2020 Annual Report of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial

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THE GEORGE WASHINGTON MASONIC

NATIONAL MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION

2020 Annual Report

®

101 Callahan Drive · Alexandria, Virginia 22301-2751 · 703-683-2007 · www.gwmemorial.org

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Our Mission

To inspire humanity

through education

to emulate and

promote the

virtues, character

and vision of

George Washington,

the Man, the Mason

and Father of our

Country.

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2020 Annual Report

5 Report of the President

7 Report of the Executive Director

11 Memorial Collections, Library & Exhibits

15 Communications

21 Member Services

22 Board of Directors

24 Memorial Staff

25 Ambassadors

26 Active Members

27 Minutes of the 110th Annual Meeting

31 Contributors

67 Financial Summary

Cover: The George Washington Masonic National Memorial sits atop

Shuters Hill in Alexandria on a beautiful summer day.

Opposite: George Washington, the foremost Mason in American

history, as depicted in Memorial Hall.

Design and photography by Shawn Eyer.

Additional photography by Arthur W. Pierson (page 5, 7 & 23),

Nat Wongsaroj (pages 6 & 8), and Jacob Foko (page 23).

The Memorial Crest is a registered trademark of the GWMNMA.

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Report of the President

As we look back at the past year we can feel both sorrow and joy. Sorrow in the fact

that this Nation faced one of the worst pandemics, and tremendous adversity, of our

lifetime. Sorrow also for those who died from the COVID-19 virus or other causes, including

two of our distinguished Board Members: M.W. Bro. Stephen J. Ponzillo III and M.W. Bro.

John R. “Bo” Cline. Joy in knowing that the Supreme Architect of the Universe has, once

again, preserved and blessed this great country of ours, fractured as it may be. Joy further in

knowing that we have yet another chance to preserve our Constitutional rights and freedoms

given to us by our Founding Fathers. Joy in knowing that Freemasonry, although down in

numbers, is as strong and relevant as ever.

2020 is the year nobody planned for. As the Board prepared the Memorial’s 2020 budget

(in 2019) no one ever thought that the Memorial would be closed down for months and

then opened on a very limited basis. The Memorial suffered financially due to lost operating

revenue, but our “well-seasoned” Executive Director, George Seghers, successfully guided

the Memorial through the troubled waters. We were blessed to have retained all of our fulltime

employees and they did a marvelous job under great duress. This accomplishment could

not have been achieved without the financial support of our Grand Lodges and Brethren.

Our gratitude goes out to all who contributed to this worthy endeavor. As we are still faced

with financial constraints, we ask and pray for your continued support, ever remembering

that “the Memorial is yours!”

As I depart the Board, I can sum up my feelings by saying that my twelve-year tenure on

the Board of Directors was a blessing. I had the opportunity to work and travel with some

of the top Masonic leaders in the country. During the exchange of ideas at our meetings, I

learned from each of these Board Members and thank them for their willingness to share

their knowledge and wisdom. Each contributed freely of his time, talent, and energy to

support the Memorial and bring it forward. None of these Board Members, or Officers,

ever sought recognition, they only desired to fulfill the mission of the Memorial: To inspire

humanity through education to emulate and promote the virtues, character, and vision of George

Washington, the Man, the Mason, and Father of our Country. And they did!

I leave the Board with full confidence that the Memorial is in good hands, not only to soon

close out the first 100 years since the Memorial cornerstone was set, but to carry it forward

into the beginning of its second century. Mark your calendar now: February 2023 will be the

Memorial’s Centennial Cornerstone Celebration. As I have often stated, every Mason should

make a pilgrimage to the Memorial—and this will be a prime opportunity.

From the bottom of my heart: “Thanks to all Masons, where-so-ever dispersed, for

allowing me the honor and privilege of serving on the Board of Directors, and as President,

of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association.”

J.F. “Jeff ” Webb

Opposite: Brilliant colors

are revealed as the sun

sets behind the George

Washington Masonic

National Memorial on

July 28, 2020.

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REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

This has been a year of many challenges and a few accomplishments. We are saddened to

report the loss of two of our Board Members. Brother Stephen Ponzillo and Brother Bo

Cline passed to the Celestial Lodge. These were honest, intelligent, upright, honorable men who

both held the Memorial close to their hearts. Their presence and participation is greatly missed.

The closing of the Memorial for the entire tourist season resulted in a loss of $447,143

in revenue. Our greatest challenge is funding the continued operation, restoration, and

conservation of the Memorial. Much has been accomplished to restore and conserve the

Memorial—however, there is still much to be done.

Restoration of the Memorial

An extensive study and inspection of the condition of the Memorial was completed in 2009.

The resulting Conditions Report, along with the original blueprints, became the basis and

the reference for the restoration and conservation of the Memorial. One of the largest

and most expensive projects was the complete restoration and conservation of the United

States Capitol Cornerstone Ceremony mural in Memorial Hall. The painting was damaged

from two sources: the penetration of water from the windows located above the mural and

the 2011 earthquake. The mural was removed, the interior wall behind it demolished and

completely rebuilt, and the mural reinstalled in 2018. This year we completed the installation

of new bronze-framed, amber glass windows in Memorial Hall. We referred to and used the

original blueprints as the basis for the design, manufacture, and installation of the windows.

Memorial Hall now glows with a golden light, just as the original design called for. Due to

the lack of funding this year, we did not do restoration work on the exterior stone work of

the Memorial. However, the Memorial tower, from the third level to the top of the pyramid,

has been totally restored and conserved. The clean, gleaming granite reflects and radiates

light as it was meant to do, to spread the Light of Freemasonry to the world. We must,

as individuals and as an organization, do our best to support, sustain, and perpetuate the

Memorial and its mission.

George D. Seghers

Opposite: The String

Quartet of Northern

Virginia performs at the 2020

Washington’s Birthday Gala.

Annual George Washington Birthday Celebration

The Annual George Washington Birthday Celebration was an outstanding success. Once

again the event was sold out and a good time was had by all attendees. The event began with

The George Washington Symposium in the Theater. The theme was George Washington’s

Construction of the United States Capitol. Presenters were: Samuel Holliday who spoke on

“George Washington and the City that Bears His Name,” and Michele Cohen who presented

“George Washington’s Capitol.” S. Brent Morris, recipient of the 2020 George Washington

Memorial Award, gave the final presentation, “Precursors of and Influences on the 1793 U.S.

Capitol Cornerstone Ceremony.” The evening festivities began with receptions for Members

of the George Washington Memorial Society and the Birthday Celebration attendees. The

attendees then enjoyed a performance by The String Quartet of Northern Virginia with

quest soloist Aurelio Domínguez. The Gala Banquet followed in Grand Masonic Hall with

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appropriate toasts. The final event of the

evening was the presentation of the George

Washington Memorial Award to S. Brent

Morris, Masonic Scholar and Author and

managing editor of The Scottish Rite Journal.

Brother Morris presented a truly enlightening

talk titled “In Praise of Punctuation: The Case

for the Missing Semicolon,” which revealed

how a typographical error led many to believe

Washington acted as Grand Master Pro Tempore

during the 1793 Cornerstone laying of the U.S.

Capitol. The George Washington Memorial

Award honors authors and other individuals

who have promoted the virtues, character, and

vision of George Washington and the values of

Freemasonry. The award was created in 2007

in celebration of George Washington’s 275 th

Birthday. Recipients are presented with the

bronze medallion and a monetary prize.

The annual George Washington Birthday

Celebration honors the birth, life, and

accomplishments of Brother Washington.

As part of the celebration, exhibits for the

Scottish Rite and Shriners International were

officially opened in The Family of Freemasonry

Exhibit by both Sovereign Grand Commanders,

the Imperial Potentate, and the Memorial

President. The Family of Freemasonry is now

completed and truly presents the many facets

of American Freemasonry.

Top: Memorial Association

President J.F. “Jeff ” Webb

presents the George

Washington Memorial

Award to S. Brent Morris.

Bottom: A granite bench

was dedicated to the late

Neil R. Crain, P.G.M. of

Louisiana. Present were

(L-to-R) Louisiana’s Grand

Junior Warden Terry Fowler,

Grand Master Steve Pence,

President J.F. “Jeff ” Webb,

Frank duTreil, Jr., P.G.M.,

and R.B. Smith, S.G.I.G. of

Louisiana.

Memorial Programs

The George Washington Memorial Society. On August 19, 2011, the Board

of Directors approved the creation of a society dedicated to the support of the George

Washington Masonic National Memorial. The purpose of the Society is to raise awareness

of and support for the Memorial. We now have two hundred thirty-four Charter Members.

The Society Members make an initial contribution of $1,000.00 and pledge $250.00

annually. The Society Members are recognized and thanked for their support with a private

reception as part of the annual George Washington Birthday Celebration. The emblem of

the Society is the Memorial Crest with an image of the Memorial on a blue background in

the center.

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The Society of Washington Lodges. The Member Lodges of The Society of

Washington Lodges made a contribution of $2,500.00 and are committed to supporting the

Memorial. Society Member Lodges receive a portrait of Washington with a plaque attesting

their membership and the Master and Wardens of the Lodge receive specially commissioned

Society of Washington Lodge Jewels. The Society now has forty-seven member Lodges.

The new windows in

Memorial Hall bring more

light into the beautiful

space and allow guests to

better survey the statue of

Washington and the two

grand murals.

The Grand Lodge of the Month Program. This successful program was inaugurated

in 2000 and continues to create awareness of and support for the Memorial. The Grand

Lodge of the Month display is located in The Form and Function of American Freemasonry

exhibit on the first floor of the Memorial. The state flag of the Grand Lodge being

recognized is flown at the Memorial for the month. Signage and the Memorial website

provide information about the Grand Lodge and the Grand Lodge of the Month Program.

Dedicatory Tree Program. This ongoing program was conceived and initiated in

2001 to beautify the Memorial grounds, reduce erosion and run-off, provide a habitat for

birds and wildlife and to establish a tree canopy to create much-needed oxygen for the

community. 770 trees and 17 granite benches have been dedicated since the inception of the

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program in 2001. The program is a meaningful way to honor and remember individuals and

organizations with a living memorial.

Light. The publication was named Light to signify the function of the Memorial spreading

Masonic Light to the four corners of the world. This year, due to the lack of funds, the

production and distribution of Light changed dramatically. The first issue for this

year was mailed to only 13,649 addresses compared to 405,231 addresses last year. We

then contacted our Member Grand Lodges and asked that they distribute Light

electronically to their members.

Calendar. This year and for the first time, the Memorial produced and mailed

a Calendar as a fundraising project. The project was quite expensive as 427,244

calendars were produced and mailed. The response and contributions have been

very impressive.

The 2020 Holiday Ornament:

The Master’s Square.

Holiday Ornaments. The Holiday Ornament for 2020 is The Master’s Square. This

ornament features the Square, an emblem that is worn by the Master of every regular

lodge of Masons. Invested with this jewel at his installation, the Master is reminded of

the Masonic teaching that each of his actions should be squared or made consistent with the

“Square of Virtue.” In geometry, the Square is defined as an angle of ninety degree or the

fourth part of a circle. This is known as a “right angle” because its use allows structures to

come together properly. As such, it is an essential tool in architecture and stonemasonry.

Cornerstone Re-enactment. 2023 will be the centennial of the Laying of the

Memorial Cornerstone. The Memorial Association will re-enact the Laying of the Memorial

Cornerstone with the support and participation of the Grand Lodge of Virginia, the

Conference of Grand Masters of North America and the City of Alexandria. A committee

has been established and planning is underway for this historic event.

The George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association is composed of 52 Grand

Lodges. These are the fifty States, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The Grand

Lodges are represented on the 21 Member Board of Directors by a Grand Master or Past

Grand Master. These Board Members represent the actual owners of the Memorial, the

members of the Grand Lodges, thus the Memorial belongs to the Freemasons of the United

States. Thank you for your continuing support of your Memorial which allows us to fulfill

the mission of the Memorial Association which is “To inspire humanity through education to

emulate and promote the virtues, character, and vision of George Washington, the Man, the Mason,

and Father of our Country.”

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Memorial Collections, Library & Exhibits

Museum Collections. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the collection received only eight

donations totaling more than thirty items in 2020. However, part-time staff and volunteers

were able to add over 400 catalog records into the museum database.

The Association’s museum collection totals more than 3,000 items, each was described,

digitally photographed, and individually numbered with an assigned storage location and a

file folder. Each item’s digital image is linked within the database and available through the

network drive.

We are happy to maintain long-term loans of the archives and artifacts of several Masonic

organizations, including Federal Lodge N o - 1, F.A.A.M. of the District of Columbia, the

Masonic Service Association of North America, National Sojourners, Inc., and the Order of

the Amaranth.

Louis A. Watres Library. The library remains organized and ready for cataloging. Less

than twenty books were added to the collection over the year.

The Mezzanine Floor within the tower is fully organized with each U.S. Masonic grand

jurisdiction easily accessible. Complete collections of the annual proceedings of most U.S.

State Grand York Rite and other Masonic governing bodies were organized, cleaned, and

shelved in the floor’s “clean room.”

Exhibits and Displays

Grand Lodge of the Month Program. The 2020 Grand Lodge of the Month program

included displays within The Form and Function of American Freemasonry exhibit. We received

material from Grand Lodges of Delaware, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York,

Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.

Other Projects

Washington’s Birthday Symposium. As part of the annual George Washington

Birthday Celebration, the 2020 public symposium was held. Titled George Washington and the

U.S. Capitol, the three speakers were Samuel Holliday, Manager of Communications, U.S.

Capitol Historical Society; Michele Cohen, Ph.D., Curator, Curator Division, Architect of

the Capitol; and S. Brent Morris, Ph.D., Managing Editor, The Scottish Rite Journal, Ancient

Accepted Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction. Over 150 people enjoyed the Saturday

afternoon event.

George Washington Masonic “Evidence Book.” In 2020 the manuscript of

“A Deserving Brother”—George Washington and Freemasonry was delivered to the University of

Virginia Press for production and publication. Counting over 90,000 words and 600 endnotes,

it includes 50 color images related to George Washington’s membership in, and relationship

to, Freemasonry. The book ranges from Washington’s 1752 initiation at the Lodge at

Fredericksburg through his 1799 funeral with Masonic rites performed by the brothers of

Alexandria Lodge N o - 22. The book is expected to be publicly available in early 2022.

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“Masonry Never Stops” mask.

Gift of the Grand Lodge of

New York, Free & Accepted

Masons (2020.010.01). Face

masks were a requirement for

most Masonic meetings in

2020 due to the coronavirus

pandemic.

THE MASONIC DIGITAL ARCHIVES.

The following Grand Lodge, Grand Chapter, Grand Council, and Grand Commandery

proceedings were digitized in 2020:

Massachusetts Missouri New Hampshire Ohio

Michigan Montana New Jersey Oklahoma

Minnesota Nebraska New Mexico Pennsylvania

Mississippi Nevada New York Virginia

The following Grand Lodge collections were added to the Luna Imaging search engine:

Arizona, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas,

Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

The Memorial’s website added new pages introducing the project and organizing the

online collections.

Publications and service to the Craft. In 2020 in-person talks were given to The

Masonic Society and the Conference of Grand Secretaries of North America. Presentations

via internet video conference software to Massachusetts Freemasons of the 3 rd Masonic

District; Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton, Ohio; Lexington Lodge N o - 1, Lexington, Kentucky;

Alexandria-Washington Lodge N o - 22; and the Grand Lodge of California.

Six short video presentations on aspects of Washington’s Masonic membership were

produced for the Memorial’s social media platforms.

One article, “A Temple within a Garden,” appeared in LIGHT, volume 26, issue 1.

I remain thankful for your continued support and look forward to another successful year

in service to the Craft and George Washington.

Mark A. Tabbert

Director of Collections

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Volunteers

Charles and Catherine Rey

Martin Smith

Nicholas A. Smith

Stephen & Cynthia Woodberry

Donors to the Library & Museum Collections

Carol Rader Aron

Samuel Bishop

Sherri Seward Bowling

Shawn E. Eyer

Janet Morgan

Edgar Peppler

Howard Sobel

Supreme Council 33°, Ancient & Accepted

Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction

Loans to the Memorial

Al Kader Shrine, Wilsonville, Oregon

Alexandria-Washington Lodge N o - 22,

Alexandria, Virginia

Alma Lynn Bane

Amrou Grotto, Zanesville, Ohio

Arthur W. Pierson

Barbara “Bobbi” White

Barbara Leith

Betty J. Briggs

Cambridge Masonic Temple Association

Charles Long

DeMolay International

Fay Hempstead Royal Arch Chapter N o - 144,

Little Rock, Arkansas

Federal Lodge N o - 1, Washington, D.C.

General Grand Chapter,

Royal Arch Masons International

General Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star

General Grand Council of Cryptic Masons

International

Grand Chapter of Kentucky, Order of the Eastern Star

Grand Chapter of Massachusetts, Order of

the Eastern Star

Grand Chapter of Mississippi, Order of

the Eastern Star

Grand Encampment of Knights Templar

of the United States of America

Grand Lodge of Alabama, F.& A.M.

Harvey Willard Jr.

Helen Cox

Henry W. Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry

Humanitarian Foundation, Grottoes

of North America

International Center for Job’s Daughters,

Papillion, Nebraska

Jerold J. Samet

Job’s Daughters International

Judy Spencer

Mansfield Royal Arch Chapter, N o - 28,

Mansfield, Ohio

Margaret Clarke

Marianne Shenefelt

Mariel Penoyer

Masonic Library and Museum of the Grand Lodge

of Pennsylvania, F.& A.M.

Masonic Service Association of North America

Michael E. Berry

Mount Vernon Royal Arch Chapter N o - 14,

Alexandria, Virginia

Mozell Cox

National Sojourners, Inc.

Paula Argus

Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation of the Grand

Lodge of Pennsylvania, Free & Accepted Masons

Phyllis Rush

Randy Rudge

Richard G. Feeser

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library,

Lexington, Massachusetts

Seth Anthony

Shriners International

Spring City Forrest N o - 34, Spring City, Pennsylvania

Supreme Assembly, International Order

of the Rainbow for Girls

Supreme Council 33°, Ancient Accepted Rite,

Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

Supreme Council, Grottoes of North America

Supreme Forest, Tall Cedar of Lebanon

Susan Rennagel, Rainbow International,

House of Gold

Tall Cedar Foundation

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

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Communications

ommunicating the positive message of the George Washington Masonic National

C Memorial is the first step toward promoting increased visitation and building a broad

base of support. The Memorial connects each visitor to history and heritage, linking George

Washington’s legacy to the present. Numerous means are used to communicate that vital

message, including printed reports and newsletters, web pages, social media, guided tours,

speechwriting, and public appearances.

Fundraising & Development

One of the key functions of the Memorial’s Communications office is supporting our

fundraising efforts. We thank all of our donors for their enthusiastic support.

The Landmark Century Campaign. The announcement of the George Washington

Masonic National Memorial’s designation as a National Historic Landmark in 2015 brought

a fresh recognition of the important role that the Memorial occupies. The National Park

Service emphasized the Memorial’s unique identity as “the only major unified, fully national

initiative of the Freemasons and among the boldest attempts by a private organization to

memorialize George Washington.” In their report, they hoped that this designation would

promote a “preservation ethic” among those who care for the Memorial. Such a preservation

ethic is firmly in place among the Memorial Association’s leaders, and, at their direction, a

capital campaign was designed in 2016 in order to promote that commitment to restoration

within the Masonic world as well as the community at large. Inspired by the Memorial’s

designation as a National Historic Landmark, the new Landmark Century Campaign is

designed to embody that ethic of preservation and improvement. The goal is to raise $6.5

million in order to complete the interior and exterior restoration of the building already

underway. Not since the original construction of the Memorial have we engaged in a

fundraising endeavor of this scope.

Contributions to the Landmark Century Campaign are cumulative over time, and by

using the Memorial’s website or contacting the Memorial, donors may make monthly

pledges in amounts to fit any budget. This means that a monthly pledge of $25 or more

will accumulate over time, passing through the levels of recognition that are noted in our

publications and on our website (see pages 31 to 66 for a list of recent contributors by level).

Because the Memorial is a 501(c)(3) educational foundation, these donations are taxdeductible

to the full extent of the law.

Individuals, Lodges, Grand Lodges, and other organizations may all participate in the

Landmark Century Campaign. The Campaign is promoted via the updated Memorial

website, Facebook, the LIGHT newsletter, and through the Landmark Century Campaign

brochure. Participation in the campaign has been growing steadily, driven by widespread

interest in the Memorial’s restoration efforts.

The Friends of the Memorial program is a key component of the campaign, bringing in

60.6% of the Landmark Century total. Gifts to the Friends program may be made singly or

Opposite: A water taxi on

the Potomac ferries passengers

from Alexandria to National

Harbor as the Memorial

stands over the city of

Alexandria.

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through a monthly pledge. In 2020, 3,231 people participated in the Friends program. The

average annual contribution for participants in the Friends program in 2020 was $84.28.

Another major aspect of the Landmark Century Campaign is the Patron Pledge. A Patron

is any donor who has given $5,000 or more to the Memorial Association over time (excluding

tree dedications and George Washington Memorial Society dues, and donations by Masonic

governing bodies). In 2020, the number of Patrons increased by 19 to a total of 107. Patrons

gave an average of $3,687.13 in 2020, up 525.7% from 2019. We are especially grateful to our

Patrons for their robust support during the past year.

A monthly payment option is available, allowing a donor to take the Patron Pledge in

amounts of $100 or more. This is intended to encourage participation in the Patron levels

among those who wish to do so with smaller amounts over time. Monthly donations

accounted for 5.34% of total Friends and Patrons giving in 2020.

Through the generosity of our supporters, we continue to make progress toward fulfilling

the Memorial’s important mission.

Digital Communications

Website. Our website, www.gwmemorial.org, is an important resource for those who wish

to learn about our services, activities, events, and history. The Memorial’s web presence uses

latest standard, html5. One of the key benefits of this technology is that it allows responsive

layout of the design, which means that the site’s appearance is more flexible based upon

whether the user is viewing gwmemorial.org on a large desktop screen or the smaller screen of

a mobile device. The website supported 314,091 visits in 2020.

Virtual Tours. Using a technology called photogrammetry, the Memorial is now offering

an extensive virtual tour experience. During the period in which the Memorial was closed

to the public, I scanned all of the public spaces of the building using a special camera that

captures three-dimensional images in high resolution. Those with access to virtual reality

equipment such as an Oculus Quest may enjoy a completely immersive experience of

actually standing within the Memorial, right from the comfort of their homes. The tours

also work on typical computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Included in the virtual tour selections are Memorial Hall (including the Portico and areas

immediately outside the façade), the Replica Lodge Room, The Family of Freemasonry

Exhibit, The George Washington Museum, the Templar Chapel, the Observation Deck,

the North and South Lodge Rooms, the Memorial Theater, The Form and Function of

Freemasonry Exhibit, and The Golden Age of Masonic Architecture Exhibit.

Many parts of the virtual tour include special features. For example, in Memorial Hall, at

the famous mural depicting George Washington laying the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol

in 1793, there is a button that allows the virtual visitor to see the short film that was produced

about the restoration of that painting. And in the 4 th floor George Washington Museum,

guests may select detailed information about some of the artifacts on display there.

In 2020, over 10,500 visitors “walked through” all of these beautiful and informative

spaces in virtual reality—far more than were able to visit the Memorial physically due to the

coronavirus pandemic. To experience the tour yourself, visit www.gwmemorial.org/virtual and

follow the directions on the screen.

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New 3D scans of the

Memorial’s galleries opens up

a new world of virtual reality

exhibits. Here, hundreds of

scans combine into a unified

digital model of the George

Washington Museum on the

Memorial’s 4 th floor. This

digital twin of the exhibit may

be experienced on our website.

Social Media. The Memorial is very active on the dominant social media platform,

Facebook. Our highly popular Facebook page promotes widespread awareness of the

Memorial, advertises events, recommends Gift Shop purchases, highlights new exhibits,

and promotes tourism. Most posts generate between 2,000 and 6,000 views. Audience

growth is actively pursued. On December 31, 2020, our Facebook page had 28,994

followers— an increase of 1,972, up 7.3% from the last year’s number. Some of our most

popular Facebook updates of 2020 were promotions of the new virtual tours and messages

about George Washington’s Masonic degrees.

Print Materials

Traditional print design is also a major part of our communications work. Each year, the

Memorial makes use of a variety of documents, all of which reflect production values

appropriate to the Memorial’s inspiring mission.

Capital Campaign Mailings. The need to communicate the capital campaign

resulted in a new kind of strategic mailing. Our Landmark Century Campaign mailing is

a photographically-rich eight-page brochure with an integrated, detachable, postage-paid

envelope. It was mailed to a larger number of potential donors than our prior direct appeals,

with positive results. Each version of the mailing is updated with the latest information on

the progress of the restoration work.

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The 2021 Memorial Calendar

unites lavish photography with

information about George

Washington. Both educational

and practical, it has inspired

many first-time donors to the

Memorial.

Light newsletter. Two editions of

LIGHT of the George Washington Masonic

National Memorial, our newsletter, were

produced in 2020. This key publication

is one of our primary modes of outreach

and communication. The newsletter

continues to be issued in the expanded

16-page format, which allows for greater

and more substantial communication with

our constituency. Physical distribution of

the newsletter was reduced in 2020 as a

temporary cost-saving measure. We would

like to thank the many Grand Lodges who

assisted us by sharing the links to the online

versions of LIGHT to their members.

2019 Annual Report. The 45-page 2019

Annual Report was created in February and

distributed to our Active Members and

major supporters.

2021 Memorial Calendar. In 2020, the Memorial produced its first wall calendar. This

popular item features a photograph for each month alongside quotes from or about George

Washington. Dates important to George Washington’s life are noted throughout. 427,244

copies of the calendar were distributed.

Washington’s Rules of Civility. At the beginning of 2015, a pocket edition of George

Washington’s Rules of Civility was produced for distribution at the Conference of Grand

Masters in North America. The Memorial has since made them available in several ways.

Quantities are distributed upon request to Masonic organizations. Copies are offered as a gift

to all visitors at the Memorial’s front desk.

Photography. The Director of Communications continues to provide day-to-day

photography services for the Memorial, covering general needs, special events, architectural

perspectives, maintenance projects, and promotional photography. These images form the

majority of those used in our print collateral and online presence. By exploring opportunities

to see the Memorial in new ways, we are enabled to relate the Memorial’s place in the context

of the community more vividly and to promote awareness and visitation.

Promotion

Presentations. In 2020, I made a large number of presentations about the Memorial and

Masonic topics. Due to the coronavirus emergency, in-person appearances were limited to a

lecture at the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia’s visitation, and another at William

R. Singleton-Hope-Lebanon Lodge N o - 7 in Washington, D.C. I also provided a personal

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presence at the Memorial’s table display at the AMD Masonic Week in Arlington, Virginia.

With social distancing measures in place, most Masonic activity shifted to online

teleconferencing. I was a presenter for many online gatherings, including the Martinez

Lodge N o - 41 of California, Ohio’s Society of Past Masters, and the Grand Lodge of New

Hampshire’s Virtual Day of Light, hosted by Anniversary Lodge of Research N o - 175.

Ambassador Training. The revitalization of the Memorial Association’s Ambassador

program is an important aspect of our work. The purpose of this program is to expand the

mission of the Memorial Association into our member jurisdictions. Ambassadors spread the

core message of the Memorial by promoting the virtues and character of George Washington

within their home jurisdictions through education, special events, and advocacy. On February

29 and March 1, 2020, a special two-day training was held in Lincoln, Nebraska, for ten new

Memorial Ambassadors from that state. Potential Ambassadors attend these trainings to join

in an interactive seminar designed to identify their individual skills. New Ambassadors are

appointed for a three-year term, which is renewable. After an orientation and brainstorming

session, each Ambassador outlines a set of goals for his region of the state. These goals are

tailored to each Ambassador’s interests, skills, and strengths. In further developing the new

Ambassador program, we are grateful for the assistance provided by Vice President Claire

V. Tusch of Maine. For a list of current Ambassadors by state, please see page 25.

Tourism and Visitation. While our print outreach and digital marketing continue

to grow in scope and prominence, the message of the Memorial is communicated most

powerfully through our guided tours. In 2020, the Memorial’s one-hour interpretive guided

tour was adapted for social distancing. In order to support the tour guides in their work, the

Director of Communications maintains and updates the Memorial’s Tour Handbook. I placed

our advertisement in the new Alexandria Visitors Guide, designed to rekindle tourism as the

pandemic emergency resolves. I also coordinated the Memorial’s appearance in the new

Alex-opoly game produced by the Chamber of Commerce, which features local landmarks.

Other Activities. In order to better serve the Memorial’s present and future needs,

in 2020 I completed all coursework for a graduate degree in Management from Harvard

University. Taking a combination of on-campus and remote courses, I tailored this program

to focus on community engagement, finance, museum issues, and fundraising, and was

awarded additional certificates in Nonprofit Management and Strategic Management.

I continue to maintain professional certification as a Certified Fund Raising Executive

(CFRE), and to serve on the city’s Historic Alexandria Resources Commission.

As independent fundraising activities, I hosted two “virtual” Feasts of St. John in 2020,

which were attended by hundreds of Freemasons from around the world, with all proceeds

benefiting the Memorial. I also began an educational project, the Early Texts of Freemasonry

seminar series. Students are encouraged to become Memorial donors. These educational

activities raised $8,378.10 for the Memorial in their first year.

Shawn E. Eyer

Director of Communications

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Member Services

From its inception, the Memorial was created to honor the memory, character and legacy

of Brother George Washington, our most beloved Illustrious Brother and first President

of the United States. To further this goal, we have various memberships one may join to

promote the mission of the Memorial as well as offer public tours to visitors to educate them

about George Washington and Freemasonry in the United States.

Tours. This year, the Coronavirus pandemic had a large effect on visitation. The Memorial

was closed from the middle of March until mid-July, almost four months. We had 4,307 paid

visitors compared to 20,000 paid visitors from the last few years. In order to reopen to the

public, the tours were modified to include only the first and second floors as the elevators

and some of the upper floors are too small to accommodate groups of people while practicing

the required social distancing. The tours give a different experience than our standard

tours, allowing a fresh experience for everyone. To keep guests and staff alike safe, we have

increased cleaning and sanitation procedures and implemented new safety protocols. People

were required to wear masks throughout the building and had their temperature taken when

entering. Tours were limited to 15 persons and visitors were restricted from traveling to

other parts of the building when not on a tour to allow staff to better sanitize public places

between tours.

Volunteers. The Memorial had started having volunteers and tour guides working on

various projects this year. An ongoing project is the Masonic Digital Archives program,

where we are digitizing United States Masonic proceedings from Grand Lodges, Grand

Royal Arch Chapters, Grand Cryptic Councils, and Grand Knights Templar Commanderies.

Since coordinating the volunteers and tour guides on these tasks, we were able to greatly

increase our output and expect to scan a majority of all 52 jurisdictions Grand Lodge and

York Rite proceedings by the end of next year.

Other tasks included training staff on PastPerfect museum collection software, to help us

manually transfer data into the new software, assisting with organizing, sorting and cleaning

proceedings, and working within the museum collections department on cataloging,

inventorying, and rehousing objects.

Publications & Service to the Craft

I published two articles in the Memorial’s newsletter: “Inside the Museum,” LIGHT, volume

26, number 1, and “Promoting the Memorial’s Membership Programs,” LIGHT, volume

26, number 2. I also gave an online lecture, “The George Washington Masonic National

Memorial: Its Past and Present,” to the Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of New

York. I continue to serve as Vice President of the Masonic Library and Museum Association,

and as Chairman of Alexandria’s George Washington’s Birthday Celebration Committee.

Tyler Vanice

Director of Member Services

Opposite: The George

Washington Masonic

National Memorial as

seen from the nearby train

platform.

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Board of Directors

Officers

J.F. “Jeff ” Webb

Claire V. Tusch

Kenneth G. Nagel

Thomas K. Sturgeon

George D. Seghers

President

First Vice President

Second Vice President

Third Vice President

Executive Director

Board of Directors

Scott A. Thomas Arizona Term expires February 22, 2021

J. F. “Jeff ” Webb Louisiana

John S. Ryan

New Jersey

Mike Rodman

South Dakota

John R. “Bo” Cline †

Alaska

Thomas K. Sturgeon

Pennsylvania

Michael P. Bible A-W Lodge N o - 22 Term expires February 22, 2022

Richard J. Elman

Indiana

Jerry N. Kirby

Texas

Russell G. Reno

Nebraska

Claire V. Tusch

Maine

Carl B. Willi

Rhode Island

Michael A. DeWolf Wisconsin Term expires February 22, 2023

Lewie Fletcher

Montana

Kenneth G. Nagel

California

Leonard Proden

District of Columbia

Clifford F. “Chip” Stamm II Connecticut

Jon Michael Taylor

Alabama

John W. Westerman III

Florida

Jimmie L. “Jim” Windham Mississippi

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J. F. “Jeff ” Webb

President

Claire V. Tusch

First Vice President

Kenneth G. Nagel

Second Vice President

Thomas K. Sturgeon

Third Vice President

George D. Seghers

Executive Director

Scott A. Thomas

John S. Ryan Mike Rodman John R. “Bo” Cline

Michael P. Bible

Richard J. Elman Jerry N. Kirby Russell G. Reno

Carl B. Willi

Michael A. DeWolf

Lewie Fletcher Leonard Proden Clifford F. Stamm II

Jon Michael Taylor

John W. Westerman III

Jimmie L. Windham

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Memorial Staff

George D. Seghers

Executive Director

Radka N. Mavrova

Administration & Events

Mark A. Tabbert

Director of Collections

Shawn E. Eyer

Director of Communications

Tyler E. Vanice

Director of Member Services

Tour Guides

Natasha M. Beining

Rachel Dacey

Jessica R. Davis

Anastasia Dennehy

James H. Ferguson

Joseph A. Gillespie

Katharine Kosin

Amber Kreiensieck

Megan J. Little

Leo H. Mayhew

Nicholas O. Mealey

McCaela Z. Michas

Carmellina A. Moersch

Jorge Rice

Karima Zaghloul

Maintenance Staff

Roger Chambers

Kevin M. Morrison

Gift Shop

Melinda J. Butler

Brianna A. Guokas-Cooper

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Ambassadors

T

he mission of our Ambassador program is “To advance the message of the George Washington

Masonic National Memorial by promoting awareness throughout the Fraternity through education,

experience, and support of the Memorial’s work—to promote the virtues and character of George

Washington, the Man, the Mason and Father of our Country.”

Roger A. Simmons, Senior Ambassador Alabama

Wayne Sirmon & Van Tidwell

David Worel & Donald E. Hale

Alaska

Scott A. Thomas, Senior Ambassador Arizona

Roger C. Biede III & Robert E. Weed

Kenneth G. Nagel, Senior Ambassador California

Tony P. Wordlow

William L. Greene, Senior Ambassador Connecticut

Clifford “Chip” Stamm & Larry Baker

John D. Hiott

Delaware

Akram R. Elias

District of Columbia

Richard Schulze & Dan Fierimonte Florida

Marty P. Alexander

Hawaii

David “Skip” Owen

Idaho

Benny L. Grisham, F. Richard Carlson Illinois

& Paul Scheeler

Michael D. Brumback, Senior Ambassador Indiana

Craig L. Davis, John M. Klaus,

Iowa

Jerry L. Levay & Donald E. Mosier

Tracy L. Bloom, Senior Ambassador Kansas

J.F. “Jeff ” Webb, Senior Ambassador Louisiana

Johnny C. Byrd, Deas Dempsey,

Michael Webb & Luke J. Catalanatto, Jr.

Claire V. Tusch, Senior Ambassador Maine

William Laymon, Matthew L’Italien,

Edward M. Libby & D.K. Horne

Nick McIntosh, Jr., Bob Purnell, Jr., Maryland

John Le Roy, Craig Gotschall & Tim Kady

Lawrence E. Bethune

Massachusetts

Eugene Abbaticchio, Daniel Toole Michigan

& Corey Curtiss

Robert L. Darling, Senior Ambassador Minnesota

Jimmie L. Windham, Senior Ambassador Mississippi

Jerry Lee Lewis, Xerxes Z. Herrington

& Kevin Bonner

Ruissell G. Reno, Senior Ambassador Nebraska

Jock Faris, Joe McBride, Kevin Lindly,

Delmar Jones, Wayne Vian, Rex Moats,

Charlie Odorizzi, Brian Goninan,

Phil Lorenzen & John Millington

James G. Kelley, Senior Ambassador Nevada

Edgar N. Peppler, Senior Ambassador New Jersey

John S. Ryan, Dieter B. Hees,

Charles Secallus, Scott Severns,

Michael Galati, John Richards

& Steven Friedrich

Trevor Wallin & Gary L. Scott

New Mexico

Sheldon B. Richman & Ronald A. Sablosky New York

Douglas L. Caudle, Senior Ambassador North Carolina

Steven A. Campbell, Michael T. Aycock,

& Brandon Penley

James Savaloja, Senior Ambassador North Dakota

Rick Wightman, Bob Wedberg,

Aaron Rested & Dale V. Sandstrom

Robert C. Rill, Jr.

Ohio

Randall L. Rogers

Oklahoma

Norman Griffin

Oregon

Thomas K. Sturgeon, Senior Ambassador Pennsylvania

Juan A. Mendoza Ortiz

Puerto Rico

Bradford L. Barco, Senior Ambassador Rhode Island

Barry A. Rickman, Senior Ambassador South Carolina

G. R. “Mike” Harman & Edward Smith

Mike Rodman, Senior Ambassador South Dakota

DaNiel Wood, Yancey P. Smith,

Harold D. Ireland, Steven G. Barns,

& Jason Swindler

Orville L. Armstrong

Tennessee

Ridgely H. Gilmour, Senior Ambassador Utah

& Gavin K.K. Wardrope

Dana R. Scofield

Vermont

Glover H. Jones III

Virginia

Gerald L. Ward & Gale H. Kenney Washington

Gregory A. Riley, Sr.

West Virginia

Dennis V. Siewert

Wisconsin

Richard N. Lewis, Senior Ambassador Wyoming

(Vacancies: Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky,

Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire & Texas)

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Active Members

Jon Michael Taylor

Norman K. Gutcher

Greg A. Vasquez

David Bradley

John Trauner

David L. Coberly

Melvin E. Johnson

Evan R. Moody

Michael D. Nicholas

John W. Westerman III

Johnie M. Garmon

Alexander A. Escasa

Steven Hall

Stephen F. Oakley

Kenneth Roy, Jr.

William R. Crawford

Dale Morrow

Geary F. Laird

Steven S.A. Pence

Mark E. Rustin

Richard P. Naegele

Richard Maggio

Mark A. Manning

Ethan A. Seaberg

Jason Jefcoat

Stanton Brown II

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

District of Columbia

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Lewie Fletcher

Ron Stites

Louis J. Castle II

Kenneth A. Clay, Jr.

Gregory Scott

Ralph A. Easley

William M. Sardone

David Wicker, Jr.

Lowell Domier

Keith W. Newton

Bobby J. Peters

Ronald J. Eggers

Thomas Gamon IV

Raul Rodríguez Quiles

Kenneth F. Poyton

Walter Disher II

Harold D. Ireland

Robert Reed

Paul D. Underwood

Clay G. Hamblen

Stuart V. Corso

Douglas Vernon Jones

Charles Wood

David R. Holt

Robert Strader

Thomas Hamm II

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

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MINUTES OF THE 110th ANNUAL MEETING

Louisville, Kentucky

February 16, 2020

The 110 th Annual Meeting o of The George Washington Masonic National Memorial

Association was held at the Downtown Marriott, Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday,

February 16, 2020, at 2:30 p.m. and was called to order by J. F. “Jeff ” Webb, Past Grand

Master of Louisiana and President of the Association.

J.F. “Jeff” Webb

Brethren, I am Jeff Webb, Past Grand Master of Louisiana and President of The George

Washington Masonic National Memorial Association. I declare a quorum present and

call the 110 th Annual Meeting of The George Washington Masonic National Memorial

Association to order. I ask that you join the Most Worshipful Brother Claire Tusch as he

presents the Invocation.

Claire V. Tusch

Brethren, can we be in a spirit of prayer. (Invocation was presented.)

J.F. “Jeff” Webb

Brethren, at this time I would like to introduce the members of the Memorial Board of

Directors who are present. We appreciate their attendance and dedicated service. Brother

Claire V. Tusch, Maine; Brother Kenneth G. Nagel, California; Brother Thomas K. Sturgeon,

Pennsylvania; Brother Robert L. Darling, Minnesota; Brother Gale H. Kenney, Washington;

Brother Donald F. Stapleton, Oregon; Brother Michael G. Rodman, South Dakota; Brother

John S. Ryan, New Jersey; Brother Scott A. Thomas , Arizona; Brother Micheal P. Bible,

Alexandria-Washington Lodge N o - 22; Brother Richard J. Elman, Indiana; Brother Russell G.

Reno, Nebraska; and Brother Carl B. Willi, Rhode Island.

Brethren, I would now receive a motion to dispense with the reading of and approve the

minutes of the 109 th Annual Meeting as printed in the 2019 Annual Report. You each have a

copy of the Annual Report. (The motion was moved, seconded and adopted.)

I would like at this time to introduce the Officers of the Memorial Association. Myself

serving as President. Claire V. Tusch, Past Grand Master of Maine is our First Vice President.

Kenneth G. Nagel, Past Grand Master of California is our Second Vice President. Thomas K.

Sturgeon, Past Grand Master of Pennsylvania is our Third Vice President. George D. Seghers

is our Executive Director.

We will now have the report of the President. You will find in the Annual Report of the

Memorial Association my report as President and the report of the Executive Director. I

would like to just say a few words to you. This certainly is an honor and a privilege that you

have granted to me. Not only serving as President of The George Washington Masonic

National Memorial Association, but also the opportunity to address this august body of

Masonic Leaders who are the voting Members of the Memorial Association. On behalf of the

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Memorial Association I extend our thanks for your support of the Memorial during the past

year. The restoration of the Memorial is steadily moving forward along with improvements.

The Memorial is truly a beacon of light for Freemasonry and for American Patriotism.

It proudly reflect the character and virtues of our foremost Founding Father and Mason,

General, President and Brother George Washington. Without his efforts we would not have

this great country that we are so blessed to live in. Again, I thank you for your support. We

will now proceed with the report of the Executive Director.

George D. Seghers

Thank you Jeff. Brothers, my report is also in the Annual Report. Please read it at your

convenience. I will be outside and please and contact me with any questions or concerns.

Thank you.

J.F. “Jeff” Webb

I will now ask Brother Ken Nagel, our Second Vice President and Chairman of the

Cornerstone Centennial Committee to address the membership.

Kenneth G. Nagel

Good afternoon Brethren. Grand Masters, at your place you will find two copies of a postcardsized

card that says on it “Save the Date.” That date in particular is Monday, February 20 th ,

2023, when we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of the

George Washington Masonic National Memorial. We want each of you to be there. Although

you won’t be sitting Grand Masters, we want you to come back. Second we would ask that you

give the second card to the brother that will be the sitting Grand Master in 2023 so we could

have him there as well.

The Commonwealth of Virginia has graciously agreed to host the Conference of Grand

Masters in 2023 and we will be a part of that celebration in coordination with them. Our

Conference Secretary, Most Worshipful Brother Mike DeWolf has set aside Monday of that

Conference so we can recognize the Memorial and celebrate it all day long.

We will have transportation for you from the Crystal City host hotel to bring you into

Alexandria for the celebration. We are going to start in the morning with the laying of

a wreath at the tomb of George Washington at Mount Vernon. We will then take you to

the Memorial where you will start your morning deliberations in our auditorium at the

Memorial. Just before 12:00 noon we will then transport everyone to King Street to where

we will have a staging area for a parade that is going to come down King Street, through Old

Town Alexandria, to the base of Shuters Hill and up the driveway to the Memorial. In 1923

there were some 19,000 Masons who assembled on King Street and marched up that street to

lay the cornerstone. Present were the President at that time Calvin Coolidge, Chief Justice

Howard Taft, the Governor of Virginia and many other dignitaries. We hope to have the

same in attendance in 2023. We want this to be a national event.

When we get to the top of the hill we will reenact the laying of the cornerstone. The

Grand Master of Virginia, who will be Most Worshipful Jack Lewis, will officiate along with

the Officers of the Grand Lodge of Virginia. Also, each of the sitting Grand Masters from

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the jurisdictions attending will participate in the event. We hope that you will be able to be

there to be a part of this once in a hundred year opportunity.

At the end of the event, we will transport you back to the host hotel where we will have a

birthday gala to honor President and Brother George Washington. Please save the date. It

is exactly three years from tomorrow. Come and be a part of this historic event. Come see

what the George Washington Masonic National Memorial is all about. Remember that the

Memorial is owned by each of you and every single Mason in your Jurisdiction. We want all

of you to be present. I’m not naive enough to think we are going to assemble 19,000 Masons,

but we want to have as large of a group as we can, and hope to have the largest gathering of

Masons on the east coast since that event one hundred years ago in 1923. Come be a part of

the reenactment of the Laying of the Cornerstone of your Memorial. Thank you, Brethren.

J.F. “Jeff” Webb

We will now hold the election of the Members of the Board of Directors of the Memorial

Association. M. W. Brother Steven Pence, Grand Master of Louisiana, will you please come

forward and present the Report of the Nominating Committee for Members of the Board of

Directors.

Steven S. A. Pence

The Nominating Committee consisting of myself, Grand Master of Louisiana, Most

Worshipful Mark E. Rustin Grand Master of Maine, and Most Worshipful John E. Trauner,

Grand Master of California present the following Brethren for your consideration as

members of the Board of Directors of The George Washington Masonic National Memorial

Association to serve a term of three years until February 22, 2023.

Kenneth G. Nagel—Past Grand Master of California

Lewie Fletcher—Grand Master of Montana

Clifford F. “Chip” Stamm—Past Grand Master of Connecticut

Leonard Proden—Past Grand Master of The District of Columbia

Michael A. DeWolf—Past Grand Master of Wisconsin

Jimmie L. “Jim” Windham—Past Grand Master of Mississippi

Jon M. Taylor—Grand Master of Alabama

John W. Westerman III—Grand Master of Florida

All the Brothers have been contacted and are willing to serve if elected. Thank you.

J.F. “Jeff” Webb

Brethren, all in favor of receiving the Report of the Nominating Committee and electing

these Brothers to the Board of Directors please signify by say Aye. Thank you—you have

elected the nominated Brethren as members of the Board of Directors.

Thank you Grand Master Pence, Grand Master Rustin and Grand Master Trauner for

serving on the Nominating Committee.

I now declare the Members of the Board of Directors of The George Washington Masonic

National Memorial Association duly elected.

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Brethren, you have copies of the Proposed Change to Section 5 of The Memorial

Association By-Laws. Per our By-Laws this change will require a unanimous vote to

be adopted. The proposed change has been proposed by five Active Members of the

Association: Steven Pence, Grand Master of Louisiana; Mark E. Rustin, Grand Master of

Maine; John E. Trauner, Grand Master of California; Harold D. Ireland, Grand Master of

South Dakota and Ralph A. Easley, Grand Master of New Mexico.

Brethren, I will allow time for you to review the proposed change. All right gentlemen,

I pray that you had time to review the proposed change. All in favor of adopting the proposed

change to Section 5 of the Memorial Association By-Laws please signify by saying Aye. Thank

you Brethren, the proposed change has been unanimously adopted. (The motion was made,

seconded and adopted.)

Our Board Members serve three years and then rotate off the Board of Directors. This is

done to allow all of our 52 Active Member Grand Lodges the opportunity to serve on the

Board. These Brethren have done an outstanding job for the last three years and we thank

them for their dedication, hard work, their input and for all that they have done for the

Memorial. The retiring Board Members are:

Robert L. Darling, Minnesota

Gale H. Kenney, Washington

Stephen J. Ponzillo III, Maryland

Barry A. Rickman, South Carolina

Robert C. Rill, Ohio

Donald F. Stapleton, Oregon

We thank each one of you for your service them for the duties well performed.

Would the Grand Masters of South Dakota, North Carolina, Ohio and New Mexico,

along with Board Members Mike Rodman, Doug Caudle, and Rob Rill please join us in front

of the podium to receive presentations recognizing these Grand Lodges participation in the

$1.00 Per Member Program.

Also, for the sake of brevity, anyone that would like to make a contribution to the

Memorial at this time we will be pleased and honored to receive them.

I now declare the 110 th Annual Meeting of The George Washington Masonic National

Memorial Association adjourned. Thank you, Brethren.

(The business of the Association accomplished, the Annual Meeting was closed at 3:00 p.m.)

Attest:

J.F. “Jeff ” Webb

President

George D. Seghers

Executive Secretary-Treasurer

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Contributors

Patrons

Landmark Century Architect $100,000

Master Builder $50,000

Builder $25,000

Master Architect $10,000

Architect $5,000

Friends of the Memorial

Diamond $2,500

New Century $1,000

Platinum $500

Gold $250

Silver $100

The Society of Washington Lodges $2,500

The George Washington Memorial Society

Membership

$1,000 and annual

contribution of $250

Dedicatory Bench $2,500

Dedicatory Tree $750

Memorial Hall Windows

Masonic Digital Archives

George Washington Book

Bequests

Other Contributors

Grand Lodges

Appendant Bodies

The George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association

is a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the

Internal Revenue Code and contributions are tax-deductible to

the full extent permitted by law. The support of many generous

individuals and organizations is deeply appreciated by the

Memorial Association.

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Patrons

Landmark Century Architect

Alexandria-Washington Lodge N o - 22 Virginia

Alvin I. Singer

Illinois

W. David Hanisch † California

William A. Simms

Virginia

Master Builder

Anthony & Marilyn Wordlow

California

Andrew Jackson Lodge N o - 120

Virginia

Jeffrey C. & Chieko V. Flowers

Virginia

J. F. “Jeff ” Webb Louisiana

Builder

Tuoc Kim Pham

California

H. Malvern Marks † Texas

Stanley A. Raley

California

Loren E. Schrock

Oregon

George & Louise Seghers

Virginia

Robert W. Gregory

Colorado

Master Architect

S. Warren Alvis North Carolina

David B. “Ben” & Miriam F. Browning Virginia

Ridgely H. Gilmour

Utah

Washington Daylight Lodge N o - 14 District of Columbia

James Rakes

Maryland

Loyd E. Davis

Utah

Larry Christenson

Pennsylvania

Clifford Ray Mott

Georgia

Federal Lodge N o - 1

District of Columbia

Wm. R. Singleton-Hope-Lebanon

District of Columbia

Lodge N o - 7

Gene C. Byer

Virginia

Ann & Chester Clark

New Jersey

Columbian Lodge

Massachusetts

David Eugene Pletz

Delaware

Frank J. Wagner

Washington

James M. Scearce, Jr. †

Virginia

Robert C. Chamberlain

Massachusetts

G. R. “Mike” Harman South Carolina

Jason Taliaferro

Virginia

Gerald H. Grosskopf*

New Jersey

by Ingrid M. Grosskopf

Andrew W. Huttner

Virginia

National Sojourners, Inc.

Virginia

Russell & Julie Reno

Nebraska

Willis G. Webster

Illinois

David L. St. Onge

Massachusetts

David A. Glattly

Massachusetts

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Contributors

Patrons, continued

Samuel A. Bishop

Shawn E. Eyer

New York

Virginia

Architect

W. Lee Long † North Carolina

Doris E. Hoffman

Michigan

Masonic Ancients

Pennsylvania

of Pennsylvania

James A. & Shirley M. Pletz

Delaware

Mark & Cathy Genung

Indiana

Joseph C. Connolly

Massachusetts

Columbia-Keystone Royal Arch Chap. N o - 3 Pennsylvania

Jack Callahan

Alabama

Richard W. Sweet

Arizona

Warner B. Connolly

Michigan

George J. Koca

Illinois

Pioneer Lodge N o - 70

New Jersey

Thomas W. Jackson

Pennsylvania

Grand Lodge of Bulgaria

Bulgaria

AASR Valley of Eugene

Oregon

Donald E. Daume

New Jersey

The Square Club

New Jersey

Humane Lodge N o - 21

New Hampshire

Riviera Lodge N o - 780

California

Altas Pythagoras Lodge N o - 10

New Jersey

Barbara A. McNab

Washington

George S. Martin

New Jersey

Alice Konze

Maryland

Valley of Richmond, AASR

Virginia

Washington Association of Masons New Jersey

Valley of Alexandria, AASR

Virginia

Theodore H. Jacobsen

New York

Warwick Lodge N o - 336

Virginia

Fellowship Lodge N o - 236

Michigan

David & Patricia Arnold

California

Arabic Club Foundation

Ohio

Frederick J. & Evelyn M. Berenbroick New Jersey

Robert W. Gregory

Colorado

Bryce B. Hildreth

Iowa

Thomas R. Hood

Connecticut

Kerry D. Kirk

Virginia

Laurel Lodge N o - 237

New Jersey

Donald G. Hicks, Jr.

Massachusetts

William R. Fowler

New Mexico

Philip G. Buchholz

Wyoming

Louis A. Wagner**

Washington

by Frank J. Wagner

Russell Stewart Ault

North Carolina

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Eugene Lodge N o - 11

Oregon

Monumental Commandery N o - 3

Maryland

Valley of Norfolk, AASR

Virginia

Valley of Roanoke, AASR

Virginia

Temple-Melita Royal Arch Chapter N o - 183 Pennsylvania

Franklin St. John’s Trinity Lodge N o - 221 Pennsylvania

Richard Parker

California

Edward L. Zorn

Colorado

Willis G. Webster

Illinois

George R. Botic

Virginia

Scott A. Thomas

Arizona

Valley of Washington, Orient of

District of Columbia

the District of Columbia

Fred Fisher

Ohio

Daniel Enyart

Virginia

Daniel J. Roth

Nebraska

Kenneth G. Nagel

California

Richard J. Elman

Indiana

Karl V. Hopkins

Texas

Denver Lodge No. 5

Colorado

Sherwin I. Seligsohn

Pennsylvania

Bruce H. Rogove

New Jersey

Alan W. Adkins

Virginia

Friends of the Memorial

Diamond

8 th Masonic District South Carolina

Bernard H. Allen

Connecticut

Ed Bousquet

Oregon

Michael D. Brumback

Indiana

Gilbert W. Carlton, Jr.

Colorado

Robert P. Conley

Michigan

Walter C. Davis, Jr.

Virginia

Preston L. Doerflinger

Oklahoma

William R. Eckerle

Ohio

Thomas O. Eller

North Carolina

Curtis Gilgan

Texas

Robert E. Gresham, Jr.

North Carolina

Herman W. Hale

Virginia

Larry & Sandra Hall

Pennsylvania

Thomas W. Hill

South Carolina

Michael J. Hlatke III

New Jersey

David Hochman

Canada

Robert W. Homann

Illinois

Larry E. Houston

Iowa

Frederick E. Kaiser, Jr.

Michigan

Charles P. Lauman

Massachusetts

Mark A. Manning

Michigan

William R. Minch

Michigan

Napa Valley Lodge N o - 93

California

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Contributors

Randy Niedt*

New Jersey

by Richard U. Niedt

Occidental Lodge N o - 72

Washington

Clifford A. Parker

Virginia

Edgar N. Peppler

New Jersey

John Randall Quinley

Virginia

Lary R. Smith

Michigan

Robert N. Stutz

New Jersey

Arthur R. Tinsz

Connecticut

Elwood T. Tryon

New Jersey

Patricia L. & William G. L.Turner

South Carolina

Hans Peter Uster

Switzerland

Wooster Lodge N o - 79

Connecticut

New Century

James F. Alby †

Wisconsin

George R. Amyx

Maryland

Franklin K. Andersen

California

Joseph L. Andre

Washington

Mark Angstrom

Florida

Edward K. Arndt

Virginia

Ronald C. Ashman

California

Paul Balliet

Michigan

Eugene M. Bane, Jr.

Virginia

Berne Lodge N o - 724

North Carolina

Lawrence Bethune

Massachusetts

John R. Bianchi

New Hampshire

Roger Biede

Arizona

Robert L. Bjune

Texas

Brian H. Blades

New Jersey

Tracy L. Bloom

Kansas

Gregory Bodine

Alabama

W. Eugene Bondurant South Carolina

Raymond J. Carter

Mississippi

Cayce Lodge N o - 384

South Carolina

B. Elaine Clark Virginia

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by Sandra Clatterbuck & Masonic Friends

Jimmie K. Crowder

Virginia

D. Brook Cunningham Arizona

Joanna L. Davidson

Idaho

George Dieffenderfer

Michigan

Frederick R. Dixon

Virginia

Raymond W. Doyscher

Michigan

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by Robert F. Drechsler

East Lansing Lodge N o - 480

Michigan

Frederick A. Eastman

Washington

Joel G. Engelbrektson

New York

Forget-Me-Not-Council N o - 431, AMD Wyoming

Harold E. Gay

Virginia

Robert Gaydosh

New Jersey

Peter Gilson

John F. Gordon

Paul M. Harris

Rex C. Hasty

Hollis I. Hawes

Kenneth B. Hawkins, Sr.

Thomas E. Hayden

John W. Hein

Robert G. Helmic

Gerald H. Houston

Daniel E. Huffman, Sr.

Victor M. Inga

Harold D. Ireland

Jackson Lodge N o - 146

James G. Kelley

Wallace A. Kelley

James R. King, Sr.

Lewis E. “Red” Kittell

James C. Laird

Barney M. Landry

Ian H. Linton

Brandon Lippincott

Lorance Dix Lisle

John H. Lynch

Jeffrey D. McEwen

Thomas Morton III*

by Nancy C. Morton

Mountain City Lodge N o - 67

Gerald L. Myers

Paul L. Nehring

Paul E. Neidlinger

William R. Nelson

Novum Eboracum Chapel N o - 7,

St. Thomas of Acon

Marius A. Nungesser

Priscilla B. & James W. Patton

David M. Petto

Donald F. Phillips

John C. Posey

Salvatore Stephen Privitera

John C. Proffit

Jack H. Puerner

Fred A. Reichert

Fred A. Reichert

Michael G. Rodman

Dee C. Rose*

by James D. Rose

John S. Ryan

Daniel D. Sahakian

Joyce M. Schad

Herbert Scherer

Barbara Schierenberg

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Mississippi

Virginia

Connecticut

South Carolina

Wisconsin

Michigan

Louisiana

Florida

Virginia

South Dakota

Indiana

Nevada

California

California

Nevada

Wisconsin

Ohio

Arizona

California

North Carolina

Maine

North Carolina

Alabama

Virginia

Washington

Florida

Florida

Alaska

New York

California

Illinois

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Louisiana

Massachusetts

Missouri

Virginia

Illinois

Illinois

South Dakota

Georgia

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Michigan

Ohio

California

33


Contributors

Friends of the Memorial—New Century, continued

Karl O. Schwartz

Massachusetts

Dale T. Sirkle, Sr.

Michigan

Slatington Lodge N o - 440

Pennsylvania

Ahmad M. Slim

Washington

Charles “Chuck” Sohm

Nebraska

Solomons Sevens Chapter,

Ohio

Ohio Widows Sons MRA

Barbara G. Spalding

California

Deanna J. Sporhase

Nebraska

Square & Compass Club of the Midlands South Carolina

Clifford F. “Chip” Stamm II

Connecticut

Henry J. Stein

New Jersey

Donald Strock

Virginia

Berk B. Strothman

North Dakota

Thomas K. Sturgeon

Pennsylvania

Gary L. Summers

Illinois

Thomas P. Trimble III

California

Claire V. Tusch

Maine

George L. Unhoch

Massachusetts

Valley of Lynchburg, AASR

Virginia

Valley of Newport News, AASR

Virginia

Valley of Portsmouth, AASR

Virginia

Vista Lodge N o - 215

Oregon

Byron A. Ward

Missouri

Sherrill E. Watkins

North Carolina

Douglas A. Weakley

Ohio

Dennis K. Wickenden

Maryland

Carl B. Willi

Rhode Island

Jay Wilt

Oregon

Thomas L. Winter

New York

Wisdom Lodge N o - 202

California

Platinum

John Airola

Texas

Fred Allen*

Texas

by York Rite Sovereign College

David S. Allmuth

California

Harry L. Anderson, Jr.

Arizona

Annual Conference

Virginia

Mavin Asbill*

North Carolina

by Michael Aycock

Vincent L. Baehr

New Jersey

William F. Barquist

Washington

Batesburg-Leesville Lodge N o - 138

South Carolina

Lester D. Beisner

Illinois

Grant R. Berning

North Carolina

Timothy B. Bertrand

New York

John F. Bonsall

Michigan

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Lionel “Skip” Bourdier, Jr.

Louisiana

Charles B. Burdette

Florida

William K. Buterbaugh

Washington

Ronald Butler

New Mexico

David Chernik

California

John R. “Bo” Cline*

Alaska

by Matanuska Lodge N o - 7

A. Harley Clough Alaska

Gerald R. Cowan

Delaware

Richard A. Crooks

North Dakota

Judith S. Curtis

District of Columbia

Henry E. Davidson, Jr.

Massachusetts

Day-Lite Lodge N o - 358

Wisconsin

Walter Demoorjian

Massachusetts

Dequincy Lodge N o - 279

Louisiana

John L. Deryck

California

Richard F. Dreher

Ohio

Arthur P. Drennan

North Carolina

Herrin Ducote

Louisiana

Donald T. Dudeck

Illinois

David A. Eichelberger

Pennsylvania

Leonard A. Ellis

Maine

Joshua J. Fallick

New Jersey

Bertram & Eugene Feinthel*

Ohio

by Kenneth K. Feinthel

Fort Henry York Rite College N o - 61 West Virginia

Franklin Lodge N o - 12

Delaware

Friendship Lodge N o - 53

Florida

John C. Fuller

Maine

Walter A. Gabriel

Michigan

George Washington Lodge N o - 161 Colorado

Ryan J. Gesund

Michigan

Geoffrey & Nancy Goble

Montana

Terrell V. Goertz

Washington

Greensboro Scottish Rite

North Carolina

Daniel R. Gruber

Illinois

Daniel L. Grygas

New York

William F. Hackett

Illinois

G. Kent Hackney New Jersey

Robert G. Hamilton, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Richard P. Harmon

North Carolina

Hattiesburg Lodge N o - 397

Mississippi

Hilda Lodge N o - 426

South Carolina

Gene E. Hill

Virginia

James T. Hodgson III

Michigan

Randall E. Holce

Oregon

Keith D. Inchierca

Massachusetts

Ivanhoe Lodge N o - 107

Connecticut

Richard T. Jackson

New Jersey

Samuel M. Jones

Virginia

Robert Kahle

New Jersey

James N. Karnegis

Nebraska

34


Contributors

James B. Kershaw

Florida

Frank E. King, Jr.

Minnesota

Emil J. Klingenfus

Virginia

C. Michael Kostbade Indiana

Reginald S. Kuhn

Nebraska

Douglas Y. Kyle

Virginia

Robert D. Lawrence

Texas

William Layman

Maine

Walter R. Leong

New York

Edward M. Libby

Maine

Francis J. Lindquist

Massachusetts

George L. Logan

California

Philip A. Lorenzen

Nebraska

Lower Richland Lodge N o - 406

South Carolina

Manasseh Lodge N o - 182

Virginia

Marion County Patrons Association Indiana

Kevin McCans

Nevada

Theodore P. Milas

Maryland

Frederick D. Miller

Michigan

Christopher Morgan

Michigan

Curt Mortenson

South Carolina

Dee Mowry

Ohio

Mt. Tahoma Lodge N o - 190

Washington

Richard H. Mullard

California

Gary K. Munkelt

Pennsylvania

William R. Nelson

Alaska

Milo P. Nichols

Colorado

Arthur J. Nordquist*

Pennsylvania

by Kendra Seitz Nordquist & William

A. Nordquist Fund of The Columbus Foundation

Joseph M. Orlesh, Jr.

Louisiana

Madison M. Overmoen, Sr.

Minnesota

Nazario Palmieri

Italy

Lewis W. Pennell

Connecticut

The Pep Boys Grand Staff of 1979–1980, New Jersey

Grand Lodge of New Jersey

by Edgar N. Peppler

Irwin B. Pescov

Maryland

S. Colin G. & Lindsey E. Petry Maryland

Ernest A. Phillips

Connecticut

Kris W. Pich

Minnesota

Daniel M. Polvere

Washington

Steven M. Pomerleau

Oregon

Mark W. Pridgen, Sr.

South Carolina

James D. Ridder

Illinois

Delores A. Rodgers

Washington

Leland F. Ross, Jr.

Florida

Kenneth F. Roy, Jr.

Indiana

Lewis Sare

Florida

Robert M. Saverance

South Carolina

Barbara Schierenberg

California

Jim L. Seeger

Oklahoma

Peter Sheardy

Illinois

Roy A. Shubert

New Jersey

Edward E. Smith, Jr.

South Carolina

Garrett Smith

Indiana

Jay W. Smith

Pennsylvania

James Snyder

Virginia

William Sohni

New Hampshire

Springfield Lodge N o - 217

New Mexico

C. Robert Staib III California

Monty O. Stark

Missouri

John C. Straub

Florida

Graham Stullenbarger

Arizona

Gary L. Summers

Illinois

Ray F. Sundstrom, Jr.

New Hampshire

Roger B. Thorin

Connecticut

William L. Trubeck

Minnesota

George L. Unhoch

Massachusetts

Valley of Baltimore, AASR

Maryland

Valley of Northern New Jersey,

New Jersey

Scottish Rite Association

Jeffery P. VanCuren

South Carolina

John C. Vander Horck

California

John G. & Alice M. Verret

California

Jim Walterman

Virginia

Charles W. Ward IV

Alaska

Theodore M. Warner

Indiana

Robert E. Hart

Tennessee

Robert K. Wehrle

Ohio

Tommy L. Wells

Idaho

Kenneth A. West

New Hampshire

Ronald E. Wiest

Washington

Richard Wightman

North Dakota

John E. Wolfarth

Indiana

DaNiel D. Wood

South Carolina

John W. Yankoviz

Michigan

Yellow Springs Lodge N o - 421

Ohio

York Grand Lodge of Mexico, F & AM Mexico

Gregory W. Young

Florida

Donna & Aaron Zwirner

Virginia

Gold

Eugene Abbaticchio

Michigan

Gabriel T. Arnold

Florida

Durward C. Ayre

California

Ronald R. Bauer

New Jersey

Matthew Beahm

Nebraska

James R. Belshe

Oregon

Michael P. Bible

Virginia

Frederick R. Bieber

Massachusetts

Charles E. Bingley, Jr.

Virginia

John K. Bishop

Alaska

John W. Bizzack

Kentucky

35


Contributors

Friends of the Memorial—Gold, continued

Boca-Delray Lodge N o - 171

Florida

Craig Bogle

Virginia

Gary Bohn

Nebraska

John O. Bond, Sr.

Maine

Jeffrey B. Brewer

Montana

Donald W. Broad

Pennsylvania

Larry Brobeck

Florida

Dennis W. Brown

Florida

Arv Burvee

North Dakota

Jim Butler

Indiana

Clyde F. Cameron

Rhode Island

Donald J. Campbell

Washington

Steven A. Campbell

North Carolina

Arthur D. Case, Jr.

Oregon

Lawton E. Case

Washington

Bruce Caswell

Michigan

William C. Chapman

Maine

Edward E. Chase

Wyoming

Cheraw Lodge N o - 15

South Carolina

Ronald K. Christy

Minnesota

Clarkesville Lodge N o - 325

Georgia

Brian T. Copeck

Indiana

Custer Lodge N o - 148

Nebraska

Donald J. Daily

New Jersey

Gary D. Darrow

California

Aaron Davis

Tennessee

Albert Diplacidi

Montana

Steven W. Downs

Minnesota

Mark R. Drayton

Michigan

Ralph A. Easley

New Mexico

Willard Easley

Louisiana

Daniel J. Edmiston

Massachusetts

W. Douglas Edney Minnesota

Thomas E. Eubanks

Illinois

Tom & Paula Fahnestock

North Carolina

Jock H. Faris

Nebraska

Marvin E. Felderman, Jr.

Minnesota

John E. Felty

Utah

Peter H. Frank

Maryland

Robert S. Frankel

Ohio

Melvin B. Frye

Oregon

Donald L. Gehrke

Minnesota

George Washington Masonic Stamp Club Virginia

James E. Gier

Arizona

Golf Lakes Masonic Square Club

Florida

Justus W. Grommé

Delaware

Mark J. Hall

Virginia

Donald Joseph Hammer

Arizona

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Michael R. Hanley

Nevada

Walter D. Hardy

Washington

George W. Haroutunian

Massachusetts

George E. Harrington Jr.

Virginia

Robert A. Harrison, Jr.

Virginia

Robert E. Hart

Tennessee

William B. Harting

Indiana

Clifford Hayes

Louisiana

Richard Heimerdinger

Michigan

John R. Hinves

Massachusetts

William Paul Hoffmark

California

Robert K. Hogue

Texas

James W. Howard

Tennessee

Darrel & Mary Hunter

California

James P. Ison

Kentucky

Stewart G. Israel

Michigan

Timothy W. Jagers

Ohio

Robert L. Johns

Michigan

Phillip A. Johnson

California

Glover H. Jones III

Virginia

Robert E. Kahle, Sr.*

New Jersey

by Robert Kahle

Frank Karwowski

New York

Sam King

Nevada

John G. Koedel, Jr.

Virginia

George J. Krempel

Illinois

Charles P. Kurowsky

New Jersey

Lamar Lodge N o - 287

South Carolina

Hugh K. Lancaster

Illinois

Leeds Lodge N o - 446

Alabama

Brandon Lippincott

California

John R. Louden, Jr.

Illinois

Carl R. Loudenslager

Pennsylvania

James H. Lowell

Massachusetts

John P. Lunkes

Washington

Robert E. Lusk, Jr.

Indiana

MacArthur Lodge N o - 427

South Carolina

Edward D. MacIntyre

Arizona

Adam Marks

Massachusetts

Shirley Marshall

Virginia

Edward T. Martin

Kentucky

Sterling A. Martin, Jr.

New Jersey

E. L. McFeaters, Jr. Nevada

William H. McGahan

Maryland

William T. McKeel

Tennessee

Donald A. McMillan

Pennsylvania

John T Melbourn

California

Ted S. Merrill

California

Dennis W. Mick

Ohio

Alexander R. Nosevich

Connecticut

Eric Nyman

Michigan

Thomas M. Ogles, Jr.

Texas

36


Contributors

Pathfinder Lodge N o - 42

Wyoming

Calvin J. Patton

California

Paul Pennington

Texas

Christopher Petersen

Washington

Lawrence A. Phillips

Maryland

John L. & Kathleen Probst

Illinois

Ana Puente

Florida

Rolando Puente

Florida

Robert Purcell

Michigan

Edworth L. Ray

Washington

Steward Remaly

Virginia

Paul F. Ritenour, Sr.

Washington

John M. Robbins

Maryland

R. James Rocha Florida

Gary Rogers

Virginia

Earl Sale, Sr.

Virginia

John A. Sasse

Maryland

William H. Scherer

Michigan

Lester R. Seiler

Nebraska

David F. Shafer

Indiana

Paul H. Shellenbarger

California

Charles E. Sicknick

New Jersey

James D. Siegfried, Jr

Indiana

John H. Siegner

Michigan

B. Augustus Sims North Carolina

Slatington Lodge N o - 440

Pennsylvania

Terrence A. & Michele F. Smith

Tennessee

Solomon Lodge N o - 10

Nebraska

Robert J. Stalcup

Virginia

James D. Standen

Kansas

Jonathan Stine

Illinois

Ronald D. Stites

Nebraska

William M. Stout

Florida

John C. Straub

Florida

Frank J. Tansley

Florida

James R. Tartal

Pennsylvania

Tate Spring Lodge N o - 438

Tennessee

Temperance Lodge N o - 73

Ohio

The Harvard Lodge

Massachusetts

Otto E. & Lois B. Thiergart

Florida

David M. Thomas

Florida

Rodney E. Thompson

Oregon

William D. Thorne

New Jersey

Ira L. Tilley

North Carolina

Michael M. Timms

Indiana

Alan S. Truax

Virginia

Tulpehocken Chapel N o - 24,

Pennsylvania

St. Thomas of Acon

Valley of Steubenville, AASR

Ohio

David P. Velky

Virginia

James V. Voyles

Idaho

Gerald “Jerry” Walker

Tennessee

Earl J. Washburn

Vermont

Washington Lodge N o - 46

Oregon

Michael Webb

Louisiana

Paul A. Weglage

Ohio

Welfare Lodge N o - 628

Iowa

John W. Westerman III

Florida

Samuel B. Wexler

California

Donald B. Wiswell

Maine

Malcolm Wooff

Massachusetts

Harwood Wright

California

LeRoy G. Zimmerman

Illinois

Silver

Clinton E. Abbott

California

William A. Abbott

Florida

Firman H. Abdill, Jr.

Pennsylvania

William Abernatha, Jr.

Florida

Mussa Able

Arizona

Acacia Lodge N o - 355

Pennsylvania

Paul A. Ackerman

Florida

Warren A. Adams

Louisiana

Gennaro Addesso

New Jersey

Cesar Aguirre

California

Charles R. Albert

Ohio

David J. Allard

Oregon

Bob Allen

Pennsylvania

David P. Allen

Ohio

LeGrand S. Allen

Tennessee

Greg Almand

California

Albert T. Ames

Massachusetts

Billy C. Anderson

Michigan

Frederick Anderson

Louisiana

Jerry L. Anderson

Ohio

Millard Anderson, Jr.

Missouri

Ronald J. Anderson

Michigan

Forrest Andrews

New Jersey

Edward R. Arambula, Jr.

California

David E. Archibald

Massachusetts

Charles D. Arledge

Arizona

Gregory J. Armstrong

Oregon

Brent Arnold

Indiana

David B. Arnold

Ohio

Philip Arony

New York

Michael Artim

Pennsylvania

Charles H. Au

Ohio

W. Ronald Aument New York

William C. Baber

Virginia

Paul M. Bahney

Indiana

Allan J. Bailey

Ohio

John D. Baker III

Florida

Kerry D. Baker

Florida

Robert Baker

Washington

37


Contributors

Friends of the Memorial—Silver, continued

David J. Balistrieri

New Jersey

David A. Balzer

Michigan

S. B. Banner Tennessee

John Bannes

California

John S. Barber, Jr.

Florida

Robert E. Barker

Indiana

Craig S. Barnes

Arizona

William F. Barquist

Washington

R. Edward Baumgardner Pennsylvania

Verdeen K. Beaver

Pennsylvania

Burdette J. Becker

Arizona

Larry P. Becker

California

John K. Bednar

Pennsylvania

Mark E. Behmlander

Michigan

Romeo B. Bejo

California

Joyce A. Bell

Oklahoma

Michael L. Bell, Sr.

Pennsylvania

Howard F. Bellizio, Jr.

New Jersey

Wayne H. Belmer

Massachusetts

Donald L. Berryman

California

Jason Beyer

California

Michael P. Bible**

Virginia

by Howard M. Sobel

James R. Billig

Minnesota

Robert S. Billings

North Dakota

Mike Birnstihl**

Nebraska

by Russ & Julie Reno

Larry Bitow

Idaho

Charles O. Bjorkman

Massachusetts

Walter Blackburn

Georgia

Arthur H. Blades*

New Jersey

by Linda Thompson

Bradford Blake

Maine

Daniel L. Blamer

Michigan

Dennis M. Bleile

California

Michael D. Blodgett

California

John W. Boettjer

Florida

Carl M. Bohmholdt

California

Randall C. Bond

New Mexico

Douglas B. Bonnoront

Ohio

Jacob Bonura

Louisiana

Richard E. Bordner

Ohio

David N. Bouldry

North Carolina

Jetze Gerbenz Bouma

Tennessee

Stephen Boyd

California

Walter S. Boyd

Louisiana

Theodore K. Bradley

Florida

David L. Brady

Pennsylvania

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Delbert M. Braund, Jr.

Bray & Associates, LLC

Jack E. Brecka

Dennis Breen

Robert W. Breiner, Sr.

Dennis A. Brekhus

Roger L. Brewer

R.W. Briggs

John C. Brokaw

John F. Brooks

Bernard S. Brown

Francis Brown

John H. Brown

William C. Brown

William A. Browne

Thomas K. Brummett

Theodore F. Bryson II

James A. Buckhorn

Harold J. Bucks

Robert H. Bullard

Frank M. Bult, Jr.

Richard T. Bundick

Michael A. Burchett

Richard M. Burgess

William J. Burgess

Richard L. Burmeister

Larry L. Burnworth

Manlus Burton

Eduardo L. Buted

James E. Buxton

John F. Byers, Jr.

Ofelio V. Caldejon

Larry M. Cameron

Raymond W. Campbell

Steven Campbell**

by James Little

Suha Can

Alfredo J. Canhoto

Gordon L. Cannon

Alan J. Carlson

Richard Carlton

Ronald L. Carpel

Charles A. Carpenter

Christopher L. Carter

Marco F. Castillo

John Chadwick

Daniel Chaid

Ralph Choueiri

Frederick Christensen

Paul K. Christensen

George M. Chtouros

Anthony Cieri

Ohio

Indiana

Arizona

Massachusetts

Maryland

Maryland

Indiana

Pennsylvania

California

North Carolina

Florida

Virginia

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

Indiana

Nebraska

Louisiana

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Florida

Louisiana

Maryland

Alabama

Massachusetts

Florida

Nebraska

Indiana

Kentucky

California

Ohio

Virginia

Washington

Virginia

New Jersey

Virginia

Washington

Massachusetts

North Dakota

Connecticut

Virginia

Tennessee

Illinois

Maryland

Michigan

California

California

Virginia

Massachusetts

Virginia

California

Massachusetts

38


Contributors

Ned A. Clark

North Carolina

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by Helen S. Heffinger

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by New Market Rotary Club

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by Robert F. Drechsler

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by William M. & Solveig G. Fisher

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

Virginia

by Eleanor W. Laughlin

Russell T. Clements

Virginia

Gordon J. Clifford

Maryland

John R. “Bo” Cline*

Alaska

by Anchorage Lodge N o - 17

John R. “Bo” Cline*

Alaska

by Charles W. Ward IV

Leland Cobb, Jr.

New Hampshire

Robert W. Codling

Florida

Robert K. Cole

Ohio

Michael Coleman

Alabama

Thomas W. Coleman

Virginia

Robert J. Coles

Virginia

Benjamin Wilfred Colodny

California

James A. Combs

Virginia

George H. Cope

California

Matthew Copple

Missouri

Michael & Elizabeth Copps

Virginia

Rey Corpin

California

Kenneth E. Cramer

Virginia

Samuel F. Cressler

Pennsylvania

Bruce A. Crisman

South Dakota

Keith Crossley

California

Kari & Taylor Crowley

Virginia

Richard J. Cudd

New Jersey

Carl E. Culmann

Indiana

Edmund J. Cunningham, Jr.

Michigan

William H. Danzeisen, Jr.

Florida

Michael F. Dattilio

Pennsylvania

Arthur B. Davis

Virginia

Frank Davis

Missouri

Harry E. Davy

Ohio

Day Lodge N o - 58

Virginia

Dennis V. De Cuir

California

Robert J. Deeble

Virginia

James A. Degner

Colorado

C. Franklin DeGraw II Louisiana

Glenn W. Detrick

Pennsylvania

James D. Dickenson

Florida

Robert E. Dickerson

Virginia

Peter Dietrich

Michigan

Emery W. Dixon

Virginia

Frank Dixon

Indiana

Henry C. Dobbs, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Gary K. Dohman

California

Lowell Domier

North Dakota

Jerry L. Donahue

Indiana

Justin Dornhoffer

Massachusetts

Glenn M. Douglas

Virginia

Albert Dove

Pennsylvania

Robert J. Downing

Massachusetts

Douglas Downing*

Ohio

by Paul E. Neidlinger

John C. Drennan

Michigan

Charles W. Dressler*

Virginia

by Dale W. Dressler

E. Garrison Drummond Virginia

Wayne R. Dubbs

Florida

Donald F. Dull, Jr.

Pennsylvania

D. Scott Duncan California

Jess W. Durham

Pennsylvania

Barry S. Eaton

Pennsylvania

E. Robert Elicker II Pennsylvania

James D. Elliott, Jr.

Maryland

Walter H. Elvidge, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Gregory O. Ely

Pennsylvania

Hameed Esmaeili

California

Vincent R. Etzel

New Jersey

Douglas E. Euers

Arizona

Hiram K. Evans

Arkansas

William A. Evans

Michigan

Wayne L. Everett

Florida

Excelsior Lodge N o - 261

North Carolina

Jock H. Faris

Nebraska

Joel L. Farwell

Pennsylvania

Richard F. Faust

Massachusetts

Kurt L. Feldmann

Maryland

David Fierro

Arizona

Herman Fineberg**

Virginia

by Max Rabinovitz

Michael J. Fischer

North Carolina

James W. Fish

Michigan

Glenn Fisher

Virginia

James Fisher

Oregon

Robert W. Fitts

Pennsylvania

Darrel R. Fleming

Tennessee

Stephen Flett

Oregon

Ronald B. Flisher

California

Josue D Flores

Virginia

Vichian Ford

Pennsylvania

Earl Fordham

Washington

Erwin Forrest

Ohio

Lee Foss*

Ohio

by Paul E. Neidlinger

39


Contributors

Friends of the Memorial—Silver, continued

Franklin Lodge N o - 151

Virginia

John Freeburg

Minnesota

W. R. Freeman Mississippi

Clifton Friel

Maryland

Robert Frierson

Florida

John W. Frombach

Pennsylvania

Jeffrey A. Fudge

Indiana

Jay A. Fuggiti

Pennsylvania

Raymond R. Fuller

Massachusetts

Hani W. Gabriel

California

Joseph E Gadea

Virginia

Eric H. Gamble

Louisiana

Dennis C. Garton

California

Denis J. Gaubert

Louisiana

Gary L. Gawne

Michigan

Nicholas J. Geers

Pennsylvania

David R. George

Ohio

Michael E. Geron

Ohio

Albert Gibson

Virginia

Clifford E. Gill

Kentucky

William W. Gillespie, Jr.

Ohio

Eric A. Gillett

Ohio

Keith Gillispie

Virginia

Frank Giordano

New Jersey

William R. Goettle

Virginia

Kenneth Good

Pennsylvania

David I Gooding

Virginia

Mark R. Gordon

Florida

Loren J. Graves

Pennsylvania

Gary D. Gray

California

Charles L. Green

Mississippi

Jerome M. Greenberg

New Jersey

Lance A. Greenwood

South Carolina

Matthew L. Gress

Pennsylvania

Harvey V. Grimmball

Louisiana

Corville Griner

New Jersey

Richard M. Gross

California

Walter T. Gross

Virginia

Roger E. Guisewite

Pennsylvania

William R. Gurley, Sr.

Virginia

George B. Hacking

Massachusetts

John A. Hales

Ohio

William M. E. Haley

California

Virgil K. Hall

Kentucky

Roger Hamanjy

California

Kenneth W. Hames

Georgia

Robert G. Hamilton, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Carlton L. Hampton

Florida

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Hancock Lodge N o - 115

Paul W. Harbord

Erik Harbour

Walter D. Hardy

Eugene B Harlow

Ora D. Harman

Gary G. Harper, Sr.

John R. Harrington

Clayton G. Harris

Jerome A. Harrison

Stanley A. Harrison

William L. Harshbarger

Hal B. Harting

Edward J. Hartley

Gerald R. Hartling

Hugh Harwell

Ghassan A. Hasan

Brian Hass

Donald W. Hatfield

Robert A. Hatfield

James E. Havlik

Hugh D. Hayes

Patrick S. Hayes

Gabrielle Hazelton

Kenneth Heggenstaller

James T. Heim

James M. Heimann

William Hems III

Donald J. Hendrick

Helmut Henkel

William E. Henrich

Eugene H. Hepner

George R. Herion

Paul F. Herren

Ronald W. Hess

Gary M. Himes

Jerry Hinman

Hiram Lodge N o - 18

William L. Hockenberry

Keith W. Hoffman

Dale S. Holland

Betty G. Holsonback

David Holton

Andrew F. Holzinger

James M. Hooker

Ray S. Hoosier

David B. Horne

Jerrold M. Hornstein

Robert K. Hottel

Vance Hough

Jeff A. Howard

Mark E. Howard

Kentucky

New Jersey

California

Washington

Virginia

California

New Jersey

Massachusetts

Florida

New Jersey

Michigan

Indiana

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Massachusetts

Alabama

Florida

California

Indiana

Delaware

South Dakota

Florida

Massachusetts

Alaska

South Carolina

Indiana

Ohio

California

Florida

Florida

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Florida

Indiana

Maryland

Michigan

Ohio

Pennsylvania

California

Florida

Alabama

Mississippi

Ohio

Arizona

Minnesota

Virginia

California

Virginia

Virginia

Maryland

Ohio

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Contributors

James F. Hubbard, Jr.

California

W. Dale Huff, Jr. Virginia

W. Daniel Hughes New Jersey

James B. Hunnicutt

California

Robert C. Hunt

Ohio

Ivan M. Iverson

Washington

Michael C. Jachimczyk

Connecticut

Richard L. Jacobs

Pennsylvania

Mario A. Javier

Washington

Claire D. Jensen

Arizona

Rob Johns

Maryland

Charles B. Johnson

Virginia

Gary W. Johnson

Florida

George W. Johnson

Washington

Loren J. Johnson

Minnesota

Angie J. Jones

Texas

Judson C. Jones

APO AE

Blake Northup Jordan

Virginia

Dennis Paul Jordan

California

Thomas Kalanekos

New Jersey

James Katsaounis

Pennsylvania

Frank E. Keatts, Jr.

Michigan

Frederick A. Keiper, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Dan M. Kemble

Kentucky

Lewis B. Kepler, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Herbert I. Kepnes

Massachusetts

Robert C. Kern

Ohio

Donald J. Kerr

Virginia

Inman W. Kerr

Florida

David Keyes

Massachusetts

Danny J. Kingsley

Mississippi

Jerry N. Kirby

Texas

Delanson Kitchen

Virginia

Christopher H. Kittleson

Florida

Taylor Kleineick

Ohio

Dale W. Klever

California

Calvin W. Kline

Nevada

Bruce Kling

Alaska

E. D. Klinger California

Erik Knappman

Pennsylvania

Richard L. Knight

Florida

William Knott

Massachusetts

Karl O. Knutson

Minnesota

Manfred A. Koebig

Alabama

Henry W. Krafft

Michigan

Robert T. Kropilak

Massachusetts

Walter B. Kropp

Ohio

E. Thomas Kuhn, Jr. Pennsylvania

Robert J. Laczko

Ohio

Diosdado S. Lallana

California

Earl W. Laney

Pennsylvania

Giuseppe Lanzerotta

New Hampshire

Walter F. Larsen, Jr.

Illinois

Elizabeth Lasch

North Dakota

David Lavery

Rhode Island

Shelby Law

Michigan

Richard Lechner

New Jersey

Hanson Lee

Michigan

Jerry Lee

Mississippi

Christian K. Leeds

Maryland

Charles D. Leise

Pennsylvania

James F. Lenz

Ohio

Victor M. Lerma

California

Jay Levy

California

Charles L. Lewis

Illinois

Raymond Earl Lewis II

Maryland

Conrado Lezcano

New York

Jay H. Lietzow

Minnesota

Bruce A. Likness

South Dakota

James A. Linnerman

California

Dale Lively

Louisiana

Robert F. Livingston

Pennsylvania

Edwin R. Lofgren, Jr.

Massachusetts

James A Lofton

Maryland

Gerald A. Logan

Washington

John T. Lohr

North Carolina

Gary R Long

New Jersey

Ronald E. Long

Indiana

Lorenzo G. Lopez, Jr.

California

Orry Lovat

United Kingdom

John R. Lowe

Virginia

Ernest C. Lowery

Mississippi

George H. Luman

Ohio

Richard E. Lyons

Virginia

Dione D. Maceda

California

Roman Maciag

Florida

Harvey Macqurrie

Washington

Gregory R. Maier

California

Curtice Malone

Ohio

Paul S. Maney

Massachusetts

Warren Manter

Maine

Vahram Manukyan

California

William G. Marlin

Pennsylvania

Donald E. Marlow

Indiana

Mark C. Mason

Texas

E. J. Masters Pennsylvania

William P. Maxam

Indiana

Gregg D. McBride, Jr.

Virginia

George G. McClellan

Georgia

John F. McCombs

Pennsylvania

John H. McConnell II

Ohio

Robert W. McConnell

California

Marion McCosh

Indiana

William L. McCutcheon

Pennsylvania

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Contributors

Friends of the Memorial—Silver, continued

Ray G. McDaniel

Ohio

Douglas C. McFarland

South Dakota

Kenneth S. McGlothlin

Florida

Bruce W. McIlrath

Pennsylvania

Metzler F. McIntyre

Massachusetts

William B. McIntyre

Pennsylvania

Kevin McKenna

Massachusetts

Thomas G. McLenahan

Florida

Howard E. McMackin

California

Richard E. McMasters

Ohio

Vaughn E McNeely

Arizona

Thomas W. McNorton

Indiana

Larry J. McSweeney

Ohio

Robert E. Mead

Nebraska

James A. Meehan

Pennsylvania

Ralph B. Metellus

Massachusetts

Lee W. Milde

California

Justin Miles

Maryland

Charles R. Miller

Florida

Ed R. Miller

Pennsylvania

Forrest P. Miller

Wisconsin

Jacob H. Miller III

Delaware

Jeffords D. Miller

Florida

Paul A. Miller

North Carolina

Tim Milner

California

Donald L. Mitchell

Ohio

Don C. Moffett

Pennsylvania

Christopher Mohler

Ohio

Robert V. Monacelli

New Jersey

Jesus M. Monreal

New Jersey

George R. Monroe, Jr.

Ohio

Donald G. Moon

Florida

Richard L. Moor

Indiana

Earl F. Moore

North Carolina

Geraldine P. Moore

North Carolina

John A. Moore

Massachusetts

John A. Morrison

North Dakota

Eugene “Sam” Morse

Louisiana

Frank P. Moschella

New Jersey

Richard N. Moseman

California

John E. Motel

Missouri

Ralph O. Moyer

Connecticut

William S. Moyer

Pennsylvania

Gary R Mudd

Washington

John J. Mulhall

Washington

Gary K. Munkelt

Pennsylvania

James V. Munson

Oregon

Christopher Murphy

Vermont

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Delbert W. Murphy

Richard T. Murphy

Edwin W. Murray

Mark P. Murray

Charles Warren Myers

Barry M. Napoleon

David G. Nation

Paul J. Nelson

Ritch A. Nelson

William A. Neri

Ronald Neujahr

John L. Newbegin

Donald A. Newell

James H. Newman

Norval S. Nicholls

Robert E. Nichols

Hugh R. Nisbet

Jesse Noa

Jerald R. O’Banion

Timothy P. O’Brien

Randall A. Olson

William P. Olson

Jay R. O’Neil

Joseph H. Orr III

Larry M. Ort

Richard A. Padilla

Lawrence Paige

Timothy L. Parker

Billy K. Parks, Jr.

Larry J. Partee

Bruce L. Patterson

Jason R. Paul

Rock A. Pauley

Edward E. Paulson

Pearl Lodge N o - 23

Robert A. Pearson

Allan D. Pedersen

Pelahatchie Lodge N o - 276

John J. Pennesi

Barton M. Perry

John F. Peterson

Ulrick Petit-Homme

Joe Phelps

Amos E. Pierce

Michael R. Pino

James W. Pipes

Larry S. Plasket

Bernard A. Platt

John W. Poe III

Gregg Poehner

Carlos J. Polhamus

Taras Poluhanycz

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Massachusetts

Virginia

California

South Carolina

Virginia

Nebraska

New York

Minnesota

Florida

North Carolina

Pennsylvania

Illinois

Massachusetts

Nevada

Pennsylvania

California

Michigan

Nebraska

Pennsylvania

Massachusetts

Pennsylvania

Indiana

New York

Nevada

Ohio

Ohio

Ohio

Nebraska

Pennsylvania

Virginia

Ohio

Mississippi

Illinois

Virginia

Mississippi

Maryland

California

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Virginia

New Jersey

New Jersey

Michigan

New Jersey

New Jersey

Connecticut

Indiana

California

Michigan

42


Contributors

Pontiac Lodge N o - 429

South Carolina

Edward M. Pool

South Carolina

Gilbert E. Porterfield, Jr.

Michigan

Larry S. Poston, Sr.

Alabama

James T. Potts

New Jersey

Eugene Powell

Florida

James R. Pratt

Utah

Donald S. Price

California

Julius F. Prieto

APO AE

William D. Pruitt, Jr.

Florida

Thomas L. Pryor

California

John S. Purmont

Ohio

Roger L. Pursley

Indiana

Kevin Puzio

New Jersey

Norman R. Quarles, Jr.

Mississippi

Dale E. Quelle

California

Joseph A. Quesenberry

Virginia

Ferdinand B. Quiambao

California

W. C. Quickel Ohio

Eugene D. Racz

Maryland

Raymond P. Raehn

Virginia

John M. Raines, Jr.

Maryland

David Ramsey

South Carolina

C. Robert Rapine Pennsylvania

John R. Ratje

Arizona

Crawford A. Rayne

Maryland

Robert W. Reardon

Ohio

Roger D. Reason

Florida

Sherman L. Reece

Virginia

Raymond L. Reed, Jr.

Maryland

John E. Reedy

Ohio

William A. Reid

Massachusetts

Earl A. Reinheimer III

Pennsylvania

Charles R. Reisinger

Florida

Richard H. Reithoffer

Florida

William A. Remo

Pennsylvania

Michael Renfrow

Louisiana

Stephen W. Ressler

Washington

Roy E. Revis

North Carolina

Yoel M. Reyes

Florida

Cleveland Reynolds

Maryland

Earl A. Rice

Maryland

Robert M. Richards

Ohio

Ronnie R. Richardson

Ohio

Rick Williams

Kentucky

Robert B. Ricketson

Massachusetts

Aaron M. Riddle

Michigan

Richard G. Ridgeway

Florida

James W. Rife

Pennsylvania

Randal L. Ringhaver

Florida

Donald M. Rising

Pennsylvania

Paul F. Ritenour, Sr.

Washington

James P. Robb*

Wisconsin

by Gregory R. Pawell

Fred R. Robbins

Pennsylvania

Mark Robbins

Minnesota

Robert C. Roberge

Florida

Terrance A. Roberts

Michigan

Richard Robinson

Michigan

Robert C. Rodek

Ohio

Christopher R. Rogers

Ohio

Charles Brian Rokes

New York

Dante P. Rosete

California

Lawrence M. Roskos

Pennsylvania

James R. Ross

Indiana

John K. Ross

Massachusetts

Heinz D. Rosskothen

Connecticut

James D. Rowan

Alabama

Richard M. Royalty, Sr.

Indiana

Terry L Royce

Maryland

J. Scott Ruch New Jersey

Larry D. Rummel

North Carolina

Edward A. Rund

Illinois

Douglas Russell

California

Russellville Lodge N o - 166

Ohio

William H. Sackett

Florida

Phillip Sager

Maryland

Jim D. Sains

Texas

Elliott Salter

California

Sam Todd Lodge N o - 182

Louisiana

Ben Michael N. Sapida

Washington

John F. Saum

Washington

Robert L. Schapp, Jr.

Missouri

William F. Schieber

Virginia

Don R. Schilling

Indiana

William G. Schlobohm

Illinois

Richard F. Schmidt

Delaware

Victor Schmidt

Oregon

Martin H Schneider

Ohio

Clinton E. Schneyer, Jr.

Massachusetts

Leonard W. Schrade

Minnesota

Dennis H. Scoville

California

Steven Scurek

Minnesota

Ivan K. Sears

Pennsylvania

Jim L. Seeger

Oklahoma

Marc A. Seidner

California

Michael R. Seiler

California

Scott Severns**

New Jersey

by Blairstown Lodge N o - 165

Gilbert L. Seymore

South Carolina

Harry P. Shaffer, Jr.

Florida

Paul N. Shank, Sr.

Pennsylvania

Charles S. Shanks

Ohio

William E. Sharp

New Jersey

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Contributors

Friends of the Memorial—Silver, continued

Calvin J. Shaud

New Jersey

Hugh Gary Shaw

Oregon

Mark D. Shearer

California

Joe Sheets

Indiana

Jay H. Sheffield

Louisiana

David H. Sheidler

Ohio

Carlton J. Sherman

Massachusetts

Thomas F. Shott

Pennsylvania

William J. Shoulders

Indiana

Robert J. Shue

Indiana

David Siemon

South Dakota

Albert G. Silbaugh, Jr.

South Carolina

Edward P. Simcox II

Pennsylvania

Mitchell C. Simmons, Jr.

Virginia

James E. Simpson

Indiana

John Skelly

Ohio

Michael Skidmore

Indiana

Ralph H. Slider, Sr.

Pennsylvania

Matthew Slocum

Illinois

Barry Smith

California

Dale W. Smith

Michigan

Joel F. Smith

Alabama

John D. Smith

Pennsylvania

Lynn J. Smith

Ohio

Richard M. Smith

Texas

Rodney M. Smith

Florida

Donald E. Snyder

Florida

Joseph M. Snyder II

Michigan

Robert W. Soll

Virginia

Dennis W. Spears

Missouri

Jeffrey B. Spence

Arizona

William T. Sperry, Jr.

New Jersey

James I. Starratt

Massachusetts

Richard J. Stemmler

Pennsylvania

James A. Stephens

Florida

Gerald E. Stinson

Indiana

Stephen E. Stouffer

Florida

Kent A. Stradley

Washington

Richard E. Strauss

Virginia

Timothy B. Strawn**

Ohio

by Thomas R. Labagh

Robert W. Streeter

Tennessee

Douglas Strother

California

Rick Stroud

South Carolina

Martin O. Swartz

Delaware

Roger R. Talanian

Massachusetts

David Tate

Oregon

Charles E. Taylor, Jr.

New Jersey

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Daniel H. Taylor, Jr.

Larry C. Taylor

William O. Taylor

Ernest H. Telgheider

James L. Tenner

Robert Tesch

James Teske

Kenneth S. Thatcher

The Hourglass Foundation

Theodore P. Theodores

Phillip A. Thompson

Thomas D. Thompson

David L. Thornton

Raymond Tisot

Daniel D. Todd

Joseph P. Tolen

Alberto L. Tomines

Robert J. Tonn

Mark Torres

Maj William Torrigo

Max L. Trachsel

James T. Tresner**

by Jim L. Seeger

Scott Truax

Aaron Trythall

James R. Tuorila

James A. Tutorow

David J. Ullrich

Richard W. Ulman

Chris Unger

Ryan Unwin

William E. Updike

Steven C. Vandevander

Tyler E. Vanice

Vardaman Lodge N o - 527

Peter Coe Verbica Family**

by Peter Coe Verbica

Bruce Vesper

Roland Wadge

Laurel & Jim Wadley

Linn D. Walker

Matthew Walters

Michael S. Wanca

Dale E. Wankel

Troy B. Ward

John J. Warner

Isaac Watkin

James R. Wayman

Michael Webb

Jeff & Anita Webb**

by Michael Webb

Alan K. Webster

Massachusetts

California

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

California

South Dakota

Florida

Ohio

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Virginia

Washington

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Virginia

Pennsylvania

California

New Mexico

Washington

Virginia

Ohio

Oklahoma

Virginia

Maryland

Minnesota

Florida

Florida

Ohio

Pennsylvania

California

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Virginia

Mississippi

California

Washington

Ohio

Arizona

Nebraska

North Carolina

New Jersey

Georgia

Florida

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Indiana

Louisiana

Louisiana

West Virginia

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Contributors

Robert G. Weckman

Joel Weissman

Charles C. Wells

Thomas H. Wells

James E. West

Roberty A. Westby

Robert C. Westerberg

James D. Westfall

William B. Westfall

Aaron Ernest Wexler*

by Samuel B. Wexler

Chad W. White

White Pass Lodge N o - 1

LeRoy C. Wible

Kenneth Wical

Jerold Wiegand

William J. Wiggers

Dennis Wilcox

Jeffery M. Wilkins

Lionel G. Willard

Gino W. Williams

Harold E. Williams

Lloyd J. Williams

Richard P. Williams

Tony Williams

Lewis E. Winder

Charles Winston

Frank A. Winters

Raymond G. Wittersheim

Duane Wold

Alois J. Wolf

Charles F. Wolter, Jr.

Lloyd Gary Wright

Robert A. Wright

Paul H. Wuerth

Dimitrios N. Xanthakos

Charles S. Yates

Artak Yenokyan

Brad Yocca

William A. Young

William M. Young, Jr.

Mark A. Zeidenstein

Andrew S. Zelez

Joseph H. Zerbey IV

John F. Zingg, Jr.

Ohio

New Jersey

Illinois

Connecticut

California

Minnesota

Oregon

California

Indiana

California

Indiana

Alaska

Pennsylvania

North Carolina

California

New York

Utah

California

Virginia

Virginia

Florida

Michigan

California

APO AE

Washington

United Kingdom

Florida

Virginia

North Dakota

Illinois

Indiana

Florida

New Jersey

Oregon

Ohio

Virginia

California

Michigan

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Connecticut

Arizona

Potomac Lodge N o - 5

Washington Lodge N o - 70

Washington Daylight Lodge N o - 14

Alexandria-Washington Lodge N o - 22

Federal Lodge N o - 1

Washington Lodge N o - 46

George Washington Lodge N o - 161

Fellowship Lodge N o - 236

Marine Lodge

Wamesit Lodge

Columbian Lodge

Jackson Lodge N o - 82

Golden Rule Lodge

Mount Moriah Lodge N o - 2

Mount Lebanon Lodge

Abraham C. Treichler Lodge N o - 682

Andrew Jackson Lodge N o - 120

Liberty Lodge N o - 299

Sequin Level Lodge N o - 140

Ionic Lodge N o - 110

Washington Lodge N o - 21

Fredericksburg Lodge N o - 4

Downtown Lodge N o - 86

Pearl Lodge N o - 23

Kittatinny Lodge N o - 164

Washington Lodge N o - 59

East Lansing Lodge N o - 480

Lancaster Lodge N o - 54

Scottsdale Lodge N o - 43

Rome Lodge N o - 535

Infinity Lodge N o - 546

Visalia Mineral King Lodge N o - 128

Washington Lodge

Corinthian Lodge N o - 63

Alma Lodge N o - 244

Cotner Lodge N o - 297

Mount Rushmore Lodge N o - 220

Arizona Lodge N o - 2

St. George’s Lodge N o - 6

Oriental Lodge N o - 27

Hickman Lodge N o - 256

Ocean Lodge N o - 89

Evergreen Park Lodge N o - 1171

Bellevue Lodge N o - 325

North Hill Lodge N o - 210

District of Columbia

Connecticut

District of Columbia

Virginia

District of Columbia

Oregon

Colorado

Michigan

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Missouri

Massachusetts

Utah

Massachusetts

Pennsylvania

Virginia

California

Connecticut

Connecticut

New York

Virginia

Arizona

Mississippi

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Michigan

Nebraska

Arizona

Ohio

Pennsylvania

California

Massacusetts

Connecticut

Michigan

Nebraska

South Dakota

Arizona

New York

Delaware

Nebraska

New Jersey

Illinois

Nebraska

Washington

The Society of Washington Lodges

Washington Lodge N o - 20

Washington-LaFayette Lodge N o - 176

George Washington Lodge N o - 251

(now University Lodge N o - 141)

California

Virginia

Washington

The George Washington Memorial Society

L. Todd Eastham Kentucky

Ridgely H. Gilmour

Utah

Anne Carroll Gilmour

Utah

Jack D. Anderson

Montana

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Contributors

The George Washington Memorial Society, continued

Gale H. Kenney

Washington

Philip G. Buchholz

Wyoming

J. F. “Jeff ” Webb Louisiana

Donald G. Hicks, Jr.

Massachusetts

James T. Feezell

District of Columbia

Akram R. Elias

District of Columbia

Frederick E. Kaiser, Jr.

Michigan

Louis Castle

Nevada

Randall K. Slinkard

Texas

Paul M. Carroll

Massachusetts

James M. Scearce, Jr. †

Virginia

John R. “Bo” Cline †

Alaska

Kerry D. Kirk

Virginia

David B. “Ben” Browning

Virginia

Miriam F. Browning

Virginia

James A. Manninen †

Massachusetts

Graham A. Long

Massachusetts

Clark B. Loth

Massachusetts

Hans S. Pawlisch

Maryland

Steve Wittberger

United Kingdom

Christopher Wade

Virginia

Robert P. Conley

Michigan

Barry A. Rickman

South Carolina

Roger A. Simmons

Alabama

Loyd Davis

Virginia

Volodya A. Lozanov

Bulgaria

Emil M. Harsev

Bulgaria

Michael L. Caprio, Jr.

New Jersey

Donald Smith

District of Columbia

Todd Smith

Texas

Anna E. Clark †

New Jersey

Chester H. Clark

New Jersey

Oscar LopezMiranda

Texas

James A. Schad †

Michigan

Dean R. Baker

Pennsylvania

Lawrence E. Bethune

Massachusetts

Shawn E. Eyer

Virginia

George D. Seghers

Virginia

Louise Gates Seghers

Virginia

Seth A. Hunter

Massachusetts

George O. Braatz

Maryland

Larry Christenson

Pennsylvania

Thomas W. Jackson

Pennsylvania

Andrew Huttner

Virginia

O. McNeil Marple Virginia

Michael R. Aulicino

Virginia

Charles W. McElwee

Maryland

Dean S. Clatterbuck †

Virginia

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Sandra Clatterbuck

Virginia

Joseph G. Funcasta

Massachusetts

Thomas A. Spencer

Texas

David Narkunas

New Hampshire

Robert N. Stutz

New Jersey

Leo F. “Lee” Snidersich

Michigan

Edgar N. Peppler

New Jersey

Lon W. Kvasager

North Dakota

Daniel Toole

Michigan

William R. Currier

Massachusetts

Prince D. Selvaraj

Ontario

Paul Ricciardi

Massachusetts

Austin Ryan

Massachusetts

Richard J. Stewart

Massachusetts

Jeffery Derocher

Michigan

Karl Buschhaus

Wisconsin

Alexander Jordan

Washington

B. Palmer Mills Georgia

Richard B. Anderson

Wisconsin

Marc J. Milburn

Michigan

F. Richard Carlson Illinois

Donald H. LaLiberte

Massachusetts

Richard P. Schulze

Florida

Dennis Grant

Florida

Thomas E. Gilliam, Jr.

Virginia

Frederick G. Kleyn

California

William E. Haase

Michigan

Robert K. McDilda

Texas

Gerald Blomquist

Michigan

Corey F. Curtiss

Michigan

Bryce B. Hildreth

Iowa

Stephen J. Ponzillo III †

Maryland

Kenneth G. Nagel

California

Frank R. Dunaway, Jr. †

Florida

Kenneth S. Wyvill, Jr.

Maryland

G.R. “Mike” Harman

South Carolina

Frank V. Sturgeon

Virginia

James G. Kelley

Nevada

Emil J. Klingenfus

Virginia

John Vining

Massachusetts

Joseph M. Van Name

Virginia

Carl Gagliardi †

Virginia

R. Robert McElwee Pennsylvania

Jeffrey N. Nelson

North Dakota

Leonard Proden

District of Columbia

Robert D. Pollock

Virginia

James Arnold

California

Robert W. Gregory

Colorado

Damon Riddell

Virginia

D. Brook Cunningham Arizona

Robert Russell

Michigan

Fred E. Allen †

Texas

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Contributors

Geraldine Windham Werdig

Virginia

Harry B. Lyon †

Virginia

Daniel R. Ruiz-Isasi

Florida

Tim Russell

Virginia

Blaine H. Simons

Utah

James H. Laughlin

Virginia

Tod William Voss

Nebraska

Dennis Herrold

Michigan

Jerry L. Durmire

North Carolina

Wayne Sirmon

Alabama

Robert C. Chamberlain

Massachusetts

Marty Alexander

Hawaii

Ryan Koniak

Virginia

Marshall E. Waters

Virginia

Kenji Oomura

Japan

William B. Ten Eyck

South Carolina

Douglas W. McDonald, Sr.

Georgia

Charles H. “Chuck” Gilson

South Dakota

S. Vance Wilkins, Jr. Virginia

Jeffrey Schulmeister

Michigan

Paul Bailey

Colorado

Robert F. Drechsler

District of Columbia

Jeffrey D. Maynor

Louisiana

Mark A. Tabbert

Virginia

Richard Davidson

New Hampshire

Claire V. Tusch

Maine

Arthur Temple

South Dakota

George L. Herbolsheimer IV

Massachusetts

John Ryder

Massachusetts

Ed Bousquet

Oregon

Wade E. Sheeler

Iowa

Joe Baroudi

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Michael T. Aycock

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Richard J. Herrmann

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Karl V. Hopkins

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Charles Knapp, Jr.

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John LeRoy

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Joseph A. Barbier

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Paul Weglage

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King Geiser

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Michael P. Bible

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Jimmie L. Windham

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Douglas L. Caudle

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Rex C. Hasty

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Simon R. LaPlace

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Mason Russell

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Thomas K. Sturgeon

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John C. Posey

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Gerald E. Klein

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Shelby P. Lasalle, Jr.

Louisiana

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Merle Wade, Jr.

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Yongjun Su

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Michael Holt

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Kent Carter

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Russell G. Reno

Nebraska

Michael Rothman

New Jersey

Vincent L. Baehr

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South Carolina

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Virginia

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Brian H. Blades

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Matt Mahan

Mississippi

William J. Hill III

Louisiana

Gilbert W. Carlton, Jr.

Colorado

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California

Donald Carmean

South Carolina

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Richard J. Elman

Indiana

Carl B. Willi

Rhode Island

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Tennessee

Yancey P. Smith

South Dakota

David Williamson

Ohio

Xerxes Zeno Herrington

Mississippi

Gary Olsen

New Jersey

Ronald C. Ashman

California

Samuel M. Jones

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John Richards

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Matthew Beahm

Nebraska

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Virginia

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Virginia

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Minnesota

Preston L. Doerflinger

Oklahoma

Gary G. Wyne

Indiana

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Alabama

Kent E. Stoddard, Jr.

Connecticut

Kurt Gazow

Washington

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Alaska

Geoffrey Goble

Montana

Nancy Goble

Montana

Darrell B. Jordan

Idaho

Douglas V. Jones

Virginia

Gordon Johnson

Washington

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Dean S. Clatterbuck*

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Lloyd M. Creighton**

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Frank N. du Treil, Jr.**

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Randolph S. Fowler*

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Howard H. Lyons*

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& Sunnyside Lodge N o - 163

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Melvin & Verlene Miller*

by Melanie Miller

New Jersey Grand Lodge Staff 2019**

Donald J. Redlich*

by Trinity Conclave,

Red Cross of Constantine

Nathaniel R. Stiles**

by Wisdom Lodge N o - 202

Hella Taubert*

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Aaron Ernest Wexler*

by Samuel B. Wexler

Alan Ivan Wright*

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Gerald F. Yeager**

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Pennsylvania DeMolay

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Pennsylvania

Oregon

California

Pennsylvania

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Michigan

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North Carolina

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Massachusetts

Michael D. Brumback

Indiana

Philip G. Buchholz

Wyoming

Steven A. Campbell

North Carolina

Richard J. Elman

Indiana

Shawn E. Eyer

Virginia

Ridgely H. Gilmour

Washington

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Indiana

Grand Lodge of Kansas

Kansas

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Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania

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Grand Lodge of Utah

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Donald G. Hicks, Jr.

Massachusetts

Karl V. Hopkins

Texas

James C. Laird

Wisconsin

Masonic Home P & C

Louisiana

National Sojourners, Inc.

Virginia

Russell G. Reno

Nebraska

George D. & Louise G. Seghers

Virginia

Clifford F. “Chip” Stamm II

Connecticut

Patricia L. & William G. L.Turner

South Carolina

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Jeffery P. VanCuren

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William D. Aaron

Indiana

Cromwell Acosta

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Jacob B. Adams

Pennsylvania

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A. R. Adelmann, Jr. Ohio

Keith E. Albertson

Virginia

Edgar Albornoz

Arizona

Martha A. Albro

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Mark Alexander

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Virginia

Brian M. Algeo

Ohio

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California

Billy Allen

Michigan

Erastus Allen

Pennsylvania

Marvin T. Allen

Indiana

Amazon Smile Foundation

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Minnesota

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California

Glenn L. Anderson

Pennsylvania

James R. Anderson

Nebraska

Lowell Anderson

Ohio

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Indiana

Perry H. Anderson

South Dakota

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Minnesota

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Charles D. Angstadt

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Rhyno F. Antonio

Florida

Patrick A. Aquia

Maryland

Clarence Ardoin

Louisiana

Douglas L. Armstrong

Massachusetts

Jodie C. Arnold

Maryland

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Michigan

Thomas R. Arnsman

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Nebraska

William D. Assenheimer

Ohio

Marion F. Attaviano

Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania

Jim Augustus

Indiana

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Joseph Bachar III

Lanny R. Bachman, Sr.

Isaac R. Bacon

Oscar Bud Bader

James D. Bahrt

Kenneth K. Bailey, Jr.

Larry P. Baillon

Kenneth A. Baird

Arthur W. Baker

Dennis A. Baker

Kenneth L. Baker, Sr.

Richard A. Baker

Elgin Ball

Raymond C. Ballard

Lloyd T. Balmer

Emmanuel Baluyot

Claude A. Barden

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Donald I. Barker

William J. Barkley

Donald Barley

Larry D. Barnes

Lonnie Ray Barnes

David D. Barnett

Janet Barnett

David Barron

Todd A. Barthelmas

Larry R. Bartley

Lawrence W. Barton

Bill Bartos

Daniel W. Bassford

Perry Baston

Maurice R. Bateman, Jr.

Ronald R. Bauer

Arturo M. Bautista

Ernie G. Bautista

Chester G. Baxter

James W. Baxter

Ralph F. Baylor

Raymond F. Beahm

Thomas A. Beardshall

Thomas B. Beattie

George R. Beauchesne

Michael D. Bechtel

John C. Bechtold, Jr.

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Arizona

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California

Ohio

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Michigan

Florida

California

Indiana

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Florida

Ohio

Indiana

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Ohio

Florida

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California

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Indiana

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Florida

Maryland

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Michigan

Zachariah Becker

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Maryland

Greg Beckley

Pennsylvania

John H. Beeson

Oregon

Jack Belchinsky

Colorado

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California

John B. Bell

Pennsylvania

Thomas T. Bell

Virginia

Howard C. Beltz

California

George P. Bennett

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Howard M. Bercraft

Maryland

John Bergacs III

New Jersey

John Berge

Washington

David M. Berkey

New Jersey

J. Ernest Bernice Pennsylvania

Charles E. Berry

Pennsylvania

Donald F. Berth

Massachusetts

Norman O. Besheer

Missouri

Charles C. Bever, Jr.

Florida

Earle J. Beveridge

Ohio

Charles R. Bewley

Pennsylvania

Roger B. Bibb

California

James R. Billig

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Ronald S. Billiter

Ohio

John C. Birch, Jr.

Oregon

Keith K. Bird

Pennsylvania

Albert S. Birrell

Connecticut

Gregory A. Bitler

Pennsylvania

W. Andrew Bitner Pennsylvania

Doyle R. Black

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William O. Black

Ohio

Jesse C. Blackwell

Florida

Arthur H. Blades*

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David A. Blaine

Indiana

John Blaney

New Jersey

Carrol Blankenship

California

Marvin T. Blevins

Pennsylvania

Earl Carlton Blount, Jr.

Massachusetts

Jeffrey Bogle

Nebraska

James A. Bogusky

Pennsylvania

Walter F. Bojoquez

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Marko Bojovic

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Joseph K. Bolin

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David Bolsman

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Russell Bonchu, Jr.

Maryland

Harold L. Bond

Pennsylvania

Dwight S. Bonifield

Ohio

Fred A. Boone

Arizona

Robert L. Boor, Jr.

Florida

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Donald Booth

Ohio

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Washington

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Hisham Botam

Virginia

Oliver J Boucher

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Donald A. Bourff

Indiana

Joe Bourland

California

Charles R. Bowen

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Frederick J. Bower

Maryland

Terry L. Bowman

Florida

Kenneth R. Boyce

Virginia

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Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania

Harry K. Boyer

Pennsylvania

Kenneth C. Brackbill

Pennsylvania

Robert Bradbury

California

David L. Braddock

Florida

Robert W. Bradfield

Arizona

James E. Bradley*

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David Bradshaw

Maryland

James H. Bragg

Colorado

George R. Brandon

Ohio

James Branum

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Warren E. Bray

Pennsylvania

Edgar A. Bredemeier

Nebraska

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North Carolina

Charles B Brickell

Virginia

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California

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Charles W. Brooks

Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania

Guy Brookshire

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Elias B. Brown

Oregon

Harry C. Brown

Arizona

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Indiana

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Joe E. Brown

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Lawrence Brown

Indiana

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Wade Brown

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Washington

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Nicholas Bruno

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William B. Buehler

California

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Robert H. Bullard

Florida

William L. Bundick

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Harry W. Bungard

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Melvin L. Bunner

Indiana

Larry Burch

Virginia

David L. Burger

Indiana

Dolphus Burke

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Robert A. Burke

South Dakota

Joseph H. Burkel III

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Robert F. Burkhardt, Jr.

Ohio

Scott Burnett

Florida

Dennis R. Burns

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David L. Burrier

Pennsylvania

Richard E. Burton

Indiana

Bradley C. Bush

Massachusetts

John H. Buskey

Ohio

James R. Butcher

Maryland

Jim Butler

Indiana

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Minnesota

C. I. Jun Caba California

Eloso Cabanilla

California

Gilbert O. Cabrera

California

James F. Cahoon

Michigan

David M. Callahan

Pennsylvania

Edward A. Callaway

Virginia

William Calloway

Delaware

Felix Calvillo, Jr.

Washington

Ken W. Cameron

Ohio

Frederick A. Camp

Oregon

Gene Campbell

Michigan

William J. Caplick

Ohio

Charles L. Carbaugh

Pennsylvania

Thomas W. Cardwell

Michigan

Pete Caristo

Pennsylvania

Donald J. Carlsen

Maryland

Paul J. Carmean

Washington

Frederick J. Carnes

Massachusetts

Frank E. Carollo

Nevada

A. M. Carr Ohio

Robert D. Carr

Pennsylvania

Samuel D. Carrico

Colorado

H. Clay Carson Virginia

Harry M. Carson, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Donald Carter

California

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Marvin D. Carter

Henry V. Cashwell

Edwin G. Cassidy

Theodore J. Castel, Jr.

Merle R. Caswell

Steven Catena

Mark H. Caudill

George D. Cavaleri

Eddie Cavazos

Larry J. Chamberlain

Larry M. Chamberlin

Kenneth W. Chambers

Felipe L. Chan

Gerald S. Chandler

Glenn A. Chandler

Wayne C. Chandler

Everett Chandley, Jr.

Charles E. Chaney

Gary C. Chapman

Tony Chapman

Norberto M. Chavez

Jack I. Cherin

Danny B. Childers

Michael H. Childress

Jan C. Chilson

Cletus M. Ching

Walter W. Chisholm

John N. Chumley

Richard C. Church

Merton E Chute

Carey W. Clack

John T. Clafton

David L. Clark

Dennis K. Clark

Paul K. Clark

Robert C. Clark

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

by Judith O. Willis

Dean S. Clatterbuck*

by John E. & Carol R. Devan

Jorgen E. Clausen

Bernard D. Clayton

Dixson Clement

Robert Clement

Nelson E. Clements

Albert W. Cliff

John R. “Bo” Cline*

by John K. Bishop

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Ohio

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Florida

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Michael L. Cline

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Randall K. Clow

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Grant M. Clowery

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Raymond P. Cohen

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Peter M. Cole

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Robert C. Coleman

Florida

James W. Colgan

Illinois

Floyd Collins

Ohio

Lewis A Collins

Maryland

Penelope A. Collins

Florida

Richard H. Collins

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Chuck Combi

Indiana

Lawrence R. Combs

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Robert W. Comeau

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Michael S. Compton

California

Paul B. Conlin

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William G. Conn

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Vernon J. Connor

Pennsylvania

Jerry H. Cook

Ohio

William C. Coon

Ohio

Curtis L. Coonrod

Indiana

Charles L. Cooper

Virginia

Ronald B. Cooper

Florida

John Cooper Sr.

Indiana

Paul D. Coover

Washington

Irving L. Cope

Washington

Frank Corcoran

California

Anthony W. Cordasco

New Jersey

Elmer Corkern

Louisiana

Jeffrey G. Cornell

Massachusetts

William C. Correll, Jr.

North Carolina

Lynn L. Coudriet

Pennsylvania

Robert H. Counsell

Massachusetts

George E. Cowan, Jr.

New Jersey

Cleon Cox III

Oregon

Denny C. Cox

Indiana

Rush M. Cox

Florida

John F. Coyle

New Jersey

Ralph E. Craig

Indiana

Randal G. Craig

Indiana

H. William Cramer Washington

Robert Crawford

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Herbert Creecy

Ohio

Richard R. Creighton

Florida

Salvatore M. Cremona

Maryland

LeRoy D. Cressy

South Carolina

Charles E. Cribbs

Florida

Howard M. Crinklaw, Jr.

Oregon

Hilarion V. Crisostomo

California

Theodore H. Crocker

Oregon

Gillis W. Cropper, Sr.

Arizona

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Jeffrey A. Croze

Connecticut

Bryan G. Culver

Indiana

Robert C. Cummings

Illinois

Glenn Cundiff

Georgia

Kenneth E. Cuneo

California

George A Curnow

Virginia

Michael A. Current

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Carroll E. Curtis

Florida

Harry K. Curvin

North Carolina

Ronald C. Cusworth

Michigan

Jack Cutchens

Florida

David R. Czocher

Ohio

Edward L. Daily

Tennessee

Wayne D’Angelo

Maryland

Edward Dangler

California

Jack Daniel

Louisiana

Jorge Daniel

Florida

Walter C. Daniels

Pennsylvania

James A. Dankel

South Carolina

Charles Darkis

Indiana

Marlin A. Darr

Pennsylvania

Rene J. Dartez

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B. J. Davies Ohio

Darrel A. Davis

Pennsylvania

Glenn F. Davis

Delaware

James Davis

Pennsylvania

Kerry J. Davis

Mississippi

Paul Davis

Massachusetts

Robert G. Davis

Oklahoma

Ross A. Davis

Ohio

William E. Davis

Ohio

Randy Dayhuff

Indiana

James L. De Lashmit

Indiana

Henry H. De Pue, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Gerald R. Dean

Indiana

John Dean

Georgia

Frederick L. Deason

Pennsylvania

Russel DeBeaumont

Michigan

Stephen A. DeCesari

California

Bruce Deck

California

Ralph E. Decker

Washington

Fred Delaney

Pennsylvania

Kenneth N. Delong

Florida

Walter D. Denaut

Indiana

Michael & Karyn Denny

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Dennis L. DePew

Minnesota

Scott Depoy

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Brendan A. Depto

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Patrick P. Desarno

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Paul Detwiler

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William E. Devorak

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Michael J. Dewilde

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Duane R. DeWitt

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Ireneo U. Diaz

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Dennis L. Dickerson

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John N. Dickinson

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Donald A. Diehl

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Huston Dilley

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Louis Dimassa

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Dallas L. Dinger

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David B. Ditter

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James Dixon

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Stephen S. Dixon

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Charles B. Doan

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Donald S. Dodds

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David R. Dopp

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Marvin E. Dorris

Texas

Nicholas R. Double

Florida

Paul F. Douckas

Massachusetts

Dennis L. Dougherty

Ohio

Alan Doulphus

California

Guy R. Dourm

Ohio

Dorris Downing

Indiana

Edward Dresp

Arizona

Brad Drew

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Dean J. Dudding

Indiana

Leon C. Duke

Florida

Donald F. Dull, Jr.

Pennsylvania

John W. Dunaway

Maryland

Daniel R. Dunbar

Indiana

Raymond Dunckley

Pennsylvania

James R. Dunn

Florida

John J. Dutchcot

Pennsylvania

Harold Dutter

Pennsylvania

William R. Dydell

Ohio

Otis Dyer

Massachusetts

Herbert H. Eades, Jr.

Virginia

James N. Earl, Jr.

New Jersey

E. O. Eastwood III Mississippi

David L. Edmondson

Indiana

G. B. Edwards Tennessee

Charles E. Egbert

Ohio

Nelson E. Ehlers

Indiana

William H. Eklund

Massachusetts

Swen Ekstrom, Jr.

Florida

Nicolas El-Chammas

Ohio

John J. Elk

New Jersey

John A. Elliot

Indiana

Dean Ellis

Florida

Donald L. Ellis

Ohio

Harley H. Ellis

Ohio

John C. Ellis

Indiana

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Ernest T. Enold

Ohio

Ernest R. Erb

Pennsylvania

Jerry L. Erb

California

Charles M. Erhard III

Idaho

Andrew M. Erickson

Florida

Charles W. Erickson

Ohio

Dale K. Erion

Michigan

Walter E. Ernst

California

Gordon C. Eschenbrenner

Ohio

Richard E. Eshbach

Pennsylvania

Michael L. Eskins

Ohio

Charles K. Essary

Indiana

Earl W. Etzel

New Jersey

Perry M. Evans

California

Gail C. Evarts

Connecticut

Ralph L. Everetts

Pennsylvania

Kevin S. Eversole

Ohio

Charles Ewing

Ohio

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Andrew E. Fago

New York

William S. Fancher, Jr.

Tennessee

Leonard C. Faria

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Lester C. Farmer, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Robert C. Farrell

Massachusetts

Frederick B. Feigel

Indiana

David W. Feller

Ohio

Linus E. Fenicle

Pennsylvania

Bobby V. Ferguson

Virginia

Dave W. Ferguson

Indiana

W. Gaylord Fernstrom New Jersey

Will Fessler

Oregon

Thomas M. Fidler III

South Carolina

George R. Fields

Pennsylvania

Paul C. Fields

Ohio

Brad Finnigan

Massachusetts

Robert Finnigan

Washington

Antonio P. Fiorentino

California

Clinton F. Firstbrook III

Minnesota

Edmond L. Fisher

Florida

Eli J. Fisher

Pennsylvania

Harry W. Fisher

Pennsylvania

Richard D. Fite

Ohio

Dennis R. Fleckenstein

Pennsylvania

R. John Fleming Florida

Samuel L. Fleming

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James E. Flemming

Pennsylvania

Howard Fletcher

Indiana

L. D. Flick Florida

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Pete O. Florendo

California

Marvin J. Flynn, Jr.

Florida

Raymond C. Flynn

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Manfred Foge

Arizona

Terry R. Foltz

Indiana

Alvey F. Ford, Jr.

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Eldon O. Ford

Nebraska

Lester H. Foreman, Sr.

Florida

Edwin A. Forest, Sr.

Michigan

Dyar W. Forkert

Indiana

Robert C. Forney

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Ward C. Forrer

Washington

Marshall Forrest

Virginia

William R. Foster

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James O. Fourr

California

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Joseph C. Fowler

Florida

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James R. Fox

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John W. Fox

Ohio

Taylor S. Fox

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James F. Francis

Indiana

John W. Franks

Indiana

Robert Fransen

Washington

Carl E. Fratz

New Jersey

Vernard Frederick

North Dakota

Harvey D. Free

Florida

Walter R. Freeman

Louisiana

David L. Frey

Indiana

James W. Friedlund

Indiana

Alf L. Friend

California

Dorothy Frilot

Louisiana

Francis Fritz

Arizona

Randall K. Fritz

Pennsylvania

Robert Fritz

Tennessee

E. Richard Frost Ohio

Elmer L. Fry

Alaska

Kevin L. Frymer

Pennsylvania

Carl E. Fuehrer

Maryland

Philip R. Fulmer

Florida

Mike Fuqua

Florida

Duane R. Gaddy

Michigan

Hector G. Gallano

New Jersey

Loren Gallegly

Arizona

James E. Gamber

Ohio

Robert J. Gamble

Michigan

Wilmer B. Garcia

California

Clifton Gardner

Florida

E. J. Garrett Arizona

Marvin L. Garwood

Florida

Neilson C. Gass

Florida

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Albert E. & Wilma Gates

California

Kenneth Gates

Massachusetts

Michael L. Gaudet, Sr.

Louisiana

Richard W. Gauntlett

Washington

Donald G. Gay

Florida

Edwin W. Geary

Oregon

Randolph F. Geck

Maryland

Glenn E. Geer

Pennsylvania

Robert C. Genay

Florida

Peter Gennaro III

California

Milton L. Gephart

Ohio

John H. Gerald

Florida

Louis E. Gerber, Jr.

Oregon

Richard J. Gerber

Washington

Alfred Gerbs

Ohio

Ted N. Gerhardt

New Jersey

Antonio Germosen

Florida

William Gerwig

Ohio

Fred W. Gesford

Pennsylvania

Herman W. Gibbs

Virginia

Gary W. Gibson

Indiana

Rodney A. Gilbert

Rhode Island

Jon A. Gill

South Dakota

Marion R. Gill

Minnesota

Charles A. Gillis

Mississippi

Glenn P. Gilmore

California

David Gitner

Florida

Edward R. Givens

Pennsylvania

David E. Glenn, Jr.

New York

J. D. Godwin Florida

George W. Goldenstein

Arkansas

Matthew B. Goldman

Florida

Mark J. Goldsmith

Pennsylvania

Brian Goninan

Nebraska

John A. Gonzales

California

Dean A. Good

Ohio

Robert A. Goodenough

Michigan

Kenneth L. Goodrick

Pennsylvania

Harvey W. Goodwin

Louisiana

James A. Gordon

Pennsylvania

Gerald J. Gorski

Michigan

Marshall Gostnell

Arizona

Roy D. Gottshall, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Patrick B. Graeser

Pennsylvania

Ronald P. Graham

Washington

Thomas Grainger

New Jersey

Patrick J. Grantland, Sr.

Maryland

Arthur R. Graves

Delaware

Verlon D. Gray

Indiana

Charles D Green

Virginia

Joel D. Green

Nebraska

Harold L. Greenburg

Florida

Edmund A. Greenidge, Jr.

Pennsylvania

James A. Greenway

California

Joseph H. Greer

Ohio

James A. Gregg

Florida

John A. Gregg

Florida

Edgar E. Griffie

Pennsylvania

Harold C. Griffin*

Pennsylvania

by James D. Holt

William R. Griffin

Oregon

Daniel W. Griffiths

Arizona

Thomas J. Griggs

Pennsylvania

Lynn C. Grimm

Pennsylvania

J. W. Groah Florida

Dorothy M. Grossman

Arkansas

Terry Grove

Washington

Robert A. Grubbe

Indiana

Karl F. Gruel

Maryland

Robert G. Guinn

Mississippi

Gary Gulley

Indiana

Alan R. Gustafson

Florida

Ferdinand G. Guthan

Pennsylvania

Daryl W. Guthrie

Florida

William E. Gyr

Maryland

Charles L. Haager

Indiana

Dean O. Haddix**

California

by Michele Hadix Omar

John D. Hafer

Pennsylvania

Robert Haga

Idaho

Thomas G. Hagan

Ohio

John Haglund

Michigan

Jesse Hahn

Pennsylvania

Ronald L. Hale

Ohio

Samuel G. Hall

Pennsylvania

Richard I. Hallberg

North Carolina

Richard S. Hallett

Washington

Carl E. Hallman

South Carolina

Gerald J. Hamilton

Pennsylvania

James E. Hammer

Florida

Dean A. Hancox

West Virginia

George R. Haney

Ohio

Lee R. Hanshaw, Jr.

Ohio

Ralph Harding

Florida

John F. Harley

Pennsylvania

Lloyd Harman

California

Paul E. Harman

Pennsylvania

Eugene J. Harmon

Georgia

William B. Harrell

Michigan

Chris B. Harris

Pennsylvania

Dennis N. Harris

Virginia

James M. Harris

Ohio

Richard Harris

Minnesota

Richard E. Harris

California

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Other Contributors, continued

Thomas Harris

Ohio

Edward L. Harrison

Indiana

James E. Hart

Indiana

James W. Hart, Jr.

Washington

Leroy F. Hart

Ohio

William I. Hart

Washington

Bernard G. Harter

Indiana

Wesley Hartman

Pennsylvania

Robert A. Hatfield

Delaware

Thomas L. Hauder

Nebraska

David R. Haugan

Michigan

Edward Hawes

California

Nicholas D. Hayduke

Arizona

Wayne Heber

New Jersey

Lavon A. Hedden

Indiana

Thomas L. Hedrick

Indiana

Richard R. Heeren

Pennsylvania

William Heinle

Indiana

Richard A. Hellesto

California

Robert D. Hellon

Pennsylvania

William R. Helmer

Pennsylvania

Robert M. Helms III

New Jersey

Thomas B. Helton

Mississippi

Hilton D. Henderson

Florida

James A. Henderson

Minnesota

Stephen J. Hendrix, Sr.

Florida

David E. Henry

Florida

James M. Henry

Indiana

Wilbur C. Hensel

Pennsylvania

Charles W. Hensley

Massachusetts

Clarence J. Hensley

Indiana

James Clyde Hensley*

Georgia

by Ernest Hensley

Curtis G. Hepler

Pennsylvania

Greg Hepper

South Dakota

Frank Herbert

Missouri

Kenneth L. Herring

Florida

J. N. Hervey Florida

Roy A. Herzfeld

New Jersey

John A. Herzog

Florida

H. S. Hetrick Pennsylvania

Edward J. Heuer

Louisiana

Charles Hewitt

California

Dennis A. Hickman

Louisiana

Earl E. Hickman

Ohio

Joseph W. Hickman

Ohio

Buster Hicks

Nebraska

Donald L. Hicks

Indiana

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Gary D. Hicks

Pennsylvania

James E. Hicks

California

Keith A. Hightree

Nebraska

Thomas C. Hildebrand

Pennsylvania

Richard H. Hile

California

James K. Hill

Indiana

L. G. Hill Ohio

Robert A. Hill

Florida

Welton R. Hill

Florida

George F. Himmelright, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Walter D. Hinrichs

Pennsylvania

Scott C. Hippeard

Virginia

Michael J. Hite

Indiana

Truman G. Hix

Colorado

Emerson R. Hixson

Pennsylvania

Robert S. Hoagland

Indiana

Robert C. Hobaugh

Pennsylvania

Larry J. Hobbs

Indiana

Bobby L. Hodges

West Virginia

Eddie H. Hodges

Virginia

Allen J. Hoff

South Carolina

Gerald D. Hoffman

Indiana

Richard L. Hoffman

Pennsylvania

William E. Holbrook

South Carolina

Clifton J. Holderby

Nebraska

David L. Hollenback

Indiana

D. G. Holloway Washington

Hugh W. Holmes

South Dakota

Larry H. Holtz

Indiana

Christopher J. Homan

Maine

Joseph B. Homic II

Pennsylvania

Ronald D. Hooper

Tennessee

Melvin R. Hoover, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Earl Hopkins

Indiana

Chris Horn

Indiana

Thomas K. Horn

Minnesota

Oliver J. Horton

Arizona

Colter J. Hostek

California

James H. Hough

Michigan

Richard L. Howe

Indiana

Joseph J. Hoy

Pennsylvania

Jack R. Huber II

Ohio

Ronald P. Huff

Pennsylvania

Jim M. Hughes

Ohio

John Hughes

Florida

Robert A. Hughes

Virginia

James J. Hull

Oregon

Jerry G. Hune

Ohio

Wendell R. Hunt

Pennsylvania

Alfred D. Hurt, Jr.

Virginia

David V. Huson

Pennsylvania

Harold L. Hussong

Indiana

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Contributors

Brent T. Huston

Virginia

John L. Huston**

by Arin, Nara, Rosie, Jah and Ryan

Clifford W. Hutchens

Pennsylvania

Mark Hutchinson

Pennsylvania

Ralph M. Hutchinson

Mississippi

Mark W. Hutson

Pennsylvania

Paul R. Hyam

New Hampshire

Alfonso Iezzi

Pennsylvania

Victor J. Ippoliti

Indiana

Douglas Isakoff

Pennsylvania

Delbert Isley

Texas

Viktor Ivanov

Iowa

Gary M. Iverson

California

James F. Jackson

Michigan

William G. Jacobs

Florida

Harvey L. Jacobvitz

Massachusetts

John W James

Maryland

P. James Massachusetts

Roger James

Ohio

Woodrow W. James

Virginia

Virginia A. Jeppson

Massachusetts

Paul E. Joas

Florida

Christopher S. Jochum

Ohio

Edward F. John

Delaware

Jonathan S. John

Michigan

Gary D. Johnson

Maryland

John C. Johnson

Florida

Leslie A. Johnson

Minnesota

Scott R. Johnson

Florida

Steve R. Johnson

Minnesota

William A. Johnson

Maryland

William L. Johnson

Utah

Bob Jones

Ohio

Dwaine W. Jones

Oregon

Newell E. Jones

Florida

Sheldon Jones

Indiana

Thomas R. Jones

Ohio

Peter J. Josefek

Florida

Robert C. Joy

Pennsylvania

Michael D. Joyner

Virginia

Miguel A. Juan

New Jersey

Alfred J. Juno, Jr.

Louisiana

Donald M. Juntunen

Minnesota

D. A. K. California

John V. Kackley

Ohio

Charles T. Kaiser

Florida

Robert W. Kane

Texas

Alfred L. Kappadahl

California

Lefty G. Karkazes

California

Stephen I. Kasloff

Pennsylvania

Stephen A. Kastner

Florida

Thomas Kauffman

Pennsylvania

Kevin J. Kaufmann

Pennsylvania

David E. Kellar

California

Jimmy C. Kelley

Louisiana

Sherman D. Kelley

Indiana

George R. Kelly

Ohio

Burnie H. Kemp

California

Carroll M. Kemp

Ohio

Richard A. Keneipp

Indiana

James Kennedy

Virginia

Larry J. Kerr

Michigan

Kraig Ketola

Minnesota

Richard A. Ketwitz

Pennsylvania

Timothy T. Kinchla

Massachusetts

William C. King

Maryland

George E. Kirchin

New Jersey

Taylor Kirchner

Ohio

Evan Kirtz

California

Sepp J. Kislinger

Arizona

William W. Kitchens

Indiana

Frank Kitterman

South Dakota

Victor Kittinger

Ohio

Christopher H. Kittleson

Florida

Lloyd Kittredge

Indiana

Alfred J. Klein

Nevada

Douglas Klemenhagen

Minnesota

Charles E. Klingaman

Indiana

James C. Knabe

Florida

J. C. Knapp California

Philip Larry Knatz

Maryland

Alvin S. Knight

Virginia

Richard L. Knoebel

Pennsylvania

Lauretta R. Kobaska

Pennsylvania

John Kolchin

Pennsylvania

M. Donald Kollath Florida

Karlos Kondratiuk

Illinois

Dennis W. Korpi

Hawaii

Elin R. Kosman

Florida

Franklyn B. Kreighbaum

South Carolina

Dave O. Kremer

Arizona

Larry Kresge

Pennsylvania

Todd Kriner

Pennsylvania

Robert M. Kromer

Ohio

Barend J. Kruger

Mississippi

Vijay Kumar

Louisiana

Robert F. Kuss

Pennsylvania

Amabe G. Labore

Alabama

Alan S. Lackey

Florida

Warren E. Laird

Colorado

Arthur G. Lake

Minnesota

Robert D. Lakin

Michigan

Jack M. Lamont

Illinois

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Other Contributors, continued

William M. Lamson

New Jersey

William E. Landrum

Ohio

Sylvan W. Lang

Pennsylvania

Roger L. Langsdorf

Ohio

James R. Lanier

Utah

Louis L Lanier

Maryland

Ronald E. Larkey

Ohio

Frank A. Larosa

Florida

Rodney W. Larr

Ohio

William C. Lau, Jr.

Arizona

Don Laubenstein

Alaska

Frederick E. Lavergne

Massachusetts

Stephen H. LaVergne

Massachusetts

Kevin J. Law

North Dakota

Robert W Law

Virginia

Donald F. Lawhorn

Virginia

Joseph A. Lawlor, Jr.

Florida

J. R. Lawson Ohio

Herbert Leach

Michigan

Larry J. Legros

Ohio

S. Regnal Leibensperger Pennsylvania

John B. Leister

Idaho

Paul W. Lendle, Sr.

Maryland

John F. Lenker, Jr.

Pennsylvania

George J. Leto

Florida

Paul W. Levan

Pennsylvania

Alan M. Levin

Maryland

Charles E. Lewis

Colorado

Clifford C. Lewis

Indiana

Dennis Lewis

California

George F. Lewis

Texas

James A. Lewis

Virginia

John E. Lewis III

Virginia

Robert W. Lewis

Virginia

Ronald L. Lewis

Pennsylvania

James C. Light

Ohio

Edgar R. Ligon, Jr.

Texas

Sid L. Linck

Oregon

Ralph E. Linderman

Ohio

Reino J. Lindroos

Virginia

John R. Linton

Illinois

Lee W. Liu

Indiana

Samuel E. Llewellyn

Virginia

Anthony D. Lloyd

California

Milton W. Lobstein

Michigan

Betty L. Logan

Washington

John F. Lomax

Indiana

John Lombardi

Ohio

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Heidi London

Florida

James B. Long

California

Marshall Long

Ohio

Michael W. Long

Ohio

Robert D. Long

Arizona

V. T. Long Florida

Ryan J. Longer

Ohio

John W. Lord

New Jersey

Harold Louderback

Indiana

William E. Loughman

Ohio

Jeffrey W. Love

Indiana

Donald R. Loveless

Indiana

Joshua Luey

Pennsylvania

Einar J. Lund

Pennsylvania

Edward B. Lunsford

Ohio

Leonardo Lupo

Florida

William D. Luther

Mississippi

Benjamin J. Lyons III

Louisiana

George L. Lyter, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Glenn R. Lytle

Pennsylvania

Daniel F. Macaraeg

California

Gordon L. Mackay

Florida

Garry L. Mackey

Kentucky

Gary Mackey

Florida

James T. Mackie

Kentucky

William Maclunny

Pennsylvania

Thomas L. Macy

Indiana

Jesse Maffuid

Maryland

John D. Magill

Ohio

Lawrence E. Mahan

Virginia

Gordon W. Main, Jr.

Massachusetts

Gordon W. Main, Jr.

Massachusetts

Rodolfo Maino

Maryland

Carl A. Malmquist

Massachusetts

Herminigildo G. Manalo

California

Raymond D. Mandel

Connecticut

Robert S. Mann

Ohio

William M Manning

Massachusetts

Carlos S. Marcelino

Washington

Edward D. Marcey

Massachusetts

Donald B. Marcum, Jr.

Indiana

Floyd Markham

Virginia

Starling Marlow

Ohio

John Marple

Maryland

Brian R. Marsh

Massachusetts

Douglas E. Marshall

California

James H. Marshall

Florida

Philip Martell

California

Alan Martin

Kentucky

Clarence W. Martin

Pennsylvania

Francis Martin

Florida

Malcolm E. Martin

Pennsylvania

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Contributors

Walter N. Martin

Florida

Joseph Martinez

Virginia

Bobby D. Martoma

Florida

Larry J. Maske

Minnesota

Howard Mason

Virginia

Ted H. Mason

Ohio

D. J. Masquelier Pennsylvania

George L. Masson

California

Richard Masters

Ohio

Mike Mastice

Virginia

G. Daniel Mata Tennessee

Andrew N. Matney

Virginia

John M. Mattera

New Jersey

John P. Matthews

Arizona

Kenneth Matty

Pennsylvania

Aubrey M. Maurer

Ohio

James W. May

Florida

Grayson Mayfield

South Carolina

Gilbert Maymon*

New Jersey

by Steven Catena

Robert E. McAchren

Pennsylvania

Peter McArdle

Florida

Charles R. McBride

Indiana

Neal A. McCarthy

New Jersey

Edward B McCaul

Virginia

David J. McClanahan

Florida

Thomas M. McCleaf

Maryland

Walter L. McCloy

Ohio

Raymond E. McCollum

Nevada

John McCormack

Washington

James R. McDaniel

Indiana

J. H. McDonald Louisiana

William H. McDonald

Pennsylvania

William R. McDonald

Florida

Douglass J. McFadden

Michigan

Billy D. McGlamery

Georgia

Robert G. McGowan

Massachusetts

Robert A. McGregor

New Jersey

Kenneth R. McGuckin

Pennsylvania

Donald D. McKee

Indiana

Michael P. McLaren

Maryland

Joseph R. McLaughlin, Jr.

North Carolina

Carlton E. McLean

Florida

G. Edward McLellan Pennsylvania

James E. McManus

Pennsylvania

John T. McMillen, Jr.

Texas

Thomas A. McNicol

Ohio

Leland R. McQuaide

Pennsylvania

Kenneth E. McVittie

Nevada

James E. Meck

Indiana

Kent Meeker

Washington

James A. Meintel

Pennsylvania

John R. Melchiorre

Ohio

Alexander E. Mendoza

Virginia

Israel Mendoza

Dave Menshew

California

Edward J. Mercado

Missouri

Gene I. Mesh

Florida

Lionel J. Mestayer

Louisiana

Angelo Metaxatos

Massachusetts

Roger E. Metcalfe

Massachusetts

Rickert H. Metzler

Indiana

August D. Meyer

Michigan

Charles F. Meyer

South Dakota

Tom Meyer

Arizona

Donald E. Michel

Indiana

Bob Milam

Florida

Selig Milbauer

New Jersey

Alvin G. Miley

Louisiana

Charles D. Miller

Maryland

Glenn Miller

New Hampshire

Kenneth Miller

California

L. H. Miller Mississippi

Robert C. Miller

Ohio

Robert F. Miller

Ohio

Ronald Miller

Pennsylvania

Ross N. Miller

Virginia

Weldon O. Miller

Ohio

Benjamin P. Minichino

Florida

Gene Misurella

District of Columbia

Charles A. Mitchell

Virginia

Edwin T. Mitchell

Arizona

John L. Mixon

Mississippi

Daniel H. Moffatt

Indiana

Arthur H. Moler

Maryland

Richard A. Molinaro

New Jersey

Harley C. Monroe

Indiana

Fred L. Montgomery

Ohio

Michael B. Montgomery

Virginia

Richard Montgomery

California

Thomas Mooningham

Maryland

Dana Moore

Pennsylvania

Fred R. Moore

Ohio

John W. Moore

Indiana

Leslie C. Moore

Washington

Ray H. Moore

Michigan

Robert Moore

Michigan

Michael D. Moorman

Ohio

Todd Moose

Pennsylvania

Ed Morava

Nebraska

James R. Morgan, Jr.

Virginia

Dennis P. Moriarty

Ohio

Arthur A. Morneau

Connecticut

Adam Morrill

California

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Other Contributors, continued

John M Morrison

Nevada

William E. Morrison

Arizona

Joseph R. Morrow

Ohio

Eugene “Sam” Morse

Louisiana

William J. Mosier

Maryland

Larry M. Mosley

Ohio

Wayne S. Motte

New Jersey

Mount Moriah Lodge N o - 15

Colorado

Michael Mowles

Maine

Glenn R. Moyer

Pennsylvania

Floyd F. Mugavero

California

J. Charles Mullen Minnesota

Matthew Muller

New York

Burley Mullins

Virginia

Kenneth R. Mullins

Virginia

Ronald L. Munch

Illinois

John H. Muncy

Ohio

Orlando F. Muniz

Florida

Christopher Murray

Massachusetts

James D. Murray

Ohio

Robert E. Myers

Georgia

William M. Myers

Mississippi

Eladio Naranjo

Florida

Robert A. Nattermann

Indiana

Wilbur J. Necaise

Mississippi

Douglas E. Nelson

South Dakota

David B. Nemec

Pennsylvania

Robert J. Nester

Pennsylvania

Allan M. Newstadt

Pennsylvania

Gordon R. Nicholas

New Jersey

Grant S. Nichols

Pennsylvania

Robert Nicholson

California

Harry N. Nicklaus

Florida

Roger E. Nicoll

Florida

Ralph W. Niedecken

Michigan

Albert I. Niemeyer

Arizona

Carl Norden

Colorado

R. C. Norris Florida

Gary E. Nostrant

Michigan

Bertram C. Nweke

California

Gary Nye

California

Oakley Lodge N o - 668

Ohio

Timothy P. Obrien

Michigan

Ronald M. Oden

Colorado

Andrew D. Odle

Indiana

Ronald M. Olexa

New Jersey

Laurel L. Olson

Minnesota

Kevin O’Neill

New Jersey

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Donald W. Orfield

Lawrence A. Orozco

Duncan C. Orr

Donald G. Osborne

Joe W. Osborne, Jr.

Marvin E. Osborne

Roy Ota

Patrick J.C. Ouellette

Joe W. Overton

Arthur T. Owen

Donald Lee Owens

Gene E. Owens

Michael A. Pacheco

Maximino B. Padua, Sr.

Thomas R. Pafford

Roger A. Page

John B. Pagliaccetti

Thomas W. Palmer

John M. Pamer

Michael A. Pangburn

Paul J. Pappas

William G. Pappas

Carl Pappert

Michael Parameros

John S. Parker

Matthew Parker

Ronald L. Parker

Martin Parrot

Chester Parsons

Arthur A. Pasquinelli

Robert Pate

William M. Patrick

John Pauluk

PayPal Giving Fund

Robert F. Pearce

Dave Pearson

Brad Peiffer

Richard E. Pence

Julio R. Perez

Leslie Perkins

Robert J. Perrin

Darryl G. Peters

Paul Peters III

Robert D. Peters

Gordon M. Petersen

Charles I. Peterson

William C. Peterson, Jr.

James A. Petrie

Jeffrey Petrie

Russell E Peverell

Norman S. Pfeiffer

James Phillips

Virginia

California

Michigan

Michigan

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

New Jersey

Washington

California

Indiana

California

Massachusetts

California

Indiana

Massachusetts

Pennsylvania

Maryland

Florida

Washington

New Jersey

Illinois

Wyoming

Maryland

California

North Carolina

Indiana

Canada

Maryland

California

Michigan

Pennsylvania

Michigan

District of Columbia

Florida

Washington

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Florida

Mississippi

Michigan

Ohio

Ohio

Washington

Arizona

Michigan

Virginia

Virginia

Ohio

Virginia

Pennsylvania

Indiana

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Contributors

Ralph L. Phillips

Ohio

David Phipps

Florida

Charles A. Ping

Michigan

Hugh T. Pirie

Louisiana

Neil J. Pittenger

Indiana

Lynn D. Pitzer

Ohio

Ray Plymale

Florida

Harry C. Poe

Michigan

Gerald Pokorny

Florida

Frederick Polacsek

New Jersey

John P. Polites

Florida

James F Pollard

Virginia

Stephen J. Ponzillo III*

Maryland

by Robert M. Penny

James F. Poole

Pennsylvania

Gerald Poor

Indiana

Mark A. Poppe

Ohio

Charles W. Porter

Ohio

John W. Porter

Ohio

Ronald E. Porter

Pennsylvania

Randell E. Potts

Indiana

Mark Pourciau

Louisiana

Clark Powers

Florida

Jonathan Prestage

California

James C. Preston

Ohio

Chester H. Pribble

Pennsylvania

David L. Price

Indiana

D. M. Priest Illinois

Fred H. Proctor

Maine

Richard L. Pruitt

Pennsylvania

Alan R. Pugnet

New Jersey

Donald V. Purkey

Maryland

Kenneth Querry

California

Michael P. Quinn

California

John L. Race

Indiana

Maurice H. Rackey

Maryland

Marvin J. Ramsay

Indiana

Christopher Ramsey

Pennsylvania

Glenn A. Ramsey

California

Duane E Rankin

California

John P. Raspen, Sr.

Florida

Kay A. Ratcliff

Indiana

Juris Raudins

Ohio

F. Ray Washington

David R. Reardon

Washington

Glenn B. Redick

Ohio

Edward A. Reed

Massachusetts

Elin H. Reed

Michigan

William K. Reed

Ohio

George E. Reeve

Massachusetts

John C. Regner, Jr.

New York

Howard Rehmert

Ohio

John D. Reichley

Charles Remington

Jay Remley, Sr.

Paul Rentner

Gary W. Repko

Lowell Ressler

Richard C. Reutzel

Peter M. Revoc

Harold A. Rew

Richard Reynnels

Robert E. Reynolds

William T. Reynolds

Everett H. Rhodes

Harold S. Rhodes, Jr.

James Rice

Richard W. Ricer

Sylvester C. Richardson

Sheldon Richman**

by Page & Pamela Neale

Paul J. Richmond

Robert R. Riddle

Eugene Rieder

Joseph C. Rieth

Thomas Riffel

Stanley Rifner

Dean L. Rine

Megan Ritter

Lawrence Robbins

Joel W. Roberson

Donald R. Roberts

Jay W. Roberts

Edgar H. Robinson, Sr.

Jim E. Robinson

Walter C. Robinson

William E. Robison

Ronald L. Rock

Eduardo Rodriguez

Thomas L. Roe

Cyrus Rogers

David H. Rogers

Kenneth R. Rogers

Marc A. Romantino

James E. Rooney

Earl D. Rorick, Jr.

Michael Rose

Raeann Rose

Robert Rosenberg

Norman J. Rosenbloom

Irving Rosenfeld

George T. Ross

Robert R. Ross, Jr.

Uriah E. Ross

Virginia

California

California

Washington

Pennsylvania

Washington

Pennsylvania

Ohio

Ohio

Maryland

Georgia

Texas

Massachusetts

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Virginia

California

Ohio

California

Ohio

Indiana

Ohio

Virginia

Pennsylvania

Virginia

Virginia

Ohio

Michigan

Ohio

Ohio

California

Pennsylvania

California

Pennsylvania

Massachusetts

Florida

Illinois

New Jersey

Florida

Michigan

Colorado

Pennsylvania

Virginia

Oregon

Florida

Massachusetts

Michigan

Ohio

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Other Contributors, continued

Harold B. Roth

David D. Roussopoulos

Everett Rowles

Robert L. Royce

Art J. Ruiz

John Ruiz, Jr.

Richard C. Rusky

Don R. Russell

Mark L. Russell

John W. Rutledge

William R. Ryan

Robert B. Sackerson

Scott Sams

Thomas Sams

Jim Sanders

Ronald E. Sanders

Willard Sanders

William R. Sanner

Jessy B Santero

Jon R. Santos

Reginal S. Saunders

Gerald W. Savage

Clair R. Saylor

Richard J. Scheufler, Sr.

Rodney M. Schiltz

Michael J. Schirra

Jeffrey Schloo

William A. Schlosser II

Glancy W. Schmidt

Larry L. Schmidt

Riley Schmidt

Alexander J. Schmieg

Dennis D. Schnabel

John M. Schnorr

Lloyd R. Schooley

Michael L. Schultz

Guy T. Schwartz, Jr.

Casey Scofield

Peter S. Scudamore

Robert E. Sebesky

Jim L. Seeger

Hubert Seemann

Robert J. Seidel, Sr.

Larry E. Sellon

James L. Shackleford IV

Joe R. Shaffer

Robert E. Shaffer, Jr.

William C. Shaffer

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Pennsylvania

Minnesota

Utah

Ohio

Louisiana

Washington

Maryland

Indiana

Washington

Indiana

Indiana

California

Florida

Ohio

Oregon

Florida

New Jersey

Virginia

Virginia

California

Mississippi

Mississippi

Pennsylvania

Michigan

Louisiana

Pennsylvania

California

South Dakota

Arkansas

California

California

Ohio

South Dakota

Arizona

Ohio

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Vermont

Michigan

Michigan

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

Maryland

Oregon

Indiana

Florida

Florida

Virginia

Daniel Shapiro

Virginia

H. Gary Shaw Oregon

James C. Shaw

Ohio

John C. Shaw

Massachusetts

Steven L. Shaw

Florida

John B. Sheally, Jr.

Virginia

Howard T. Shearer

Pennsylvania

Richard A. Sheeran

New Jersey

Wayne L. Shelton

California

Marianne A. Shenefelt

Wyoming

Robert W. Shepard

Arizona

Stephen D. Shepherd

Indiana

Douglas D. Sherman

Minnesota

Timothy J. Sherwood

Indiana

David L. Shields

Pennsylvania

Frederick M. Shilling

Ohio

Steven Shimp

Pennsylvania

Arthur E. Shirley

Virginia

James R. Shirley, Jr.

Virginia

David Shook

Michigan

Steven C. Shook

South Carolina

James W. Short

Indiana

J. Thomas Showler Pennsylvania

Wendell L. Shull

Michigan

Gordon E. Sickel

Pennsylvania

Lloyd Siders, Jr.

Ohio

Bruce Siebert

Oklahoma

J. Marc Siegel France

Nielsen A. Siegel

New York

George R. Sievern

Pennsylvania

George Sijtsema

Florida

Marcos A. Silva

Massachusetts

Howard M. Silverstone

New Jersey

George Simon

New Jersey

Verne Simonin

Alabama

Wade E. Simons

Pennsylvania

Douglas E. Sitzler

Ohio

Carlyle Skinner

Indiana

Gary J. Skinner

Indiana

William F. Skinner

Maryland

Richard G. Skoglund

Arizona

William Slater II

Indiana

Hayden Smallenberger

Florida

John L. Smalley, Sr.

North Carolina

Edward L. Smallwood

Florida

Archer Smith

New Jersey

Barbara S. Smith

Indiana

Bradford C. Smith

Pennsylvania

Gary D. Smith

Pennsylvania

Gary E. Smith

Ohio

Gary L. Smith

Michigan

Gene A. Smith

North Carolina

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James C. Smith

Maryland

Jeff Smith

Ohio

John C. Smith

Indiana

Karl H. Smith

Pennsylvania

Paul Smith

New Hampshire

Paul L. Smith

Ohio

Richard B. Smith

Massachusetts

Richard H. Smith

California

Richard M. Smith

Texas

Richard S. Smith

Maryland

Ronald K. Smith

Indiana

Stanley G. Smith

Kentucky

Thomas A. Smith

North Carolina

Wallace D. Smith

Pennsylvania

James Smithhart

Arkansas

E. J. Snavely Pennsylvania

T. Richard Snedden Pennsylvania

Ellis E. Snell, Jr.

Virginia

Lester Snodgrass

Idaho

Kenneth D. Snook

Pennsylvania

Roger W. Snyder

Indiana

Arthur Somerville

Florida

Warren D. Sorah

Indiana

Fred Sorber

Pennsylvania

Southern Pines Lodge N o - 484

North Carolina

James C. Sparks

California

Jim R. Speicher

Indiana

Joseph Spence*

Virginia

by Barbara Western

Roy Spence

Louisiana

Douglas O. Spooner

Massachusetts

Harry R. Sprague

California

Robert A. Sproul

Ohio

Edward Srsen

Arizona

Michael Stader

Indiana

Gregory K. Stafford

Ohio

Laurence F. Stahl

California

Mark A. Stanton

Pennsylvania

Russell M. Stanton

Michigan

George M. Starling

North Carolina

Kenneth L. Stauffer

Pennsylvania

Gus Stavropoulos

Michigan

Erwin W. Stegmaier

Florida

Stanley W. Stein

Florida

Dennis R. Stettler

Pennsylvania

Eugene A. Stevens

Idaho

Richard L. Stewart

Washington

Louis L. Stiles

Pennsylvania

James E. Stillabower

Idaho

Norman Philip Stinchcomb

Virginia

Thomas Stoakley

Florida

John R. Stockwell

Michigan

David L. Stone

Virginia

Robert B. Stonesher

Maryland

Ronald W. Story

Florida

David A. Stout

Tennessee

Paul K. Stout

Pennsylvania

Noah C. Straber

Florida

Brad A. Strand

Maryland

William Strang

Missouri

Cody Straub

Oregon

Timothy B. Strawn

Ohio

Harry C. Strine III

Pennsylvania

Richard L. Strode

Ohio

Frank C. Stroessenreuther

New Jersey

F. Shelton Stroud Virginia

Reg L. Stupp

Oklahoma

Shayn Sukta

Arizona

Samir M. Sulayman

New Jersey

Adam J. Sulcoski

New Jersey

Mark E. Sumerlin

Arizona

Bill Summerfield

Florida

Samuel Sumner, Sr.

California

Glen L. Sunderland

Maryland

Charles M. Sundermeier

Nebraska

Richard Suter

Pennsylvania

Thomas W. Suter

Ohio

Richard D. Sutherlin

Indiana

Charles R Swain

Maryland

Claude P. Swartzbaugh, Jr.

Pennsylvania

Robert J. Sweet

Massachusetts

Edward L. Swiercinsky

Washington

Richard Szyjko

Pennsylvania

Robert W. Talbot

Washington

Kenneth O. Talley

Virginia

George P. Tamburino

New Jersey

Napoleon B. Tan

Virginia

William S. Tannehill

Louisiana

Bill E. Tanner

Florida

Thomas Tapp

Oregon

Dustin K. Tarditi

New Jersey

Lee E. Tarrell

Minnesota

James H. Tarver

Louisiana

Dennis A. Taylor

Florida

James C. Taylor

Washington

Jess C. Taylor

California

William T. Taylor

Ohio

Thomas B. Temperley

Michigan

Richard H. Temple

Pennsylvania

John Terlecky

Ohio

Amos E. Terrell

Arizona

Kenneth C. Tesarik

Mississippi

Kenneth V. Thake

Minnesota

A. C. Tharpe Florida

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Other Contributors, continued

Burton C. Thomas, Sr.

Delaware

David C. Thomas

California

Glenn D. Thompson

Michigan

Lester R. Thompson

Ohio

Lex Thompson

Washington

Thomas Thompson

Ohio

Jerry P. Thorn

California

W. L. Thornton Florida

Gary P. Thorp

Indiana

Robert M. Thurner II

Kentucky

Steve M. Tidwell

Georgia

Lynn A. Tietz

Ohio

Richard W. Tinto

Ohio

Robert J. Todero

Florida

Jack K. Tolson Sr.

Louisiana

Robert B. Tomas

Michigan

Michael Tomascin

Pennsylvania

Rex S. Tomb

Virginia

Millard F. Tomlinson III

New Jersey

Robert E. Tompert

Florida

Michael J. Tompkins

New Jersey

John C. Tondora

Pennsylvania

Nikolin Toroveci

Pennsylvania

Dennis A. Toth

Ohio

Mark F. Traupman

Pennsylvania

John O. Trueb

Oregon

William H. Truesdell

California

Samuel A. Trusik

Delaware

Tracy A. Trussel

Kentucky

Louis P. Trygar

California

Dennis H. Trzeciak

Pennsylvania

Robert H. Tuck

Virginia

Harold A. Tucker

Ohio

Stephen M. Tucker

Delaware

Carl E. Turner

Ohio

George W. Turner

Virginia

John T. Turner

Oregon

Lester R. Tysor

Virginia

Robert G. Underwood

Mississippi

Richard A. Ungerer

Virginia

Olivia Marie Unwin*

California

by Ryan Unwin

Bobby S. Ussery

California

Joe Van Hook

Ohio

Kenneth C. Van Roekel

California

James L. Van Schaack

California

Jacob C. Vance

Virginia

Kent Vanderkolk

Arizona

* In Memory of ** In Honor of

Danie S. Vannoy

Arizona

Darel F. Vansickler

Delaware

Ruben J. Velazquez

Pennsylvania

Charles W. Verderose

New Jersey

Ramiro E. Villalon

California

Ray Villanueva

Nevada

Wayne L. Villwock

Michigan

Darrell L. Voncannon

North Carolina

Merlin J. Vosbein, Sr.

Louisiana

Stanley D. Waggoner

California

H. Scott Waldman Florida

G. Elizabeth Walker Illinois

Joe W. Walker

Louisiana

Charles W. Wallace

Ohio

William E. Wallace

Mississippi

Ralph W. Wallen

Florida

Elwood L. Wallich

Maryland

William C. Wallin, Jr.

North Carolina

James G. Walsh

Pennsylvania

Lee F. Walters

Pennsylvania

Keenan Ward

Maryland

Terry J. Wark

Pennsylvania

John K. Warner

Nevada

Washington Lodge N o - 36

Alabama

Gary M. Waters

Pennsylvania

Jack S. Watkins

Florida

Ray A. Watkins

Ohio

Richard D. Watson

California

James R. Wayman

Indiana

John A. Weatherwax

Florida

Jerry L. Weaver

Pennsylvania

Robert C. Webb

Pennsylvania

Richard W. Webber

Ohio

James W. Weekly

Illinois

Ronald K. Weintz

Virginia

Russell H. Weis

California

Larry M. Well

Ohio

William Wells, Jr.

Washington

D. A. Werner Minnesota

Ed Wesley

Ohio

Louis D. West

Georgia

Scott West

Indiana

Roy Westendorff

Michigan

Lance W. Westerlund

Pennsylvania

Robert Wetherington

Washington

O’Neil Whatley

Mississippi

Charles C. Wheatherholt

Indiana

M. R. Wheatley Delaware

James H. Wheelhouse, Jr.

Virginia

Robert L. Whitcomb

Indiana

Frederick E. White

Georgia

Kenneth E. Whitehill

California

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Harold R. Whitford

California

David F. Whitlow

Indiana

Peter A. Whittaker

Virginia

George Whitten

California

William W. Wiard

Virginia

Robert C. Wiedlund

Ohio

Bob L. Wiegand

Nebraska

Robert Wilczewski

Nebraska

Morris T. Wildey

Indiana

Roger W. Wiley

Indiana

Christopher Wilkening

Pennsylvania

Elijah Wilkerson

Maryland

James A. Willem

California

James Williams

Louisiana

James H. Williams

Ohio

Jay W. Williams

Louisiana

John R. Williams

Pennsylvania

Mark R. Williams

Indiana

Norman Williams

Pennsylvania

Jacob Williamson

Ohio

Bruce A. Willms

Florida

Charles D. A. Wilson

Pennsylvania

Donald Wilson

Indiana

Lawrence Wilson

Michigan

W. Andrew Wilson Florida

William S. Wilson

Ohio

Arnold L. Winters

Oregon

Mark Winters

California

Carl Wisneski

Florida

Richard W. Witte

Minnesota

J. Theodore Wolford, Sr. Florida

Earl E. Wood

Maryland

James W. Wood

Florida

George Woodhouse

South Dakota

Harvey C. Woodruff

Virginia

John Woods

Florida

John R. Woolf

Indiana

Richard Worman

Indiana

Robert Wormuth

Pennsylvania

Michael S. Worner

North Dakota

Reverdy E. Wright

Virginia

Thomas Wright, Sr.

Indiana

William E. Wright

Indiana

James E. Writtenberry

Michigan

Charles Wrubel

New Jersey

Larry J. Wygant

Indiana

Harold B. Wylie

Connecticut

Burton L. Wyss

Washington

George Yancolowitz

Pennsylvania

Clifford E. Yaschur

New Jersey

John W. Yeager, Jr.

Washington

Gerald Yeomans

Michigan

John W. Yessen

Donald R. Yoder

Chester A. Yon

Harry J. Yost

James S. Youells

Ernest Young

Galen R. Young

James Young

James M. Young

John W. Young

Taylor W. Young

Richard A. Yuschak

Thomas D. Zahler

John R. Zaiser, Sr.

Samy Zaka

David E. Zannini

Glicerio C. Zaporteza

Marshall L. Zemon

Andrew S. Zenuch

Charles Zilch

Larry W. Zimmerman

Charles L. Zinn

Delbert J. Zirkle

Dean C. Zotis

California

Florida

Arizona

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Louisiana

California

Indiana

Pennsylvania

Ohio

California

Ohio

Ohio

Florida

Virginia

Massachusetts

Virginia

California

Pennsylvania

Michigan

Virginia

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

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Contributors

Grand Lodges

Grand Lodge of Alabama $3,000

Grand Lodge of Alaska 1,626

Grand Lodge of Arizona 9,202

Grand Lodge of California 56,777

Grand Lodge of Colorado 900

Grand Lodge of Connecticut 15,000

Grand Lodge of Delaware 3,950

Grand Lodge of District of Columbia 5,232

Grand Lodge of Florida 9,800

Grand Lodge of Georgia 2,160

Grand Lodge of Hawaii 1,706

Grand Lodge of Idaho 2,111

Grand Lodge of Illinois 32,710

Grand Lodge of Indiana 34,974

Grand Lodge of Iowa 2,355

Grand Lodge of Kansas 6,907

Grand Lodge of Kentucky 27,590

Grand Lodge of Louisiana 7,390

Grand Lodge of Maine 34,577

Grand Lodge of Maryland 12,035

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts 21,500

Grand Lodge of Michigan 16,072

Grand Lodge of Minnesota 36,462

Grand Lodge of Mississippi 1,000

Grand Lodge of Missouri 23,113

Grand Lodge of Montana 250

Grand Lodge of Nebraska 13,055

Grand Lodge of Nevada 3,783

Grand Lodge of New Hampshire 5,035

Grand Lodge of New Jersey 19,295

Grand Lodge of New York 4,235

Grand Lodge of New Mexico 3,385

Grand Lodge of North Carolina 4,275

Grand Lodge of North Dakota 3,056

Grand Lodge of Ohio 74,624

Grand Lodge of Oklahoma 15,135

Grand Lodge of Oregon 7,369

Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania 73,100

Grand Lodge of Rhode Island 1,000

Grand Lodge of South Carolina 2,360

Grand Lodge of South Dakota 861

Grand Lodge of Tennessee 25,101

Grand Lodge of Texas 5,273

Grand Lodge of Utah 4,000

Grand Lodge of Vermont 1,000

Grand Lodge of Virginia 23,618

Grand Lodge of Washington 10,398

Grand Lodge of West Virginia 1,950

Grand Lodge of Wisconsin 9,881

Grand Lodge of Wyoming 2,569

Appendant Bodies

AASR, Scottish Rite Northern Jurisdiction $35,000

Allied Masonic Degrees 1,500

Grottoes of North America 8,400

Grand Council of Knight Masons 2,500

Grand Encampment of Knights Templar $10,000

Convent General, KYCH 100

Red Cross of Constantine 1,500

Royal Order of Scotland 30,000

Shriners International 6,000

Tall Cedars of Lebanon 5,000

York Rite Sovereign College 4,250

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Financial Summary

The George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association

Year Ended December 31, 2020

Support and Revenue

Contributions $ 1,159,855

Friends of the Memorial 359,234

Facility rentals 146,565

Investment return 1,209,336

Donated investments 21,493

Admission fees 78,675

George Washington Birthday celebration 37,200

Miscellaneous 799

Total Support and Revenue 3,013,157

Expenses 2,466,536

Change in Net Assets $ 546,621

December 31, 2020

Assets, Liabilities, and Net Assets Summary

Current assets $ 407,720

Endowment investments 9,996,271

Property, net of accumulated depreciation 11,144,910

Total Assets $ 21,548,901

Current liabilities $ 569,559

Non-current liabilities 1,193,336

Total net assets 19,786,006

Total Liabilities and Net Assets $ 21,548,901

Capital Expenditures During Year $ 276,337

Note: The figures that appear in the financial summary shown are derived from the 2020

audited financial statements. The complete, audited financial statements for The George

Washington Masonic National Memorial Association are available upon request.

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