Zimmerman, Walker Honored by Rotary Club for Service

Local residents and community activists Bill Zimmerman and Brian Walker were recently honored by the Rotary Club of Menifee with special awards for their service to the community.

Zimmerman (right) received the Service Above Self Award, which is awarded annually to the non-Rotarian who serves the community above and beyond his or her regular responsibilities.

He is involved in the community as President of Arts Council Menifee and Boys & Girls Club of Menifee and member of Menifee Action Group, Rural Association, Menifee Valley Historical Association, and the City of Menifee Trails Advisory Group. Zimmerman also is a Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation board member, and was recently appointed by Riverside County District 5 Supervisor Marion Ashley as OHVR Commissioner for the Riverside County Regional Park and Open Space District.

Zimmerman has lived in Menifee since 1989 with his wife, Julie, and has raised their teenage daughter in Menifee schools.

Brian Walker (left) received the Vocational Leadership Award, presented to the non-Rotarian who has used his or her professional knowledge and skills to assist other professionals.

Walker was honored for his professional contributions to the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, Cub Scouts, and Menifee Toastmasters. Walker is a former Chairman of the Board of the Chamber, and initiated the organization’s Boot Camp, which helps business owners to hone their marketing, customer relations, and fiscal management skills.

He is active as a member of Valley Young Professionals, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity and Toastmasters. Walker is married to Jennifer and enjoys coaching sports with his children Riley, age 9, and daughter, Adilynn. He is owner of Rilynn Company Insurance Services in Menifee.

Zimmerman and Walker were presented their awards by Linda Denver of the Rotary Club.




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