Club Leaders
President
Randy Tan
 
iPast President
Shane Jarabelo
 
President-Elect
Shane Jarabelo
 
Secretary
Dolly Dalusong
 
‚ÄčTreasurer
Ted Alvarez
 
‚ÄčAssistant Governor
Bob Spence
 
‚ÄčAdministration
Ginny Mondonedo
Shane Jarabelo
 
Membership
Rick Jiao
 
Projects - Community Service
 
 
Projects - International Service
 
 
Projects - Youth Service
Randy Tan
 
Projects - Vocational Service
 
 
Projects - Special Events
Tara Villavicencio
 
Public Relations
Ginny Mondonedo
 
Club Rotary Foundation
Shane Jarabelo
 
 
Members at Work

Chino Hills Road Adoption Project

 
Member Roster
Member Classification
Teddy Alvarez Accounting
Dolly Dalusong Public Health
Tita de Guzman Insurance
Shane Jarabelo Health Care
Rick Jiao Mortgage Banking
Ginny Mondonedo Investment Advisory Services
Randy Tan Food Products
Tara Villavicencio Voice Coach
   
   
   
Meet the Members

Dolly Dalusong

Randy Tan

Rick Jiao

Tara Villavicencio

 

Tita de Guzman

Ted Alvarez 

Ginny Mondonedo

Shane Jarabelo

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Club President Randy Tan

 
Randy was born in Los Angeles on April 5, 1975 to immigrant parents, Kim and Stella Tan. He grew up in San Gabriel Valley, then moved with his family to Diamond Bar in 1987. He graduated from Diamond Bar High School in 1993. He continued his studies at the University of California, Irvine, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree, major in Economics, from the UCI School of Social Sciences in 1997.
 
After college graduation, he started working at the family owned G.L. Food Wholesale, Inc. in the City of Industry. At present, Randy is the company's General Manager.
 
Randy is married to Judy Tan. He and Judy have four children, Taylor, Jacob, Addison and Jordan. The family lives in Chino Hills. Randy enjoys spending time with his family, fishing and golfing. For the past 9 years, Randy was and is still an active leader in the Boy Scouts troop of his sons.
 
 
Randy was inducted as the club's newest member at a club special meeting, Thursday, June 14, 2018, McCoy Residence & Equestrian Center,
 

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PRIP Richard King
 
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