WHO HAVE SERVED AS
DISTRICT 3-L GOVERNOR
PDG JAMES A. DUNN
Jim has been active in civic affairs for a large portion of his life. He has served in almost all leadership positions of Boy Scouting, and is a member of the Order of the Arrow. He is a past commander of the American Legion.
Jim served 22 years with the U.S. Army, retiring with the rank of CW4 in 1969. He has served as secretary, district Leo Chairman, Zone Chairman, Deputy District Governor, Governor of District 3-L and Council Chairman of the Lions of Oklahoma. He is the holder of the Master Key Award, 30 year Monarch Award, two International Extension Key Lion Awards and the International Presidents Award. Jim was selected "Lion of the Year" by fellow Lions in 1970 and 1972.
PDG FREDRICK MILTON SR.
Fred was born in Canada and raised in Maine. He joined the U.S. Army in 1951, as a Private and retired after 34 years of service as a CW4. After retirement he has been employed as a Computer Systems Analyst for Telos.
Fred joined the Lawton Northeast Lions Club in 1984, and has served in all club offices. He received the 100% Secretary’s Award each of the five years he was club secretary. The club has recognized him as "Lion of the Year" three times. He was presented with an International Certificate of Appreciation in 1997. He has served as Zone Chairman, District Cabinet Secretary-Treasurer, Vice Governor and District 3-L Governor.
PDG BILL MIDDLETON
Bill is retired from the U.S. Army and is a graduate of Campbell College, Blues Creek, North Carolina. Bill served as District Cabinet Secretary, Vice District Governor, Oklahoma Boys’ Ranch Trustee for seven years, and as District 3-L Governor. He is a recipient of the 100% Presidents Award. Bill enjoys reading, computers, auctions and Lionism.