Tom Hall chosen as president of Pleasanton North Rotary Club

Danville businessman succeeds Frank Hanna at club's top post

Businessman Tom Hall has begun a one-year term as president of Pleasanton North Rotary (PNR).

Hall, 37, a certified public accountant, is a co-founder and partner of Green Leaf Real Estate Capital, a multifamily real estate firm in Danville. He leads its finance operations and has primary responsibility for approving and managing investments on behalf of lenders and investors.

Hall joined PNR in 2008. He has been active in membership recruitment and in leading corporate sponsorships and ticket sales for "A Starry Night in the Caribbean," the club's annual fund-raising event. He also sits on the real estate advisory board of the Berkeley Food and Housing Project.

Hall succeeds outgoing president Frank Hanna, a partner with Twisted Pair, Inc., a business communications equipment company in Dublin.

Founded in 1987, PNR has 47 members and is part of Rotary International, a global service organization 1.6 million members. The Pleasanton club meets at 12:15 p.m. Fridays at Handles Gastropub in the Pleasanton Hotel, 855 Main St.


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