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YESCO Executive Vice President Jeff Young.
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JEFF YOUNG, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, YESCO, APPOINTED AS PRESIDENT OF SALT LAKE CITY ROTARY CLUB 24
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SALT LAKE CITY (August 2022) – YESCO, the 102-year-old company known for creating, repairing and maintaining internationally recognizable signs, announces its executive vice president, Jeff Young, was recently appointed as the new president of the Salt Lake City Rotary Club 24. Prior to his designation as president of the Salt Lake City Rotary Club, the third-generation Rotarian has spent over 24 years contributing to the Club.
With an extensive family history of giving back to the community, Jeff’s two brothers, Mike Young and Paul Young, also served on the club’s board of directors and as former presidents. Most recently, Jeff’s father Thomas Young, Jr., received the 2022 Summit Award by the club and was honored as a second-generation Rotarian with 64 years of service. Jeff’s mother, Dwan Young, was also concurrently recognized for her lifetime of service, including serving as general primary president for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, chairman of the Primary Children’s Hospital’s board of trustees and vice-chairman and secretary of Intermountain Health Care’s board of trustees. Additionally, Jeff’s grandfather Thomas Young, Sr., also served as a lifetime member of the Salt Lake City chapter throughout his career.
“As a third-generation member of the Salt Lake City Rotary club, it is an absolute honor to continue my family legacy of giving back to the local community,” said Jeff Young. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to step into a leadership position with this organization and continue its work to improve the lives of individuals in our community and elsewhere.”
ABOUT SALT LAKE CITY ROTARY CLUB
On February 23, 1905, a young attorney named Paul Harris formed the first Rotary Club in Chicago. His goal was to create an organization where business leaders could meet and together serve their community. The original club rotated their weekly meetings between the various business locations of Club members. This custom eventually led to the name “Rotary.” Since 1905, individuals of practically every nationality and religion have embraced the ideals established by that first club. In 1911, six years after the founding of the first Rotary club in Chicago, Salt Lake City businessman Wesley E. King created Utah’s first Rotary Club. The Salt Lake City Rotary Club was chartered as the 24th club worldwide and is known by its members as “Club 24.”
YESCO specializes in the manufacture of custom electric signs, sign maintenance and out-of-home advertising. In addition, YESCO operates sign and lighting service repair stores throughout North America as well as a sign financing business. Thomas Young founded the company in Ogden, Utah, in 1920 after borrowing $300 from his father. YESCO began by offering wall painted advertisements, gold-leaf window lettering and coffin plates. Today, helmed by the second, third and fourth generations of the founder’s family, YESCO creates, services and maintains award-winning displays for some of the most prestigious brands. For more information, go to www.YESCO.com.
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