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Doylestown native celebrates 50 years as a Rotarian

Rotary Club of Doylestown honored Doylestown resident Nicholas Molloy as he celebrated 50 years as a member of the club at their weekly meeting on December 13th.

Nick followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, both of whom were members of Rotary Club of Doylestown. His grandfather, J. Carroll Molloy, joined in 1924, and his father, J. Carroll Molloy, Jr. joined in 1955. 

Nicholas Molloy joined the Rotary Club of Doylestown in 1967 and throughout his 50 year tenure with the organization, served in various leadership capacities, including President and Vice President and on several committees, including the Special Activities Committee, Public Relations Committee, Program Committee, and Four Way Test Committee.

“Serving others has always been very important to my family,” said Nick. “I am both proud and honored to be part of the Rotary International community here in Doylestown and around the world.”   

Nick is a graduate of Central Bucks High School and Penn State University. He joined his family’s business, J. Carroll Molloy Realtor in 1960. The business was started by his grandfather in 1916.

In addition to his work on behalf of Rotary, Nick is a past president of the Bucks County Association of Realtors, treasurer of the Doylestown Historical Society and the vice chair of business partners at the James A. Michener Museum. He is married and has two children and four grandchildren. 

“Nick sought to serve his community and the world when he joined Rotary in 1967,” said Allen Childs, president of the club. “He looked beyond himself for purpose and an opportunity to serve, just as all Rotarians do. We are honored to have Nick in our Club and congratulate him on his 50th Rotary anniversary.”

PHOTO CAP: Pictured from left are Allen Childs, president, Rotary Club of Doylestown, Nicholas Molloy, Rick Gromis, Rotary District 7430 Governor, and John Ortolf, Rotary Club of Doylestown past president. Photo courtesy of Bruce Rutherford.