Dennis Lahey joined the Monogram Club Board of Directors in 2012 to serve a three-year term ending in 2015.
Lahey has more than 20 years of marketing and business experience in the consumer packaged goods industry with Johnson Wax, Nestle and Kimberly-Clark. During his time with Kimberly-Clark, Lahey was instrumental in the national introduction of Huggies Disposable Diapers and Depend Incontinence Products. He was also responsible for partnership marketing campaigns with leading charitable organizations such as Children's Miracle Network, Ronald McDonald House Charities and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Since retiring from Kimberly-Clark, he has been a part-time instructor for the Promotion Marketing Association and formed a start up company to market a patented disposable coupon card through grocery stores.
He has been active in non-profit and professional organizations having served on the National Marketing Council for Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the Executive Committee of the Promotion Marketing Association. He was also active with the Sarasota K-9 Search and Rescue team with the help of his Golden Retriever, Dacie.
Lahey has three grown children and lives with his wife Karen in Venice, Fla. A 1965 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Dennis received his Monogram in wrestling in the 157-pound weight class, which is a few pounds less that he weighs today.