J. Frank Moore III
J. Frank Moore, of Daleville, AL, was elected to serve as president of the International Association of Lions Clubs at the Association's 84th International Convention in Indianapolis, IN, in 2001. Following his year as president, Moore became chairman of the Lions Clubs International Foundation.
A member of the Daleville Lions Club since 1975, Chairman Moore has held many positions within the association, including club president, zone chairman, cabinet secretary/treasurer and district governor. In the past, he served as an international director on the association's board of directors. Chairman Moore was a member of the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum Planning Committee from 1996-98. He is past president of the Alabama Lions Sight Conservation Association, Inc., and past president of the Past District Governors of Alabama. In 1997 and 1998, he served as a District Governors-elect school group leader.
Chairman Moore has received numerous awards in recognition of his service to the association, including two Lion of the Year awards, a 30-Member Key Award, the Henry W. Sweet Outstanding Past District Governor award, two International President Leadership medals, seven International President's Awards and the Ambassador of Good Will Award, the highest honor the association bestows upon its members. He is also a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
In addition to his Lion activities, Chairman Moore is active in numerous professional and community organizations. An educator by profession, Chairman Moore is a former superintendent of education for the Daleville, AL, city schools. He is chairman of the Daleville City Planning and Zoning Commission, a member of the board of directors of the Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union and a member of the Army Aviation Museum Foundation executive committee. He is also a former chief executive officer of the Association of the U.S. Army.