Page 1

THE SURVEYOR

THE SURVEYOR

Vol. XI No. 1

George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

New Menus for Light Dinners Reservations Required WHITEFISH BAY, WI Lodge members are looking forward to the new and improved light dinner menus planned by this year’s Junior Warden, Chuck Carroll. Some of the new menu items include: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Hawaiian Chicken and Baked Tilapia. Back in September, Br. Chuck circulated surveys among the brethren in order to find out what they like and don’t like, or what kind of dietary restrictions, if any, might require special attention. The surveys will become part of a new Junior Warden Planning Guide that Chuck will compile over the year. The survey also addressed the problem of cleanup time. With the dinners starting at 6:30 pm and the meeting starting at 7:30 pm, there was no time for the Stewards and Junior Warden to clean up before the meeting and so they found themselves pulling “KP” after the meeting, often at very late hours.

This year, the dinners will begin at 6:00 pm, and the Stewards will stop serving at 7:00 pm to have time to clean up before the stated meeting. Also, in order to prevent waste or shortage, our Junior Warden is requiring reservations for any that intend to attend the light dinners. To place your reservation, simply call Chuck Carroll at 414-336-4252 or email: sifuchuck@aol.com, no later than the weekend prior to each stated meeting date. Even though the menus have been improved, we are still only asking for a free-will offering to help offset costs. Everyone is encouraged to bring friends or family members, just be sure to let Chuck know how many so that he can make enough. Anyone who might arrive late, between 7:00-7:30 just has to call ahead and a plate will be put aside before cleanup begins. The key to this program’s success is communication. As long as everyone makes reservations and attends, it will work!

In this installment of...

Join Terry Johannes as he explores the long lost Myron Reed Lodge No. 237 in this issue of The Surveyor. Page 4

To place your reservation, simply call Chuck Carroll at 414-336-4252 or email: sifuchuck@aol.com, no later than the weekend prior to each stated meeting date.

For convenience, menus for two months at a time will be published in every issue of the Surveyor. See Page 6 for January and February Menus.

Inside the Surveyor... Message from the East . . . . 2 From the West . . . . . . . . . . 2 Secretary’s Desk . . . . . . . . . 3 Council & Chapter . . . . . . . 3 Trustee Corner . . . . . . . . . . 3 Dinner Club . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Lost Temples . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Historic Pictorial . . . . . . . . 5 Menus for Jan/Feb . . . . . . . 6 At & About the Lodge . . 7-8 GW1776 Fund . . . . . . . . . . 8 Up Coming Events . . . . . . . 9 Masonic Crossword . . . . . . 9 Business Directory . . . . . . 10 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Lodge Officers . . . . . . . . . 12


2

Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

MESSAGE FROM THE EAST Walt Smith, Worshipful Master My congratulations to all the new officers for the year of 2010. We look forward to a new year with much anticipation for the many lodge functions and events. I am very excited about this new year as your new Worshipful Master. It is both an honor as well as pleasure to serve and a humbling experience. I am sure we will have a good year, with the continued support of the officers and lodge members. Being Master of George Washington 1776 Lodge No. 337, I will focus on the following: Ê Ê Ê

Strong ritual work Getting new members involved in lodge activities Establish Friends Nights

Thanks to all who elected me to the position of Senior Warden. my recent medical troubles have not let me work out too much detail for the coming year, but I am working on it. We will want to continue the schedule of degree practices. Remember in May there is to be a competition of degree teams on part of the Entered Apprentice Degree. If we want to compete we need to be up on that degree. We also want to be up on degree work to do degrees in our own lodge. We have an EA who will want to move up and one or possibly 2 people who may petition the lodge for degrees in the coming weeks. Please also keep in mind and attend ,if possible, the Installation of Officers on January, 2010.

Ê Programs to attract quality men Ê Visitation between lodges Let’s all work together to achieve these goals. I am extending an open invitation to all lodges, especially those in District 12 to attend our Installation of Officers, Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at the Silver Spring Masonic Center which is located at 517 East Beaumont Ave, Whitefish Bay, just behind Sendiks Food Market. A light lunch and entertainment will be provided after the installation of officers. Finally, I would like to say to all our members, if you haven’t been to lodge in a while, please come and join us. I am looking forward to meeting with you.

Greetings From the West

Otto Tesch, Senior Warden

George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Cordially Invites You to Attend the Installation of Officers on Saturday, January 16, 2009 at 11:00AM at the Silver Spring Masonic Center 517 East Beaumont Avenue, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217 Lunch to Follow

Walt Smith, WM


Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

Trustees Trustee '10 Charles Roeder, PM Mark Truesdell, PM Trustee '11 David Haase, PM William Huegel, PM Trustee '12 George Burgess, PM Jim Roberts, PM Andy Paradowski, PM

From the Secretary’s Desk Thank you for your vote of confidence in electing me as your secretary for the 2010 core of officers. Congratulations to our Worshipful Master elect and our Senior and Junior Wardens elect. And good luck for 2010. Hope to see you at the Installation of Officers on January 16, 2010. With the new year, most of us have paid our 2010 dues. Please check your dues card to make sure you are up to date. Happy New Year, David Haase Secretary

Kenwood Council #34 Royal & Select Masons

January/February, 2010

Trustee Corner Congratulations to our newly elected Trustees for the coming term. We are looking forward to working with the 2010 officers of the lodge. Our next meeting will be January 19, 2010 to pick officers for the Trustees. We will meet in the George Washington Lounge at 6:30 pm before Lodge. All are invited. Remember, our Stewards will be serving dinner starting at 6:00 pm so that we can eat before the meeting!

Dinner Club The next Dinner Clubs will be Fridays, January 29th at Claim Jumper, East side of Brookfield Square by Sears, and February 26th at Balistreri’s Bluemound Inn at 6501 West Bluemound Road. Drinks at 6pm followed by dinner and lively conversation. All are welcome at Dinner Club including ladies, friends and family. Please RSVP by the Thursday before each Dinner Club meeting. Dick Paradowski at 262-782-8835.

Questions, problems or concerns? Call Walt Smith at 414-906-1695. “I’m here to help!”

Kenwood North Shore Chapter #90 Royal Arch Masons

Companions, We are in our long one-and-a-half year term. Elections will be held this Spring on the second Thursday of April, the eighth. Please join us. Thank you all for the wonderful time we had at our Christmas Party on December 10th. A great time was had by all. Our meeting dates will be February 11, April 8, and June 10.

Thank you for making our joint Christmas Party with Kenwood Council a success. With a great turn out we all had a good time and super food. Our next meeting dates will be January 14, March 11, and May 13. We will be looking forward to a great year 2010!

Zealously yours, David Haase Thrice Illustrious Master

Zealously yours, David Haase Excellent High Priest

3


4

Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

by Terry Johannes This is the fourth in a series about Masonic Temples no longer being used for their original purpose. These abandoned and reclaimed structures remain memorials to our glorious past. Dedicated to this quest, the author investigates the Lost Temples of Wisconsin. -ed.

Myron Reed Lodge was formed by a group masons in the Town of North Milwaukee in 1908 and received its charter in 1909. For years they met in a converted boarding house at 33rd and Villard, the current location of the Villard Library. In 1957 Myron Reed Lodge moved into their new Temple on the corner of Sherman & Villard. The Town of Milwaukee was incorporated into the City of Milwaukee in 1958.

Myron Reed Lodge #297, 4300 W. Villard Avenue

Wrought Iron Square & Compasses and Eastern Star emblems can still be seen at the front door.

For years Myron Reed Lodge was active in the neighborhood, provided scholarships to students at Custer High school, and laid claim as" The Friendliest Lodge in North Milwaukee". The Lodge building was sold in 1996 and Myron Reed moved to the McKinley Masonic center in Brookfield. Today true heart Missionary Baptist Church occupies the old Lodge. Wrought Iron Square & Compasses and Eastern Star emblems can still be seen at the front door.

Temple photos by Terry Johannes Source for Lost Temples: Forward Freemasonry Vol.1&2, Allan E. Iding, editor, Grand Lodge F&AM of WI, 1996

Correction

Laying the Corner Stone by Terry Johannes As I research the former Masonic Temples of Wisconsin, I have found references to the ceremony involved when laying the cornerstone of the Temple. This was a big event with reports of up to 2,000 Masons marching from the old meeting place to the site of the new Temple. These parades were often led by a band with Masonic groups such as the Knights Templar, Royal Arch Masons, and the Scottish Rite Bodies represented. What a sight this must have been for the people living on the parade route! I came into possession of a series of photographs showing the Masonic parade and the laying of the cornerstone for James A. Garfield Temple on 27th & Chambers in 1921. The parade started at Garfield's old

In the last issue of The Surveyor, Lost Temples, the following parenthetical was printed: ( Older lodges were Melody Lodge No. 1 in Milton and Melody Lodge No. 2 in Plattville). Deputy Grand Master Joseph B. Harker brought to our attention that Lodge No. 1 was in Mineral Point and that it was named Mineral Point Lodge. He was indeed correct in the location, however, Mineral Point Lodge No. 1 was originally called Melody Lodge No. 1 and only changed its name when Melody Lodge No. 2 was formed. –ed.

meeting place at St. Paul's Mission Hall on 12th & Center streets (The building still stands across from North Division High School). The parade marched up Center to 27th and then four blocks north to Chambers Street. The Church in the background of many of the pictures still stands at 26th & Center. Little else in these photos remains today.


Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

Laying the Cornerstone for James A. Garfield Temple, 1921

Pic 1

Pic 2

Pic 3

Pic 4

Pic 5

Pic 7

Pic 6

Pic 8

5


6

Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

All meals require prior reservations.

Upcoming Menus* Menus* January 5, 2010 Stated Meeting Chicken Cordon Bleu Rice Pilaf Green Beans Almondine Dessert: Apple Pie January 19, 2010 Stated Meeting Spaghetti & Meatballs Green Garden Salad Garlic Bread Dessert: Mini Eclairs

January/February, 2010

February 2, 2010 Stated Meeting Chicken Teriyaki Fried Rice Oriental Vegetables Egg Rolls Dessert: Cherry Pie February 16, 2010 School of Instruction Dessert: Caramel Apple Blossoms Kopps Custard

*Drinks for all meals include choice of : coffee, soda, tea, milk, water.

To place your reservation, simply tell Chuck Carroll in person, or call him at 414336-4252 or email him at: sifuchuck@aol.com, no later than the weekend prior to each stated meeting date. Reserved members and guests will be served first from 6-7pm. If you do not make a reservation, there may not be a meal available for you. Tell Chuck if you think you may be late and a plate will be set aside for you.

Come to the Installation! GW1776 2010 Officers Installation will be Saturday, January 16, 2010 at Silver Spring Masonic Center. Call WM Walt Smith so he will know how many to expect.

E Annual George Washington Dinner Monday, February 22nd Reception at 5:30 pm Dinner at 6:00 pm Brethren, bring your ladies and guests, and welcome the 2010 recipient of the George Washington 1776 Man of the Year Award. If you are planning to attend, RSVP our Junior Warden, Chuck Carroll at 414-336-4252 or email Chuck at sifuchuck@aol.com. Name:_______________________________________________ Lodge No.______________ Phone Number___________________________________email____________________________ Number attending

@ $12.50 = Total Amount Enclosed $

Please return reservation by February 5, 2010 to: Chuck Carroll — 2170 W. Marne Ave. — Glendale, WI 53209

Note: If you make a reservation, you must include payment. Family and Friends Welcome!


Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

7

Recent Events At and About the Lodge Chili Today Hot Tamale!

Chuck Carroll fills in for Otto Tesch at the JW Chili Cookoff

By Barb Carroll The Henry Palmer Lodge challenged other area lodges to a Jr. Warden Chili Cook Off held on November 7, 2009. As Otto Tesch was incapacitated at the time, my husband, Chuck Carroll took up the gauntlet with Otto’s blessing. Chuck never does anything halfway; he puts everything he has into whatever he does. Since the rules stated that more than one kind of chili could be entered, he chose to make three. The first was Green Chili made with pork, green chili peppers and tomatillos, which are kind of like green tomatoes in a papery husk. Next was LBJ’s Pedernales River Chili, a beef chili developed by Lady Bird Johnson. The showcase was his own Texas Red Chili, which was inspired by the San Antonio Chili Queens who cooked their chili all day over open campfires and served it to hungry military personnel at the end of their shifts. Chuck’s Texas Red Chili has both beef and pork and is moderately hot due to the liberal use of spices, herbs, onions, and of course peppers. Real Texas chili never has beans. Beans are considered a side dish or accompaniment to the chili. Chuck learned his chilimaking skills from his father who entered and won several Texas chili cook offs! Our kitchen was transformed to “chili central” for three days prior to the cook off as recipes were refined, ingredients were gathered, and pots large enough to hold five gallons of chili were sought out, with little success. The activity spilled over into the dining room where Chuck put together an educational and colorful display including the history of chili making, pictures of Chili Queens, quotes about chili, samples of various herbs, spices and peppers used to make chili, and an authentic Chili Queen’s dress. On the day of the cook off, with Keith Sergeant’s help, Chuck prepared his Texas Red Chili at GW Lodge, where he could find an over-size pot and a stove large enough to accommodate his special recipe. The other

two chilis he made in small two-gallon batches at home. They transported the chilis and display to Henry Palmer Lodge to compete with several other chili afficionados. The various kinds of chili in competition were as diverse and distinct as those who offered them. I was privileged to sample some excellent offerings. At the risk of sounding biased, however, I truly believe Chuck’s Texas Red Chili was the finest in the cook off. It was meaty, thick and hot, but not too hot as to mask the good balance of flavors. The Chili Cook Off sponsored by the Henry Palmer Lodge was a wonderful event which was wellattended by many people associated with lodges throughout Milwaukee County and beyond. In the end, Chuck only lost by four votes. As this was a “People’s Choice” competition, the lodge with the most people attending was the most likely to win. Next year, let’s all go out to support George Washington Lodge at the Henry Palmer Lodge Chili Cook Off.

Masonic Education Night Big Hit WHITEFISH BAY, WI Friday, November13th marked the second Masonic Education Night at GW1776 lodge. The evening started with ice cream and caramel apple blossoms. The first speaker was Tyler Kristopeit who gave a detailed talk about the office of Tiler. After that there was a lively discussion as various guests and members told favorite Tiler tales. Also speaking was Josh Armstrong who spoke on Masonic Vocabulary, Andy Paradowski who discussed the concept of the Profane and Chuck Carroll who spoke on Derogatory Masonic Terms. Welcome guests included William Krohn, Clarence Kienppel, and Rich Polivka, all from Wauwatosa Lodge No. 291.


8

Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

Laurel Oaks Special Communications On Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 7:00 pm brethren from GW1776 held a special communication at Laurel Oaks Retirement Community, 1700 W Bender Rd., Glendale, for Masons who reside there. The meeting was organized by Terry Johannes who was in attendance along with brothers George Burgess, Horace Palmer, David Haase, Andy Paradowski, Walt Smith, Will Cekosh, Joe Fahrenkopf, and Keith Sargeant. Brothers at Laurel Oaks enjoy Masonic fellowship.

GW1776 Hosted Table Lodge at Sprecher Brewery GLENDALE, WI The brothers of George Washington Lodge hosted a Table Lodge at Sprecher Brewery on Thursday October 29, which included the Ceremony of the Seven Toasts. The German-themed dinner was accompanied by excellent Sprecher beers and sodas. The Table Lodge was tiled in the EA degree, and was attended by brethren from throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. Those in attendance had the opportunity to purchase toasting cannons which were being sold by the George Washington Stein Club as a fund raiser for charity.

Answers to

Joshua’s Masonic Crossword by Joshua Armstrong Let us know if you would like to see more Masonic Puzzles! Maybe a Jumble? If you enjoy having your brain teased, and would like to see more puzzles in The Surveyor, call or write: Chuck Carroll, Editor The Surveyor 2170 West Marne Ave. Glendale, WI 53209 414-336-4252 sifuchuck@aol.com

GW1776 Masonic Fund Extends a Hand The Lodge gave a total of $3,150 in donations this year to several worthy charitable organizations, including the following: Angel Fund Potter Kids Prince Hall Kathy House Family House Second Harvest Salvation Army St. Joseph Hospital Center for the Blind Golden Retriever Rescue United Methodist Children Blessed Trinity Food Pantry Veteran’s Home at King, Wisconsin


Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

9

Upcoming Events Back to School School of Instruction is at Freemasons Lodge 7 pm Wednesday, January 27, 2010 and 7:30 pm at GW1776 Lodge Tuesday, February 16, 2010. Be sure to come and support the Lodge. It is always fun as well as educational.

To Host Chinese New Year Lion Dance Three Pillars Senior Living Communities in Dousman will be hosting a Chinese Lion Dance to celebrate the Chinese New Year on Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 2:00 pm. The Lion Dance will be performed by the world-renowned Whitefish Bay Kung Fu Club, led by GW1776 Junior Warden Chuck Carroll.

GW1776 Lodge To Host Joint Breakfast With Prince Hall by Mark Truesdell Over the years we've developed a sense of the possibilities that Prince Hall and WI Grand Masons may accomplish together and we are calling on all interested Brothers and Lodges to attend breakfast on Saturday, January 9th at 8:00 AM for a discussion. The breakfast is informal but adherence to the Masonic protocol of no politics is important. For the past 5-6 years representatives from George Washington, Aurora and Prince Hall and other area Lodges have met for informal breakfast meetings at local restaurants. The purpose has been to use our bond as Masons to foster better communications within our often divided community. We've learned a lot from each other and our

THE SURVEYOR

Whitefish Bay Kung Fu Lion Dancers

lives have been much richer as a result - Masonically and personally. Please contact me, Mark Truesdell, PM if you can attend or would like more information. mark.truesdell@gmail.com 414-659-4090 cell

GW Stein Club Gives This year, George Washington Stein Club donated $3,375.00 to the GW1776 Masonic Fund to be distributed to worthy charities. The George Washington Stein Club will meet 7:00pm on January 21st and February 18th at Sprecher Brewery. Members whose birthdays fall on those months must bring treats for all and are encouraged to consider holiday themes. Toasting cannons are still available.

THE SURVEYOR Vol. XI No. 1 Š2010 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board A Bi-Monthly Periodical Established July, 2000 Chuck Carroll, Editor in Chief Barb Carroll, Proof Reader Contributors: David Haase, PM; Otto Tesch, PM; Walt Smith; Terry Johannes; Andy Paradowski, PM; Joshua Armstrong, PM Photographers: Chuck Carroll; Terry Johannes The Surveyor is printed & mailed by Central File Inc., Br. Dan Chaudoir, President. Payment for printing is donated directly to the George Washington Masonic Fund. Silver Spring Masonic Center 517 E. Beaumont Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Deadline for submissions for the March/April issue of The Surveyor: Tuesday, February 2, 2010


10 Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

BUSINESS CARD DIRECTORY Hours: 8 AM to 6 PM Saturdays Until 4 PM Closed Mondays

Appointments 964-4080

Haase’s Hair Emporium DAVE HAASE Master Barber/Stylist Proprietor

5168 N. Hollywood Ave. Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Paying too much for your Health Insurance? for a Free Quote

Call Chuck Carroll 414-336-4252 Specializing in Life, Major Medical & Medicare Supplement Insurance

FRANKLIN G NUERNBERGER Accountant/Tax Specialist

414-357-8141 414-581-2019 Cell

9133 North 70th Street Milwaukee, WI 53223

Magic Entertainment for any occasion

Daniel R. Chaudoir

414-365-9000 5277 W. Beaver Creek Parkway (800) 749-6245 Toll Free

President

REILLY & FRIENDS ROBERT BATCHELDER C.B.W. & ACTIVITY PLANNER

Walt Smith

510 E BEAUMONT AVE WHITEFISH BAY, W53217 414.916.0054

Stage u Closeup Strolling

For booking call Tel: (414)906-1695

Consumer First Insurance Switch for the Savings & Stay for the SERVICE Agent: William Cekosh P.O. box 535, Grafton, WI 53024 SUPER PREFERRED TO HIGH RISK AUTO/HOME/UMBRELLA/AND THE TOYS! Office: 262-377-9897 Customer Service: 414-546-6920 Email: williamcekosh@yahoo.com

skywtchr@wi.rr.com

SPRECHER BREWING COMPANY, INC. “World Class Beers and Gourmet Sodas” “Remarkably Good Taste”

DAVID A. BOWEN Inside Events and Corporate Gifts Manager 701 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, WI 53209 Phone: (414) 964-7837(SUDS) Cell: (414) 975-1154 FAX (414) 964-2462 Email: dbowen@sprecherbrewery.com www.sprecherbrewery.com

Got a Business to Advertise? We are offering free space to members of the GW1776 Lodge. Send your business card to: The Surveyor, c/o Chuck Carroll, EIC, 2170 West Marne Ave., Glendale, WI 53209 or email: sifuchuck@aol.com


Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

11

Calendar of Events January SUN

MON

2010 TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31 1

January 4 7:00pm 5 6:00pm 7:30pm 11 7:00pm 14 7:30 16 11:00am 18 7:00pm 19 6:00pm 7:30pm 21 7:00pm 25 7:00pm 27 7:00pm 29

NEW YEAR’S DAY

6:00pm

Degree Team New Officers Light Supper Stated Communication Degree Team Kenwood NS Chapter #90 2010 Officer Installation Degree Team Light Supper Stated Communication GW Stein Club at Sprecher Degree Team School of Instruction Freemason’s Lodge Dinner Club

February 2010 1

February SUN

2

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FR

SAT

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28 2 14 14

GROUNDHOG DAY CHINESE NEW YEAR (TIGER) BEGINS ST. VALENTINE’S DAY

8 11 13 15 16 18 22 25-28 26

7:00pm 6:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 7:30 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 6:00pm

Degree Team Light Supper Stated Communication Degree Team Kenwood Council #34 Valentine Dinner/Dance Tripoli Shrine Degree Team School of Instruction GW Stein Club at Sprecher George Washington Dinner Shrine Circus Dinner Club

March March SUN

2010 1 MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

17

ST. PATRICK’S DAY

18 22

7:00pm 6:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 6:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

26

6:00pm

2 8 11 15 16

Degree Team Light Supper Stated Communication Degree Team Kenwood NS Chapter #90 Degree Team St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Stated Communication GW Stein Club at Sprecher School of Instruction Wauwatosa Lodge Dinner Club


12 Vol. XI No. 1 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

January/February, 2010

2009 Lodge Officers Worshipful Master Walt Smith 414-906-1695

Senior Warden Otto Tesch, PM 414-445-3537 ottomilw@sbcglobal.net

Junior Warden Chuck Carroll 414-336-4252 sifuchuck@aol.com

Senior Deacon William Cekosh 414-704-2810 williamcekosh@yahoo.com

Junior Deacon Josh Armstrong, PM 414-543-9964 jarmstrong@wi.rr.com

Senior Steward Keith Sargeant 414-881-7060 wisarge@yahoo.com

Treasurer Charles Roeder, PM 262-238-0162 croeder2@wi.rr.com

Secretary David Haase, PM 414-964-4080

Junior Steward Tyler Kristopeit 608-346-0066 tylerjk2@uwm.edu

Counselor Mark Truesdell, PM 262-376-2173

Tiler James Roberts, PM 414-332-8247

Chaplain Horace Palmer, PM 414-332-3515

mark.truesdell@gmail.com

jamesruthann@yahoo.com

George Washington 1776 Lodge No. 337 F&AM Silver Spring Masonic Center 517 E. Beaumont Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Lodge Phone: 414-964-4080 ĂŠ Visit our Web Site: WWW.GW1776.ORG


"The Surveyor": January/February 2010  

"The Surveyor" is the official Publication/Trestleboard of George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 Free and Accepted Masons in Whitefish Bay, Wisc...

Advertisement
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you