Lewis River Rotary Club announces new president


The Lewis River Rotary Club, Battle Ground, recently announced that Neil Edwin Michael Butler will serve as the president for the 2024-25 term.

Butler brings “extensive experience and dedication to this role,” having served as Vocational Services chairman and contributing to various club initiatives, according to a press release.

Butler, the president and CEO of DocuDriven, holds a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University and a master of science in management and leadership from Western Governors University, the release stated.

Butler, a Battle Ground resident, has served on the city’s Planning Commission and Parks Advisory Board; assisted in the construction and maintenance of the Battle Ground Veterans Memorial; and serves on the Salary Commission. Additionally, he is involved with the Woodland Chamber of Commerce and actively serves in his church.

He and his wife of 19 years, Dannelle, have five children attending Battle Ground and Vancouver schools.

Butler has been an active member of Rotary since joining, including distributing scholarships, supporting the local food bank and spearheading community service projects, according to the release.

“I believe in the power of service and the positive change it brings to our community. As the incoming president of Lewis River Rotary, I am committed to extending Rotary’s influence and continuing our efforts to make Battle Ground a better place for all,” Butler said in the release.

Other incoming club leaders include Kelly Muscarella-Park, president-elect; Kasey Olson, president nominee; Laurie Sundby, secretary; Phyllis Robinson, treasurer; and Robyn Fitzgerald, membership director. Jeff Lines will continue serving as the Rotary area governor for Clark County, overseeing and coaching seven Rotary Clubs.

For more information on the Lewis River Rotary club, email LewisRiverRo taryClub@gmail.com, or visit lewisriv errotary.org/.