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Hal Stevens
12711 Oakdale Forest Court
Edmond, OK 73013
(C) 405-210-4363
(H) 405-242-5009
Edmond Boulevard Rotary Club


Hal is a founding member of Edmond Boulevard Rotary Club, which chartered in 2012, where he served as the initial club President. Previously, beginning in 2009, he was a member of the Rotary Club of Edmond, where he served on the International Project Committee and implemented their online Membership Directory.  Hal is a Sustaining Member, an eight time Paul Harris Fellow and a member of the Paul Harris Society. On the District level, Hal served as Four-Way Test Contest Committee Chair, Assistant District Governor for Rotaract, Assistant District Governor for Area 7, as a member of the District 5750 International Projects Committee,  was instrumental in the formation of several Rotaract clubs and founded both The Gang of 6ix and The District 5750 Coalition. Hal is scheduled to be the District Governor of District 5750 for 2017-18.
Hal is co-founder and CEO of  NetworkEquipment.net; a global reseller of new and used computer networking hardware. Since its founding in 2001, NetworkEquipment.net has done business in over 100 countries, and on every continent.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur dealing with high tech equipment Hal was a Divisional Vice President for US Foodservice Corp. And, he was both a Product Manager at the headquarters of Sysco Corp. and a Director of Merchandising at several divisions of Sysco Corp., the world's largest food service distributor. Hal has also been an adjunct professor of Economics teaching at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), a private, co-educational university teaching mostly members of the US Military.
Hal holds an MBA in Finance from St. John’s University (NY) and a BA in Economics from The State University of New York College at New Paltz.
Hal and his family love to travel and, when not at home in Edmond, they may be found at one of many international locations. They have ridden camels at the Pyramids of Egypt, elephants in Nepal and four-wheel drive vehicles in Colombia.  They make it a habit to visit Rotarians anywhere in the world they happen to visit.