Posted on May 22, 2017
The Rotary Club of Ashburn, VA is pleased to welcome the Honorable Gary M. Clemens, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Loudoun County, Virginia as this week's guest speaker.  
Serving as the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the past 18 years,  Clemens is dedicated to implementing customer service programs that provide premium service to Loudoun citizens.  More information regarding these customer service programs and the services provided by the clerk of the circuit court can be found at
Gary has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from James Madison University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from George Mason University.  Gary is a faculty instructor in the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association Career Development Program.
He has served as the president for the Virginia Association of Constitutional Officers and the as the president of the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association (VCCA.)    He currently serves as the chair for the VCCA Public Relations Committee and he also serves on the Legislative and Career Development committees.    
Gary serves on the board of the directors for the following organizations:  James Madison University Political Science Alumni Board, the Loudoun Free Clinic, the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association and the Visit Loudoun Foundation  Gary coached or officiated youth sports in Loudoun County for 21 years including the Dulles Little League, Farmwell Station Basketball League, Loudoun Youth Soccer Association, and Ashburn Youth Football League.  Gary frequently provides lectures, tours and presentations to students from the county’s high schools, middle schools and cub scout/boy scout troops. 
Gary has lived in Loudoun County for 52 years, residing in Hamilton before moving East to Ashburn in 1991. Gary and his wife Maria have three adult sons, one of whom is still attending college.  The family attends Saint Theresa’s Church in Ashburn.  When Gary has spare time, he enjoys the outdoors and music.  He also enjoys sports, both as a participant and a spectator.   As a native of Loudoun County, he enjoys conversations about the history of Loudoun County.