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Midwest City Rotary Club

Mukesh Patel is a proud member of Midwest City Rotary Club and entering his eighteenth year as a Rotarian. During his almost two decades of service, he has served as Vice Chair of General Dick Hefton’s (chair) planning Committee during Governor Butch Freeman’s term 2010-2011, Vice President of the Midwest City Rotary Club 2013-2014, President-Elect of the Midwest City Rotary Club 2014-2015, President of the Midwest City Rotary Club 2015-2016, Membership Chair for Midwest City Rotary Club 2021-2022, Membership chair for Midwest City Rotary Club 2022-2023, Assistant District Governor (for District 5750) 2022-2023, and most recently Facilitator for Mid-America P.E.T 2023-Present.

Outside of Rotary, Mukesh is a local business owner that has taken a 30-year entrepreneurial journey proudly serving the people of Oklahoma and holds a bachelor's Degree of Science in Fine Turf Management from Aston University located in Birmingham, England. In addition too, he serves as a current Library Commission member for the Oklahoma County Metropolitan Library System for the past 13 years, past Vice President of the Gujarati Samaj of Oklahoma for 4 years, and a past advisory board member for the Midwest City YMCA.
Additionally, in the community, Mukesh has involved himself in philanthropy work raising funds for water wells in Bihar, India, for an Accessible Ropes Tower at the RYLA Camp and Storage Sheds, for the equipment for the RYLA Ropes Course, additional fundraising by organizing a 5k (Walk, Rock, and Roll) to help Mobility Plus and other Rotary projected totaling in excess of $80,000. Mukesh is a 7-time award recipient for the Rotarian of the Year Award, nominated for the “Service above Self” award for District 5750, Plus 8 Haul Harris Fellow, and Polio Foundation Giving Every Year.

Mukesh recognizes that it is an incredible honor to serve as District Governor Nominee Designate, but an even bigger honor to be a part of an organization that extends its reach throughout the world and stays consistent with its message of service above self, whether it’s in our backyard or across oceans. Mukesh first met his wife, Bhavna, 33 years ago, and together they have two sons, Prashant (27) and Vishal (25), and it's only with their support that he takes his next steps with Rotary and making a difference.