Rotary Club of Jamestown Introduces Two New Members

Rotary Club Member Randy Sweeney welcomes new member, Nathan Walters.

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Noon Rotary Club of Jamestown

At a recent meeting, the Noon Rotary Club of Jamestown welcomed two new members to its club.

Rotary Member Tory Irgang introduced the Rotary Club of Jamestown’s newest member, Jennifer Anderson. Anderson has been a CPA for the last 14 years. She has been in her current position with Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh and Company for eight of those years. Anderson is a senior manager at the firm with a focus on corporate tax. She is married to Darren Anderson and they have three children – 9-year-old twin girls and a 6-year-old son. Anderson enjoys volunteering in her community. She is currently involved with the audit committee at Park United Methodist Church; is the President of the Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer League and coaches youth basketball, soccer and softball.

Rotary Club Member Tory Irgang welcomes new member, Jennifer Anderson.

Rotary Member Randy Sweeney, introduced another new member, Nathan Walters. Born in Houston, TX, Walters grew up in small rural town in North Kingsville, OH. He currently resides in North East, PA with his wife Tamara and two children. As a family, they own and operate The Bean Coffee House. Walters attended Edinboro University, where he excelled in academics and swimming. Walters earned a Master’s Degree from Slippery Rock University and served as a grad assistant and assistant coach for the men’s and women’s swimming teams. Prior to his current position as a Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch, Walters was the head coach for the men’s and women’s swimming teams at Gannon University for eight years.

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