Lyle Staab is a member of the Rotary Club of Long Grove, Kildeer, and Hawthorn Woods. He has served his Club as President, Chair of its Charitable Fund, Membership Chair, and for three years as Director of the Rotary Race for Charity. At the District level, Lyle has been an Assistant Governor, serves on the Visioning team, and helped organize the Foundation Centennial Event. He led a Friendship Exchange team to India that participated in a Subnational Immunization Day, and has traveled to Guatemala and Panama with service teams. Lyle has a strong commitment to our Youth Programs, serving as District Youth Service Advisor, chairing the Youth Assembly committee, and serving as co-chair for a multidistrict Rotary Model UN.
Lyle retired in late 2012 as a Vice President of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, with responsibility for manufacturing operations in the US and Europe. (His first Rotary Club was Dublin Fingal in Ireland.)  His prior professional experience included leadership roles in accounting and finance, sales and marketing, and analysis and integration of acquisitions.  Lyle earned an MBA from the University of Notre Dame, and a finance degree from Fort Hays State University, where he is a trustee of the FHSU Foundation and a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council for its Robbins School of Business and Entrepreneurship. He was also a director of the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation, and a frequent speaker and competition judge at its events.
Lyle and Ann Marie moved to the Chicago area in 2008 – their thirteenth move since getting married, including two foreign assignments. Their three adult children live in California, Illinois and Missouri, and they adore their granddaughter. Ann Marie gardens while Lyle plays (some but not enough) golf. They love to travel. Lyle and Ann Marie are Major Donors, members of the Bequest Society, members of the Paul Harris Society, and Paul Harris Fellows.
Kevin Stevens
Governor Elect
Bill Kmiecik
Governor Nominee 
Mary Bak
Governor Nominee Designate
Kevin Stevens is a member of the Rotary Club of North Chicago where he has served as President, Treasurer and Foundation Chair.   Beyond his club engagement Kevin serves as Assistant Governor Coordinator, Assistant Governor and Veteran Affairs Liaison for District 6440. He is a member of Midwest PETS council and on the District 6440 Club Visioning team. Kevin is a Paul Harris Fellow and member of the Paul Harris Society.
Kevin served for ten years with the US Navy Seabees, deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2006. For the past two years he has served on the steering committee and strategic planning committee for Roll Call Chicagoland, an emerging regional career networking consortium for military veterans, and is a member of the Museum Advisory Council for the National Museum of the American Sailor.
Kevin is an advocate for childhood literacy and education, and serves on the steering committee for CONNECT - the North Chicago “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative.
Kevin is President of Real Capital Partners and earned his BA in Economics from Beloit College. For the past decade he has served as a judge for the Wisconsin DECA State Career Development Conference, and on the Boards for the Lake County Chamber of Commerce, Exchange Club of North Chicago and currently as President of the Navy League of the United States Lake County Council. He also serves on the Board of Directors for A Safe Place, the sole full service provider of services addressing domestic violence in Lake County and Furthering the Lives of Youth, an advocacy organization providing targeted opportunities for promising youth. Kevin is chair of the North Star District Outreach Committee for NEIC Boy Scouts of America, Assistant Scout Master for Boy Scout Troop 675 in Wadsworth, and is a life member of Veterans of Foreign War Post 4551 in Antioch, Illinois.
Kevin and Alisa reside in Antioch with their children Christian and Victoria, and their German Shepherd Maximus.
Bill has served the Rotary Club of Arlington Heights as president, vice president, treasurer and community service chair.  He currently serves on the club’s Foundation and Membership Committees as well as being on the Fun and Frolic Team.  In addition to his club activities, Bill has been an Assistant Governor and the District Annual Fund Chair for the past three years, a member of the District Visioning Team and he recently joined the District Finance and Foundation Committees. 
Bill is a CPA and holds a Master’s degree in Taxation.  He is the President and Owner of Wisdom Investments, a boutique, fee only, financial planning, investment management and tax firm.    Bill has also worked in Corporate America as a Tax and Finance professional and began his career as an Internal Revenue Agent.  Bill taught accounting and finance classes at Harper College and in the MBA program at Northern Illinois University for over 10 years.    He subsequently worked as a consultant for Harper College and the College of Lake County teaching insurance and finance classes at local companies. 
Bill is an active member of his church and leads two men’s groups, one which meets on Wednesday mornings and one which meets once per month on Saturday morning.  He has also served as a budget counselor at church as well as being a member of the Stewardship leadership team where his role was developing and leading classes for the constituents.  In the past he has served on other community boards however devotes all his current time to Church, Family and Rotary.
Bill will have been married to Betsy, who is also a Rotarian, for 40 years in 2020.  Betsy is a retired Human Resources executive, most recently with Paddock Publications.  Bill and Betsy met while working as auditors for the Internal Revenue Service, where they frequently smiled at one another, but not in front of taxpayers so as not to jeopardize their G-Man and G-Lady scowl (just kidding, most if not all IRS personnel are really nice people).   They have 2 children, Brian who is married to Stephanie and Emily, the prettiest single girl in the world and also a nursing student.   Both children live in the Chicago area.
Bill and Betsy are passionate about Rotary, the projects, the causes and the enthusiasm of the members.  They have been to Guatemala, Peru and Uganda on Rotary Service trips and those trips as well as the people they have traveled with and the natives they have met fires their enthusiasm for the needs around the world and the ways in which we as Rotarians can help meet those needs. 
Bill and Betsy are Paul Harris Fellows, members of the Paul Harris Society, Major Donors and members of the Bequest Society.
Mary has been an active member of the Rotary Club of  Glenview Sunrise since 1991.  She currently serves her Club as the Chair of its major fundraiser, the annual Hero Hustle.  
Mary received her B.A. degree from Loyola University, Chicago, and her J.D. from DePaul University.  She retired from the Village of Glenview in December 2013 as Director of Community Development/Special Counsel. Significant projects in Glenview during her 28-year tenure include the planning and oversight of the redevelopment of the former Glenview Naval Air Station (The Glen), oversight of two Comprehensive Plans and multiple Corridor studies and downtown planning efforts, and the re-codification of the Municipal Code.
She is currently engaged in a consulting role as Development Services Manager for Kinzie Real Estate Services. She focuses on pre-development work on suburban infill projects, and the re-entitlement of distressed real estate projects to bring them back to market. 

Mary also served as President of the Ely Chapter of Lambda Alpha International, a land economics society, and as a director of the Illinois Local Government Lawyers Association.  
Mary and Bob live in Glenview where she has been deeply involved in volunteer work at St. Catherine Laboure Church and School.  They have three children and two grandchildren.