Dennis' Plague

 

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Dennis Ross was honored for his service to the Rogue Valley Deaf Community.  The plague expresses the Rogue Valley Deaf Community's appreciation.

When he first moved to the area in early 1990's, he joined DSSO and got involved in the community.  He helped to improve how DSSO ran its events and got more persons involved.

He became President of DSSO in 1997 and he served for the next 13 years in that office. He had to resign for personal reasons, but he will continue to be involved in DSSO activities, events and meetings.

Standing from left to right: Sheila Schatz, Frank Carreon, Serigo Dado, Dennis Ross looking at the plague, Gwen Aguilar, and Bill Drobkiewicz.  Sitting with backs to camera, from left to right: John Babbitt, Lynda Babbitt, Sarina Dado, Wendy Cunningham, Dottie Bishop and Rosemary DiSiervi.
Standing from left to right: Frank Carreon, Dennis Ross saying "Thank you", Gwen Aguilar and Bill Drobkiewicz.  Sitting with backs to camera, from left to right: John Babbitt, Lynda Babbitt, Wendy Cunningham, Dottie Bishop and Rosemary DiSiervi.
The plague reads: 
Deaf Services of Southern Oregon  
In appreciation of Service to the Rogue Valley Deaf Community for over 13 years 
Dennis L. Ross