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Tampa Scottish Rite Masonic Center 5500 Memorial Highway y Tampa, FL 33634 y (813) 886-0578 Meets 2nd Monday of Each Month Volume 35 No. 1 y January - February 2012 www.srtampa.org

www.helpforkidspeech.org/sr Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Valley of Tampa, Orient of Florida

276th Reunion October 22 & 29, 2011 Vernon T. Clark, Jr. 33° – Memorial Class

Officers of the Bodies and Distinguished Brothers Front Row-Left: John F. Wermann, 32° KCCH - Venerable Master; Richard S. Agster, 33° - Wise Master; Stanley H. Rakita, 32° KCCH - Commander; Coleman Hill, 32° KCCH - Master of Kadosh; Russell B. Glendinning, 33° - Personal Representative; John E. Drewett, 33° - General Secretary; Louis Ortt, 33° - Prelate; Ronald Kalisz, 33°; Ronald Herring, Sr., 33°. Second Row-Left: Kenneth R. James, II, 33°, Right: W. Bruce Steube, III 33°. Third Row-Left: John M. Bankhead, 33°, Right: Barry D. Hart, 33°.

Class Members Arthur J. Ahrens, III, Larry D. Barnes, Barry R. Batezel, Jack B. Berthy, George D. Cason, Lawrence W. Clark, James R. Cline, Eugene F. Counsel, Brice J. Cross, Peter N. Diaz, John W. Edds, Kyle J. Ellis, John E. Ferguson, Steven M. Fetherman, Rick Gibbs, Larry R. Gillespie, Michael D. Greenlee, Eric D. Hatcher, Angel F. Herrera, Jr., David C. Hook. Eric T. Horne, William R. Hughes, Carl A. Ivins, Jr., Stephan Korda, Edward L. Korshin, Barry M. Lea, James E. Maciejewski, James A. Mayo, Jerry R. McCally, Adrin D. McGough, Edward J. McMichael, Scott T. Mitchell, Patrick C. Osborne, Timothy A. Pelaez, Anthony L. Pickren, Michael S. Potter, Manuel F. Salazar, Fernando A. Sauri, Sterling A. Sawyer, Billy D. Schmidt, Roger W. Smith, Michael H. St. James, Joseph Tarica, Wayne N. Taylor, Daniel S. Tibbetts, Carlos M. Valdes, Donald C. Venedam, Jr.


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Executive Committee

Personal Representative

OFFICERS Russell B. Glendinning, 33°

by Ill. Russell B. Glendinning, 33°

Chairman

Kenneth A. Warner, 32° KCCH Master of Kadosh - Tampa Consistory

Kenneth P. Scott, 32° Commander - Council of Kadosh

Louis E. Nelsen, 32° KCCH Wise Master - Chapter of Rose Croix

Ronald P. Lupien, 32° KCCH Venerable Master - Lodge of Perfection

Barry D. Hart, 33° Prior

Richard J. Whalen, Sr., 33º Treasurer

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE Casey A. Fletcher, 32° W. Bruce Steube, III, 33° William B. Garrett, Jr., 32° Gerald M. Lee, 32° KCCH VALLEY OF TAMPA CONTACTS Scottish Rite Office (813) 886-0578 info@srtampa.org

Russell B. Glendinning, 33° Personal Representative (941) 356-7209 personalrepresentative@srtampa.org

John E. Drewett, 33° General Secretary (813) 886-0578 generalsecretary@srtampa.org

Trish Warhul Administrative Assistant (813) 886-0578 info@srtampa.org

Richard J. Whalen, Sr, 33º Treasurer treasurer@srtampa.org

Coleman L. Hill, 32 KCCH Almoner almoner@srtampa.org

C. Donald Prosser 33º Director of Work dow@srtampa.org

Stephen D. Piner, 33º Webmaster webmaster@srtampa.org

Bulletin Editor bulletin@srtampa.org

Brethren: HAPPY NEW YEAR! Here it is January 2012. Your Scottish Rite had a challenging year in 2011 but I feel that we came through it better than some expected. We again hosted the Orient of Florida's Honors Weekend and were happy to welcome Ill∴ Ronald Seale, 33°, Grand Commander of the Southern Jurisdiction to the Consistory for the weekend's activities. To begin the year, congratulations are in order to those who have been elected to serve the Valley of Tampa in 2012. Of course, I am talking about our new Master of Kadosh, Brother Kenneth Warner, 32° KCCH, Commander of Kadosh, Brother Ken Scott, 32°, Wise Master, Brother Louie Nelsen, 32° KCCH and Venerable Master, Brother Ron Lupien, 32° KCCH. These four brothers along with the other members of the Executive Committee will be working hard during the year to provide the leadership and new ideas that will make us successful this year. For these programs to be successful, we will need the support of as many of our members as possible. Many brothers worked hard in 2011 for the benefit of the Valley. A special thanks go out to our outgoing heads of the Bodies, Brother John Wermann, 32° KCCH, Ill∴ Richard Agster, 33°, Brother Stan Rakita, 32° KCCH and Brother Coleman Hill, 32° KCCH for everything that they did in 2011. I would also like to thank Brothers Rick Hoover, 32° KCCH and Carl Gilmore, 32° KCCH for their years of service on the Executive Committee. Brethren, your work and efforts are greatly appreciated by all the members of the Valley. All of our Committee Chairmen and their committees spent many hours this year getting ready for our Reunions, Flag Day, our monthly meetings and our efforts on behalf of the Scottish Rite Foundation of Florida. Brethren, THANK YOU for all that you have done this past year. In closing, brethren I ask again that you do what you can for your Scottish Rite in 2012, That may be attending Consistory meetings, Club meetings, volunteering your time for projects that need to be accomplished or encouraging your Blue Lodge brethren who are not members of the Scottish Rite to take that next step in Freemasonry. As always, ideas and suggestions are always welcomed and encouraged.

Scottish Rite Calendar Have you checked out the Scottish Rite calendar on the website <www.srtampa.org>? We have listed all of the known events that will be taking place at your Scottish Rite in 2012 along with the meeting dates, times and places of our Scottish Rite Clubs. As new events are planned, the calendar will be updated to keep you informed so you may want to check back often. The Scottish Rite Foundation Helps Children


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General Secretary by Ill. John E. Drewett, 33° Donations to Operating Fund Prior to the last Executive Committee meeting, the Investment Committee had a meeting with its advisor from Smith Barney. Our advisor, along with the members from the Investment Committee, has strongly recommended that the Executive Committee come up with a way to generate funds in order to run the Consistory on a daily basis. Currently, the Consistory has to take money out of the investment portfolio in order to operate. We have done a good job at controlling operating expenses, but most of the line item expenses are fixed, such as utility bills. In addition, we just received from the Supreme Council an invoice for $52,416 for per-capita billing for 3,278 members. This is a 90% assessment based on membership records as of November 29. We will still be billed for the remaining 10%. With that in mind, I would like to respectfully request that you remember that it takes money to keep up a 38-year-old building the size of our Masonic Center. Please consider making a donation to the Operating Fund so that we may continue to operate out of this magnificent building that we are blessed to own. Calling All Volunteers The Scottish Rite is looking for volunteers to assist with several projects around the Masonic Center. We are looking to formalize a list of members' names and phone numbers, along with any special talents or interests that you may have. If you are indeed interested in being a volunteer, please call the Masonic Center to sign up. Scottish Rite Masonic Funeral/ Memorial Service The Scottish Rite does have an absolutely beautiful funeral/memorial service that is available to its members. Unfortunately, most members are totally

unaware that it exists, and are only aware of the basic Masonic funeral/memorial service available from Blue Lodge. The service is available to all Scottish Rite Masons who are current with their dues. Unfortunately, we have attended way to many funerals and/or memorial services where it wasn't even mentioned that the deceased was a very active Mason. This occurs because the brother has not properly expressed his wishes for a Masonic service in writing to members of his family. Please don't let this happen to you. If you would like to have a Scottish Rite funeral or memorial service, document it in writing and give it to your loved ones. If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact the General Secretary.

From The General Secretary We extend a hearty welcome and a warm hand of fellowship to a Master of the Royal Secret who has joined us by Affiliation and Reinstatement since publication of our last bulletin. Scottish Rite Freemasonry welcomes all its members and visitors within its portal - visit us as often as time permits, we guarantee good fellowship, new friends and an opportunity to work with us for the benefit of Freemasonry and Scottish Rite in particular.

Affiliation Vernon A. Bartz, 32° Craig A. Moyer, 32° Clarence J. Brauner Jr., 32° Ted A. Oliveira, 32° Juan C. Gonzalez, 32° Nicholas P. Sardelis Jr., 32°

Reinstatement Patrick A. Linder, 32°

Scottish Rite Club News Deputy Grand Master RW Jorge Aladro 32° KCCH presented a program on the history and formation of the Masonic Home at the Lake Region Scottish Rite Club's November meeting.

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Scottish Rite Clubs Lake Region Scottish Rite Club 3rd Thursday, 6:30 p.m. (dark June, July and August) Lakeland Lodge No. 91 505 N Mass. Avenue, Lakeland, FL

North Pinellas Scottish Rite Club 2nd Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. Reservations preferred, phone (727) 460-1824 Kally-K’s Steakery Fishery 1600 Main Street, Dunedin, FL

Pinellas Scottish Rite Club 1st Friday, 11:00 a.m. Perkins Family Restaurant 8841 Park Blvd., N, Largo, FL Information & Reservations (727) 577-5923

Sarasota Scottish Rite Club 2nd Friday, 11:30 a.m. in odd numbered months (dark July) Sahib Shrine 600 N. Beneva Road, Sarasota, FL

or 1st Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. in even numbered months (dark December) Scottish Rite Club Building 240 S. Tuttle Avenue, Sarasota, FL

Good for You The following Brothers recently received certificates and lapel pins:

Twenty-five Year Certificates & Lapel Pins Norris C. Baxter, Jr., 32° William C. Cobb, 32° KCCH Charles G. Cumpstone, Jr., 33° Dale D. Goodson, 32° Gary K. Esteppe, 33° Thomas E. Johnson, Jr., 32° Bryan G. Pullman, 32° James M. Russell, 32°

Millionaire Certificate & Lapel Pin All R's Pest Management, Inc. H. Ronald Foxworthy, 33° Renea & Russell B. Glendinning, 33° In memory of Robert L. Goldsmith, 33° Richard G. Hoover, 32° KCCH In memory of David A. Blate, 33° & Vernon T. Clark, 33° Alice & Louie A. King, 33° Palma Ceia Lodge No. 290 R. James Rocha, 33° Joan & Kenneth A. Warner, 32° KCCH In memory of Gary A. Warner Beverly & Richard J. Whalen Sr., 33°

Scottish Rite Master Craftsman II Certificate & Lapel Pin Richard M. Artz, 32°

Certificates of Appreciation Herbert H. Atwood, 32° Joyce & Kenneth D. Balsley, 33° Dorothy & James W. Long Sr., 33° Ronald P. Lupien, 32° KCCH Andres Lwarner. Morin, 32° Joseph P. Wells, 32°

Perpetual Certificates Sun City Center Scottish Rite Club 3rd Monday, 11:30 a.m. (dark June, July, August and September) Freedom Plaza Club Sun City Center, FL

Support your Scottish Rite Club Deadline for Mar./April Bulletin February 6 - Contributor deadline February 15 - Office contributor deadline February 17 - Transmit print file to our printer

John S. Fenby, 32° Richard D. Reeves, 32° Roger W. Smith, 32°

2012 Valley Officers Tampa Consistory Master of Kadosh ...Kenneth A. Warner, 32° KCCH Prior .............................................. Barry D. Hart, 33° Preceptor ...................... Brian H. Manne, 32° KCCH Chancellor ................. Jerome E. Murray, 32° KCCH Minister of State ................. Brian D. Campbell, 32° Marshal of Ceremonies ..Norman R. Newcomb, 32°

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Expert ................................. Joseph A. Gonzalez, 32° Asst. Expert ..............Christopher H. Schlenker, 32° Capt. Of the Guard ............... Charles R. Jordan, 32°

Tampa Council of Kadosh Commander ............................. Kenneth P. Scott, 32° 1st Lt. Commander ..... James J.T. Blum, 32° KCCH 2nd Lt. Commander ..... Lynn C. Raposa, 32° KCCH Chancellor .................................. Ronald Ramos, 32° Orator ................. Richard C. Hollie, Sr., 32° KCCH Marshal of Ceremonies ..... Benjamin J. Raposa, 32° Turcopilier............................. Casey A. Fletcher ,32° Draper ......................... L. Edward Villiaume, III, 32° First Deacon ........................ Joshua A. Sussman, 32° Second Deacon ............ Carl E. Gilmore, 32° KCCH Bearer of Beausant ................... David T. Agster, 32° Bearer White Standard ..... Gerald L. Torgerson, 32° Bearer Black Stand ................... Richard Cowan, 32° Lt. of the Guard ......................... Stephan Korda, 32°

Tampa Chapter of Rose Croix Wise Master ................. Louis E. Nelsen, 32° KCCH Senior Warden ........................... Fred F. Ciampi, 32° Junior Warden ........... William F. Wyllie, 32° KCCH Orator ................... Stephen B. Jacobson, 32° KCCH Master of Ceremoies ..... James W. Ford, 32° KCCH Expert ................................................F. E. Street, 32° Asst. Expert ........................ Herbert H. Atwood, 32° Standard Bearer ...................... Steven J. Silvers, 32° Guardian of the Temple Robert D. Davidson, 32°KCCH

Tampa Lodge of Perfection Venerable Master ....... Ronald P. Lupien, 32° KCCH Senior Warden ............... William B. Garrett, Jr., 32° Junior Warden .......... George D. Hernandez, Sr., 32° Orator ............................... Dwight N. Ridgeway, 32° Master of Ceremonies ...... Leonard J. A. Smith, 32° Expert ................................. Theodoor A. Vreuls, 32° Asst. Expert ...................... Arthur J. Aherns, III, 32° Captain of the Host............... Robert L. Phillips, 32°

For the Four Coordinate Bodies General Secretary ............ Ill∴ John E. Drewett, 33° Treasurer ............... Ill∴ Richard J. Whalen, Sr., 33° Almoner ...................... Coleman L. Hill, 32° KCCH Prelate ................................... Ill∴ Louis H. Ortt, 33° Tiler ................................... Jose D. Diaz, 32° KCCH Associate Tiler .............................Andres Morin, 32°

Kenneth A. Warner, 32° KCCH Master of Kadosh Our 2012 Master of Kadosh, Kenneth A. Warner, 32° KCCH is a third generation Scottish Rite Mason, going back to his 91year old grandfather, Larry A. Warner, 32°, who has been a member of the fraternity for over 60 years. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Brother Warner and his wife and son moved to Florida 18 years ago and settled in Clearwater with no desire to move back to Pennsylvania. Soon after becoming a Master of the Royal Secret on November 9, 2002, Brother Ken got involved in the Consistory where he was appointed in the Consistory line. In addition to his duties going through the chairs, he is an active member of the Scottish Rite Guard, serving as Commander in 2010, participating in the 4th, 5th, 24th, 30th, 31st and 32nd Degrees and has completed the Scottish Rite Master Craftsman I program. He is also a member of the Past Masters ... continued on page 7

Kenneth P. Scott, 32° Commander of the Council Brother Ken Scott, 32° was elected to serve the Tampa Council of Kadosh as its Commander for the year 2012. Brother Scott is a member of John Darling Lodge No. 154 and served as Worshipful Master in 1998. A Tampa native, Ken is a graduate of Hillsborough Community College and the University of Tampa where he graduated in 1981 with a degree in Business Management/Pre-Law. He is also a graduate of the Tampa Police Academy (1981), the U.S. Department ... continued on page 7

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Director of Work by Ill. C. Donald Prosser, 33°

I would like to wish all my Brethren a happy New and Prosperous New Year. I would also like all of us to restart an old custom we had used for many, many years in the Valley of Tampa, but somehow just got thrown under the bus, to use a modern phrase. When you attend a meeting, or function at our "Temple" or your "Blue Lodge." When you meet another brother, especially a Brother you don't know his name-us older Brothers have this problem a lot, or recognize, or even if you do, walk up to him, say "welcome, my Brother, glad to be with you, (give him your name",) sit with him if you're having supper, or attending a degree or just a meeting. That's what Fellowship and Brotherly Love is all about. All too often I have heard many new Entered Apprentices and new Masters of the Royal Secret stand around like lost sheep, no one greets them or seems to care anything about them, and then we wonder why our membership continues to decline? Remember those words, "Relief, Truth And Brotherly Love," we are taught as part of the foundation of Freemasonry. I challenge each and every one of you my Brothers in 2012 to make it part of your New Year's Resolution. God Bless.

Valley of Tampa History by Ill. C. Donald Prosser, 33° Let us return to some of those early years in each of our bodies for some interesting facts about the Valley of Tampa. Tau Lodge of Perfection No. 7 in 1912. In 1912 had Ill. Brother George P. Sullivan 33° resign as Venerable Master and Brother Wilmot Fitts, Master of Hillsborough Lodge No. 25 in 1908 & 1934, was elected as Venerable Master. On January 22, 1912 the Mobile Consistory No. 2 and Pensacola Consistory No. 3, conferred all 29 Degrees on our class of 54 new Masters of the Royal Secret, under the direction of Ill. Brother J. H. McCormick 33°. This was the first time the Tampa Lodge of Perfection had ever had such a large class, and the first time all 29 degree were conferred. McLean Chapter of Rose Croix No. 1. In 1911 the Chapter authorized presenting Ill. Albert Pike's 33°

book, "Morals & Dogma" to all new Brethren who had not received it in the Lodge of Perfection. On April 10, 1911, the Wise Master and Secretary communicated the Chapter Degrees to two 14° Brethren. Maundy Thursday and Easter Sunday Services were conducted on April 13 and 15 respectively. 14° Brothers Jeane E. Burger and Wilmot Fitts were communicated the Chapter degrees. The only Chapter meeting in 1912, was held on January 1, 1912. Brother George P. Sullivan resigned as Wise Master and was elected as Senior Warden, and Brother Fitts resigned as Senior Warden and was Elected as Wise Master. Bruce Preceptory Knights Kadosh No. 1. 1911 began on May 8 with 3 Brother were communicated the 19°24°, May 15 25°-27° to the same three Brothers, and on May 22 completed this body's work with the 28° - 30°. On June 28 ten Brothers were communicated the 19°30°. By Special dispensation from Ill. Olin S. Wright Deputy Brother Jeane Burgert 18° was communicated the 19°-30°. Tampa Consistory No 1. The year 1912 was the beginning of modern Scottish Rite as per Supreme Council Rules. All Bodies were allowed to approve holding joint meeting, and this was passed by the Valley of Tampa together with another Supreme Council Rule, the Consistory assumed as the presiding body, replacing the Lodge of Perfection. At the January 1, 1912 meeting, Ill. Olin S. Wright 33°, Deputy resigned as Master of Kadosh, and George P. Sullivan was elected to that office. The Supreme Council membership report for the Valley of Tampa for 1911 was as follows; Lodge of Perfection - 255 members; Chapter of Rose Croix - 253 members; Preceptory - 244 members; and Consistory 242. at the September 9 meeting a motion was made and approved allowing purchase of a Life Membership by a Brother in good standing for a total of $100 for all four bodies.

Chili Cook-Off!!!! The Valley of Tampa will sponsor our first Chili Cook-Off to benefit the Scottish Rite Foundation of Florida, Inc. The event will be held on Saturday, January 21, 2012 on the grounds of the Tampa Scottish Rite from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.. Some of the Tampa Bay area's greatest chili cooks will be represented, preparing their own chili recipes for judging. Who will prepare the best chili? Who will be the fan favorite? Who will walk away with the honor of being crowned the champion of the event? You will have to be there to find out and to sample some of the various

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chili that will be prepared. This will certainly be an event that chili lovers of all ages will want to attend. Tickets are available in advance or at the gate on the day of the event for $5 per person. In addition, chili-tasting cups will be available for $1 so you can taste the chili when it is done and ready for judging. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Scottish Rite Foundation of Florida, Inc. and the event is open to everyone so invite your friends and family to attend. The chili lover in your life will be grateful to you.

Annual Installation of Officers On January 9, 2012, we will install the officers who will lead the Valley of Tampa in the new year. Along with the officers of the four coordinate bodies, we will also install the officers of the Knights of St. Andrew, KCCH Organization, Past Masters Association, Scottish Rite Guard and our Scottish Rite Clubs. The installation is open to all members, their families and friends and will begin at 7:30 p.m. Prior to the installation, dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. (cost is $9 per person). Mark your calendars to be there and please notify the Scottish Rite Office if you are planning to have dinner with us. ...continued from Page 5 – Kenneth P. Scott, 32° of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration Academy (1988) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (1990). Along with his membership in John Darling Lodge, our new Commander became a Master of the Royal Secret in the Valley of Tampa in November 1992 where he is a member of the 11th, 22nd, 24th and 31st Degree teams. He has received the Knight of the Double Eagle Award and is a charter member of Tampa's Knights of St. Andrew. Brother Ken was appointed Lieutenant of the Guard in the Tampa Council in 2003 and has progressed through that line to his current position. A very active member of the York Rite bodies of Tampa, he has presided over the Chapter, Council and Commandery and was elected in 2008 to membership in Florida Priory No. 60 KYCH and in 2010, served as District Deputy Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter, RAM of Florida. He was created a noble in Egypt Shrine in 1993 and was president of the Shrine's Past Masters Unit in 2003.

Monthly Meeting Dinner Menus January 9, 2012 Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes Steamed Broccoli/Cheddar Cheese House Salad Tuxedo Mousse Cups

February 13, 2012 Spaghetti and Meatballs Italian Vegetable Blend, Caesar Salad Coconut and Chocolate Cake Please note that reservations are required to properly plan the requisite quantity of food. To make reservations, please call the Tampa Scottish Rite Office at (813) 886-0578 by the Friday preceding the regular monthly meeting. You may also log onto the Tampa Scottish Rite Website <srtampa.org> and click on “Make your dinner reservations” at the bottom of the home page.

Coming Masonic Events Please note ALL Scottish Rite Masons may attend the Executive Committee Meetings. The Executive Committee Meetings start at 4:30 p.m., dinner is 6:00 p.m. and regular meetings at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Visit the Valley of Tampa Website for the latest information on meetings and events. January 9, 2012: Executive Committee Meeting, Dinner and Public Installation of Officers February 13, 2012: Executive Committee Meeting, Dinner and Regular Meeting. ...continued from Page 5 – Kenneth A. Warner, 32° KCCH Organization, the KCCH Organization and the North Pinellas Scottish Rite Club. He was invested with the rank and dignity of a Knights Commander of the Court of Honour on November 7, 2009. He was Raised in Sutherland Lodge No. 174 on April 2, 2002, serving as Worshipful Master in 2007 and as Lodge Secretary from 2008-2010. While going through the Lodge Officers chairs, he served Sutherland Lodge as one of the Lodge's catechism instructors.

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Scottish Rite Bulletin Volume No. 35, Issue No. 1 January - February 2012

In Memoriam “Sunset and evening star, and one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar, when I put out to sea, but such a tide as moving seems asleep, too full for sound and foam, when that which drew from out the boundless deep turns again home. Twilight and evening bell, and after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell, when I embark; for tho’ from out our bourne of Time and Place the flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face when I have crossed the bar. - Tennyson Carl J. Bauman, 32° September 28, 2011

Kenneth M. Hornaday, 32° November 16, 2011

Robert J. Ogden, 32° July 9, 2011

James W. Bierce, 32° July 29, 2011

Douglas M. Jordan, 32° November 4, 2011

Robert E. Parsons, 32° January 1, 2011

Clyde L. Carroll, Jr., 32° October 22, 2011

William F. Laughridge, Jr., 32° November 13, 2011

Floyd N. Peterson, 32° November 19, 2011

Montague R. Chancey, 32° November 27, 2011

James F. Lawlor, 32° November 3, 2011

Durward D. Ritter, 32° October 22, 2011

Adrian R.Chapman, 32° November 19, 2011

George H. Martin, 32° June 3, 2011

Armin M. Sevier, 32° November 5, 2011

Walter S. Crumbley, 32° December 10, 2011

Robert E. McCranie, Jr., 32° November 10, 2011

Robert E. Snide, 32° November 4, 2011

Joseph W. Farr, 32° October 27, 2011

James E. McSwain, 32° August 23, 2011

Andrew C. Vizandiou, 32° November 2, 2011

Hale Godwin Jr, 32° October 30, 2011

Robert E. Mears, 32° November 4, 2011

Rayford L.Waldron, 32° October 18, 2011

Raymond L. Gray, 32° November 26, 2011

William D. Murrah, 32° KCCH November 2, 2011

David G. Watson, 32° November 9, 2011

John Greco, 32° November 16, 2011

Arthur R. Nash, 32° October 16, 2011

William A. Watson, 32° June 6, 2011

Sterling A. Hays, 32° May 29, 2011

Albert J. Neracker, Jr., 32° April 1, 2011

Stephen F. Weatherly, 32° KCCH November 11, 2011

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