have been married for 44 years and have two adult children, Kim and Sam, eight Grand Children and two fur-babies, Bubba the licker dog and Snickerdoodle the cat.


Cabinet Treasurer Dan Osborn

Lion Dan is a 50-year member of the Frazeysburg Lions Club joining in March 1974.  In the club, Lion Dan has been President (1980-81), Secretary (1984-Present), Treasurer (1984-88, 1989-90 and 2003-present).  He has sponsored at least 3 new members in the club. 

Lion Dan has received much recognition for his work at the club level, including: Lion of the Year, Melvin Jones Fellowship, Knight  for Sight, and many Lion of the Month awards.  He has 36 years of perfect attendance.

He has been active at the District level as well.  Lion Dan has served on the International Relations Committee for many years and has served in the following positions:  Cabinet Sec-Treasurer, Bulletin Co-editor, Convention Chairman, Information and Technology Chair, District Webmaster and as the District's Compliance Monitor for tax and non-profit status forms.  Additionally, he has served as an instructor for many years at our Leadership Training Schools.

Lion Dan has received three Lions International President's Certificates of Appreciation, International Leadership Award, Council lof Governors Pin and Banner, the first HWHAO award, and since 1984, he has received the Excellent Secretary Award annually. 

Lion Dan graduated from Tri-Valley High School in 1968.  He retired from the Ohio National Guard in 1990 with 20 years of service.  He retired from Owens Corning in 2010 with 41 years.  Lion Dan Lives outside of Frazeysburg with his wife Ruth and his daughter Janelle.


Cabinet Secretary Cathy Dardis

Lion Cathy Dardis joined the Bloom Carroll Lions Club in March 2007 and has served the Club as 2nd Vice President, 1st Vice President and President (2008-2009).  Lion Cathy currently serves as the Club’s Secretary/Treasurer.  She held the Secretary position since 2010 and the Club Treasurer position since 2018.  She also currently serves on the Constitution and By-Laws committee and the Finance committee.

She has served the District as Assistant Zone Chair, Zone Chair, Women and Family Coordinator, District Secretary (2017/2018), (2021-2022) and (2022/2023) and also co-presented with Lion Dan Osborn with Secretary training at District Leadership School since 2016.

Lion Cathy was awarded Lion of the Year and Zone 4 Lion of the Year in 2021/2022.  Lion Cathy was also awarded the MD13 Council of Governors Award of Merit in 2021/2022.  She was awarded the Journey of Hope Award at the 2022/2023 MD13 Ohio Lions Convention.

She has attended USA/Canada forum in Memphis, TN (2009) and Lions Club International Centennial Convention in Chicago, IL (2017) and LCI convention in Vegas in 2018, as well as attended several Ohio Lions Winter Retreat.  Cathy received her Melvin Jones Fellowship in March 2018 at the OH7 District Convention.

Lion Cathy is a graduate of Lancaster High School.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from Wright State University.  She currently is employed as the Registered Operations Coordinator at Stifel, an Investment Company, since 2005.  She is also the Treasurer of Chelle’s Angels, an all-women’s motorcycle riding club and their motto is “Ride to Give”.  She has also in the past served on the St. Mark Catholic Church Finance Committee for 25 years.

She lives in Carroll, Ohio with her husband Richard.  Lion Cathy likes to travel, ride her Can-Am Spyder and enjoys being with her family and friends.

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