Medical doctor, Roger Duncan has been named a Melvin Jones Fellow by the Lions Club St. Vincent South in recognition of his commitment to national service and serving his Lions community. Named for the founder of Lions Clubs International Melvin Jones, the fellowship is one of the Foundation’s highest recognitions, honouring the commitment to humanitarian service, a release from the Club states.
Duncan, a member of the Lions Club St. Vincent South joined the movement over 20 years ago where he has served as the club’s health coordinator and tailtwister for many years. He received a commemorative plaque and lapel pin on February 25, acknowledging his dedication to the Foundation’s humanitarian goals.
As a Melvin Jones Fellow, Lion Roger becomes a part of the growing network of individuals who are committed to improving the quality of live for people locally and in communities around the world.
In presenting the award president of the Lions Club St. Vincent South, Lion Dionne John MJF said that Lion Roger’s contribution to the national COVID-19 response, coupled with his outstanding service and dedication to the movement during the volcanic eruptions merited the award.
“We are immensely happy to present this MJF recognition to you as you truly deserve it,” John said.