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Please Note; names are in alphabetical order, and this list is not exhaustive. Unfortunately we were unable to find the early history from 1923 to 1930.

  • King Albert I of Belgium – Honorary (RC Brussels; RC San Francisco)
  • Dr. Forrest C. “Phog” Allen, college basketball coach and Basketball Hall of Fame member
  • Clinton P. Anderson, US Congressman; US secretary of agriculture; US Senator
  • Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, astronaut and second man to walk on the moon, USA
  • Neil Armstrong, astronaut and first man to walk on the moon, USA
  • Ásgeir Ásgeirson, president, Iceland, RC Reykjavik; past RI district governor
  • Eusebio Ayala, president, Paraguay
  • King Baudouin I of Belgium
  • Eduard Benes, president, Czechoslovakia
  • Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands
  • Clarence Birdseye, developer of a process for quick freezing food, USA
  • Harry A. Blackmun, associate justice of the Supreme Court, USA
  • Frank Borman, astronaut, USA
  • Sir Donald Bradman, cricketer, Australia
  • Sir Norman Brearley, aviation pioneer, Australia
  • Frank Brennan past president Eureka Rotary and past district governor 1942 – 1943
  • William Jennings Bryan, statesman and orator
  • George W. Bush, president, USA
  • Jose Luis Bustamante y Rivero, president, Peru
  • Richard E. Byrd, admiral and arctic explorer, USA
  • Josep Ma. Vayreda Canadell, painter, Spain
  • Alcino Cardoso, secretary of state, Portugal
  • Jimmy Carter, president, USA
  • Sir Winston Churchill, prime minister, England
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Senator (2000-2009); US Secretary of State (2009–), USA
  • William C. Coleman, founder Coleman Co. (camping equipment, e.g., lanterns, stoves, and coolers)
  • Arthur “Holly” Compton, Nobel Prize laureate in physics, USA
  • Calvin Coolidge, president; Nobel Prize laureate in peace, USA
  • L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., astronaut, USA (RC Space Center (Houston, Texas)
  • William H. Davidson, former CEO of Harley-Davidson and son of founder
  • Sir William Deane, governor general, Australia
  • Dave Dillon past president Eureka Rotary and past district governor 1991 to 1992
  • Walt Disney, animation filmmaker, USA
  • Major General James H. “Jimmy” Doolittle, leader of the United States Army “Doolittle Raid” in WWII
  • William O. Douglas, associate justice of the Supreme Court, USA
  • Thomas A. Edison, inventor, USA
  • Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor, England
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower, president, USA
  • King Farouk of Egypt
  • Marcelo B. Fernan, chief justice of the Supreme Court, Philippines
  • John F. Fitzgerald, mayor of Boston, USA
  • Pope Francis, when he was Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio
  • Greve Af Rosenborg Flemming, Danish Count
  • Gerald R. Ford, president, USA
  • Prince Frederik of Denmark (became Frederik IX King of Denmark in 1947)
  • J. William Fulbright, senator, USA
  • Sir Kenneth Fung Ping-Fan, director of the Bank of East Asia, Ltd., Hong Kong
  • Donald M Hegy member Eureka Rotary club and scholarship founder
  • James Howard, member of Eureka Rotary Club, Chair of the Spengler Howard Raffle
  • Sir W. Hudson Fysh, founder of Qantas Airlines, Australia
  • William H. Gates, Sr., Chairman of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, USA
  • Edgar A. Guest, poet and journalist, USA
  • Karl Gullers, photographer, USA
  • RC Stockholm West; RC Phoenix, Arizona
  • King Gustaf VI Adolph of Sweden
  • King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden
  • Lorenzo Guerrero Gutierrez, president, Nicaragua
  • Warren G. Harding, president, USA
  • Harvey Harper – Eureka business men, RC of Eureka member and scholarship founder
  • Joel Chandler Harris, author, USA
  • King Hassan II of Morocco
  • Mark O. Hatfield, senator and governor, US
  • Reijiro “Rei” Hattori, chairman of Seiko, Japan
  • Steingrimur Hermannsson, prime minister, Iceland
  • Sir Edmund Hillary, explorer and mountaineer, New Zealand
  • Ko Hirasawa, anatomist and president of Kyoto University, Japan
  • Luther H. Hodges, state governor, secretary of commerce, USA
  • Herbert Hoover, president, USA
  • Cordell Hull, Secretary of State and Nobel Prize laureate in peace, USA
  • John Jakes, historical fiction author, USA
  • Duke Kahanamoko, Olympic swimmer, USA
  • John F. Kennedy, president, USA
  • Abdulla Khalil, prime minister, Sudan
  • Chung Yul Kim, prime minister, South Korea
  • Karl Kobelt, president, Swiss Confederation
  • Chucri Kouatly, president, Syria
  • Hans Küng, theologian, Germany
  • RC Reutlingen-Tübingen
  • Sir Harry Lauder, entertainer, Scotland
  • Jean Leclant, Egyptologist, France
  • Franz Lehar, composer, Austria
  • Charles A. Lindbergh, aviator, USA
  • Douglas MacArthur, army general, USA
  • Cornelius “Connie Mack” McGillicuddie, baseball manager and team owner, USA
  • Thomas Mann, novelist; Nobel Prize laureate in literature, Germany
  • Guglielmo Marconi, inventor, Nobel Prize laureate in physics, Italy
  • Jan Masaryk, foreign minister, Czechoslovakia (RC Prague)
  • George C. Marshall, army general and Nobel Prize laureate in peace, USA
  • Konosuke Matsushita, president of Matsushita Electric Co., Japan
  • Dr. Charles H. Mayo, co-founder of the Mayo Clinic, USA
  • Col. Robert R. McCormick, Chicago Tribune publisher
  • Dr. Karl Menninger, psychiatrist and co-founder of the Menninger Clinic, USA
  • Cesare Merzagora, president of the senate, Italy
  • Toyohiko Mikimoto, president of Mikimoto Pearl Co., Japan
  • A.Q. Miller, Sr., writer and newspaper publisher, father of R.I. Pres. Carl P. Miller
  • Wayne L. Morse, US Senator, USA
  • Dr. William P. Murphy, Nobel Prize laureate in medicine (1934), USA
  • Duck Woo Nam, prime minister, Korea
  • Lennart Nilsson, photographer, Sweden
  • Chester W. Nimitz, admiral, USA
  • Richard Nixon, president, USA
  • Georges Octors, orchestra conductor, Belgium
  • Choong Hoon Park, prime minister, Korea
  • Raul Sapena Pastor, prime minister, Paraguay
  • Konstantin Päts, president, Estonia
  • Prince Paul, regent, Yugoslavia
  • Norman Vincent Peale, clergyman and author, USA
  • Lester Pearson, prime minister, Canada; president of UN General Assembly; Nobel Prize laureate
  • James Cash Penney, founder of JC Penney Co., USA
  • John J. Pershing, army general, USA
  • Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
  • Antoine Pinay, prime minister, France
  • Piero Pirelli, rubber products manufacturing, Italy
  • Leopoldo Pirelli, president of Pirelli Tire Co., Italy
  • Joan Abello Prat, painter, Spain
  • Emilio Pucci, couturier-designer, Italy
  • Prince Rainier III of Monaco
  • Bhichai Rattakul, foreign Minister, Thailand
  • Branch Rickey, president of Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team, USA
  • James Whitcomb Riley, poet, USA
  • Ronald Reagan, president, USA
  • Sigmund Romberg, composer, USA
  • Carlos Romulo, president of UN general assembly, Philippines
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt, president, USA
  • Dr. Albert Sabin, scientist who developed oral polio vaccine, USA
  • Edwardo Santos, president, Columbia
  • Wolfgang Schallenberg, secretary general of the Austrian ministry of foreign affairs
  • Walter Scheel, president, Germany
  • Albert Schweitzer, physician, philosopher, and Nobel Prize laureate in peace
  • Kiyoshi Seike, architect, Japan
  • Donna Shalala, secretary of health and human service, USA
  • Alan B. Shephard, Jr., astronaut, USA
  • Kenjiro Shoda, president of Osaka University, Japan
  • Jean Sibelius, composer, Finland
  • Kim Sigler, Governor of Michigan, USA
  • Paul Simon, US Senator (Illinois), USA
  • Glyndon “Sign” Smith, philanthropists, 69 years Rotary perfect attendance
  • William Spengler, Eureka Rotary Club, founder of the Spangler Howard Raffle
  • Tris Speaker, baseball player, USA
  • Sir Sigmund Sternberg, businessman and philanthropist, England
  • Siaka Stevens, President of Sierra Leone
  • Adlai E. Stevenson, governor of Illinois, USA; ambassador to the United Nations
  • Charles Strope past president Eureka Rotary and past district governor 1971 to 1972
  • Billy Sunday, evangelist, USA
  • Dr. Albert von Szent-Györgyi, Nobel Prize laureate in Medicine (1937)
  • Prince Tsuneyoshi Takeda of Japan
  • J. Millard Tawes, Governor of Maryland, USA
  • Margaret Thatcher, prime minister, England
  • Kiyoshi Togasaki, president and chairman of the Japan Times
  • Harry S. Truman, president, USA
  • Ted Turner, founder of cable television station CNN
  • Augusto Pinochet Ugarte, military general and chief executive, Chile
  • Arthur H. Vandenberg, US Senator
  • Charles R. Walgreen, Jr., chairman of the Walgreen Drug Co., USA
  • Earl Warren, chief justice of Supreme Court, USA
  • William Allen White, newspaper editor, USA
  • Jack Williamson, science fiction writer, USA
  • Woodrow Wilson, president, USA; Nobel Prize laureate in peace, USA
  • Ritchie Woods, Founding president Rotary Club of Eureka
  • Joseph Sidney Woolford, member Rotary club of Eureka and scholarship founder
  • Garfield Arthur “Gar” Wood, speedboat racer, inventor, USA
  • Orville Wright, aviation pioneer, USA
  • Philip Wylie, author and social commentator, USA
  • Chia-kan “C. K.” Yen, president, Republic of China-Taiwan
  • Chang Soon Yoo, prime minister, Korea
  • Willy Zumblick, painter and sculptor, Brazil

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