Eddie Allred: Rotary District Governor

Speaker Friday, August 12, 2022

Copied from The [Columbia] Daily Herald — Eddie Allred looking through a binder of applications for the Community Christmas Card Program

After working in the Insurance profession for over 35 years Eddie retired in April 2019.   He is also a licensed auctioneer and real estate agent.  Eddie and his wife, Stephanie, married in July 1977 and live on their family farm in Culleoka.  They have two sons, and four grandchildren.  Eddie is a Deacon at his church, served as President of the Columbia National Little League, President of the Central High School Band Boosters, and President of the Culleoka Community for Performing Arts.  He also coached baseball for almost 40 years and was named a Tennessee Colonel in September 2018.  Eddie enjoys woodworking, photography, and travel.  He and his wife have visited all 50 states.  He enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, Lilly, Warner, Knox, and Caroline. Eddie joined Columbia Breakfast Rotary in September of 2010.  He is a multi-level Paul Harris Fellow, a Paul Harris Society Member, and Polio Plus Society Member.  His wife, Stephanie is also a Paul Harris Fellow and they are Bequest Society members, as well as Major Donors.  Eddie served on the Breakfast Rotary Board of Directors 2011-2014, served as President of his club 2014-2015, his club elected him as Rotarian of the Year in 2015. Eddie is the Chairman of The Community Fund Board for his club.  He is an RLI graduate and completed the 6760 Grad School.  Eddie served as RLI facilitator, and PETS facilitator.  Eddie attended Zone 30 Emerging Leaders in 2017.  He served as Assistant Governor 2016-2018 and Assistant Governor Coordinator 2018-2020. Eddie is a part of the Visioning team.  He was a table captain for the 2020 Million Dollar Dinner for District 6760.  In September 2019, Eddie was elected to serve as District Governor 2022-2023.

 Our Current (And Past) Speaker Schedule

1/13/23Kim Kim — Rotary’s End Polio Now campaign
1/20/23Annual Meeting and presentation of new board (effective July 1)
1/27/23Dr. Candice McQueen — 18th president of Lipscomb University
2/3/23Todd Flowers — Nashville Inner City Ministry
2/10/23Williams Mason Jr. — National Action Network
2/17/23Carolyn Coleman — Being a death doula
2/24/23Angela Crane-Jones — NBIC (Nashville Business Incubation Center)