BOB WOOD INFORMATION FOR ROTARY
I was born part of the initial wave of Baby Boomers after World War II. I grew up as a preacher’s kid and moved several times while my father served several churches in the New York – Connecticut area. I studied economics in college and economics and public administration in graduate school. After school, I began my career with the Atomic Energy Commission, part of which subsequently became the Nuclear Regulatory Commission where I continued to work. After 31 years, I retired in 2002 and then began consulting to the nuclear power industry. I am married to Carol Wood. We moved to Daniel Island in June 2004, and into our house in September 2005. We do volunteer work besides Rotary and really enjoy traveling. Of course, like everyone else in the last year, our “wings” have been clipped. We look forward to traveling again once we are eligible for, and have received, the covid-19 vaccine. Some other hobbies include philately, reading, and working out.
I joined the Rotary Club of Daniel Island in early 2006. I held various offices in the club culminating in being selected as club president for the 2010-2011 year. I joined Rotary because of the good that it does in the community and worldwide and for the fellowship it affords. I continue to remain a member for the same reasons.