The Four-Way Test Award

Marcy Handshaw and Karl Weisenberg 4 Way Test Award


From its inception Rotarians were concerned with promoting high ethical standards in their professional lives.  The Four Way Test was created in 1932 by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor. It was designed to serve as a guide to business interactions. In 1943 it was adopted by Rotary as its guiding principles.
 
Since 2007 the Innsbrook Rotary Club created and has been presenting the of Marcy Handshaw and Karl Weisenberg 4 Way Test Award to a club member to recognize and honor who best exemplifies the tenets of the 4 Way Test in their personal, civic and professional life.
 
Marcy and Karl passed away suddenly within a few months of each other. The club created this award in their memory.
 
Marcy served on the Board of SCAN and was very active in our club. Karl was the lynchpin for our involvement with MedLink which collected used medical equipment which was then shipped to third world countries.  He printed our bulletin at a very favorable cost to the club.

The Four-Way Test

Rotary Year

Award Recipients

2018-19

Lisa Hollier

2017-18

Will Saunders

2016-17

Dan Kern

2015-16

Jeff Hawkins

2014-15

Gerard Shaia

2013-14

Phil Goodhart

2012-13

Mark Smith

2011-12

Alan Meekins

2010-11

Stokes Grymes

2009-10

Scott White

2008-09

Sarah Perkins

2007-08

Charles Moncure