Rotary Club “Service Above Self”

The Rotary Club of Bearden Recognizes JOSEPH Construction and Gerry Eastman for “Service Above Self”

JOSEPH Construction Company, Inc., recently received recognition As a Vocational Month Company from the Rotary Club of Bearden. Gerry Eastman, CEO at Joseph Construction, once President of the Bearden Club, has been serving in the non-profit organization since 1987. The plaque, awarded by current Rotary Club of Bearden President, Ted Hotz, is awarded to those people who adhere to the Rotary Creed, Service Above Self, and have especially exemplified outstanding professional achievement and high ethical standards.


The Rotary Club of Bearden is honored to recognize Gerry Eastman of Joseph Construction Company for his vocational service. January is recognized by Rotary International as Vocational Service Month. During the presentation, Mr. Eastman provided our Club with the history of Joseph Construction along with photos of several projects completed by the Company. Our spotlight on vocational service provides an opportunity to recognize those who exemplify Service Above Self and reminds us to utilize our professional skills and chosen occupations to serve our community. Congratulations Gerry!

–Ted Hotz, President of Rotary Club of Bearden