District 2 Bob Goossens
The district deputy, having been nominated by the state deputy, is appointed and approved by the supreme knight, and is directly reportable to the state deputy for all activities within the district and fills the very important communication link between the state and Supreme councils and local councils. The district deputy serves at the discretion of the state deputy and his term expires on June 30 of each year.
BENEFITS AS A DISTRICT DEPUTY
1. Expanding professional relationships with council officers through successful membership and programming activities
2. Identification as a leader in the community
3. The opportunity for leadership advancement in the Order
4. Recognition for outstanding achievements through the Star District and New Council Development awards