Shepherdstown Rotary inducts two new members
The Rotary Club of Shepherdstown inducted two new members at its regular breakfast meeting Nov. 23 at the Bavarian Inn.
The new members are Steve Campbell and Kevin Marrs.
Campbell is a Senior Reactor Systems Engineer with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He has worked at the NRC for the past 25 years. He started his career in 1987 as a Nuclear Engineer at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
He earned his undergraduate degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics from Virginia Tech, and an MBA with a Project Management concentration from Strayer University.
He and his wife Amy have been Shepherdstown residents since 2005. They have two young children, Kyleigh and Kaileena, who are currently attending Shepherdstown elementary and middle schools respectively. Marrs is a Program Manager/Research Physiologist with an extensive background as a Principal Investigator in human research physiology studies for the U.S. Army Diving Program and Naval Sea Systems Command.
As an officer in the U.S. Navy, he served as a liaison to the Department of Defense Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment and Traumatic Brain Injury Research Program, and was deployed on the U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort to Central and South America.
He has a B.S. in Biology from Virginia Tech, an M.S. in Basic Medical Science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and a Ph.D in Cellular, Molecular, and Systems Physiology from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
He has authored several technical journals in the field of human physiology and biology and has been a guest lecturer on the academic and professional national circuit.
He lives in Shepherdstown with his wife Jessica and four daughters, Sarah Katherine, Natalie, Elizabeth and Julia.
The Shepherdstown Rotary Club’s membership currently totals 64.