Service to Mankind Award

Each year the Georgetown Sertoma Club honors a local person (not a member of
Sertoma) who exemplifies the values of Sertoma by devoting time and effort to
serving the people of the community.

Our 2018 Service to Mankind honoree moved to Georgetown 6 years ago and
wasted no time in getting involved to make Georgetown a better place to live. He
volunteered for the Georgetown Main Street Board, heading up the design
committee, and served as president for 3 years. He is also serving on the board of
the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. He was named co-citizen of the year by
the Georgetown Chamber in 2017.

Much of his contribution has been through the Rotary Club, serving as past
president and sergeant at arms. He co-chaired the Field of Honor project and
participated in their central Texas ramp building project.
Our honoree graduated from North Texas State University and received his MBA
from St. Edwards University. He has been married to his wife Melanie for over 32
years; they have three children: Katie, Keith, and Mary.

He is the co-owner of two local businesses: Mel’s Lone Star Lanes and CJ’s
Catering. He coordinates numerous fundraising events at Mel’s and hosts a
weekly Bible study there. He was named Bowling Proprietor of the year in 2013
by the Bowling Proprietor Association and Texas USBC Proprietor of the year in
2016. He always puts his employees first and has served as a mentor to many.
Georgetown is known as a caring community and our 2018 Service to Mankind honoree is a person who, in both his business and personal lives, exemplifies those
esteemed qualities – Mr. David Kellerman.