The Rotary Club of DeQuincy will host their official District Governor Visit with Governor Timothy McNabb on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 12 noon, at DeQuincy United Methodist Fellowship Hall. Please save the date and plan on bringing a guest to listen to him.
He will help Rotary Club of DeQuincy “Imagine” a better world and community by conveying the vision of International President Jennifer Jones.
McNabb is married to fellow Rotarian Teresita McNabb and together they have three children, Nikolas Melancon, Raven McNabb, and Felicia Melancon; and two grandsons, Abe and Ellis.
He joined the United States Marine Corps after high school in 1986 where he was trained as a Unit Diary Clerk (Computer Data Management). He has a degree in Fashion Merchandising from Phillips Jr. College and attended Nicholls State University Nursing Program with a minor in Psychology prior to Activation of his Reserve Unit for Desert Storm/Desert Shield in 1990.
His wife, Teresita, is a graduate of LSU Nursing School and holds a masters in Medical Administration. She is currently the Senior Vice President of Clinical Services at Terrebonne General Medical Center in Houma, a licensed Realtor and a Legal Nurse Consultant.
McNabb founded Pinnacle Computer Services, Inc. in 1996 in Houma. He sold it in 2021 following Hurricane Ida. He and Teresita also own WNP Group, a house renovation company, WNP Properties, a real estate Holding company as well as TNT Contracting, a home renovation company. He began his Rotary adventure in 1999 as a member of the Rotary Club of Houma. He assumed the responsibility of becoming the club’s Program Chair. A few years later he became the Treasurer which then put him in line to become the Club President in the year 2006-07. During his year as president he started the club’s first Interact Club at his alma mater, H. L. Bourgeois High School. In 2005, his year as President Elect, he was asked to be a RYLA counselor in District 6200 and accepted the opportunity to do so. He has participated in RYLA every year since then. He has served as lead counselor and is now the District RYLA chair.
He noticed the need and opportunity to help start an afterhours Rotary Club in the Houma area. With the sponsorship of the Houma Rotary Club, he and a few other club members and some new Rotary members started the Rotary Club of Downtown Houma where he served as the club’s first President. He has also served as the district 6200 Peace Chair and on the district grant committee and several district convention committees. He has supported the Paul Harris Foundation since 2005, becoming a Major Donor in 2019.
McNabb calls Rotary his Religion and tries his best to live the words of Mahatma Gandhi. “Be The Change You Wish To See In The World.”