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M\W\ Neal I. Bidnick
Grand Master of Masons in the State of New York
grand_master@nymasons.org

R\W\ Edward Gilbert
Deputy Grand Master
dep-gm@nymasons.org

R\W\ Dennis Breheny
Senior Grand Warden
sr_grandwarden@nymasons.org

R\W\ Stephen King
Junior Grand Warden
jr_grandwarden@nymasons.org

R\W\ Vincent Libone
Grand Treasurer
grand_treasurer@nymasons.org

R\W\ Gilbert Savitzky
Grand Secretary
grand_secretary@nymasons.org

R\W\ James Sullivan
Grand Lecturer
jesullivan@adelphia.net

R\W\Jack W. Ovitt
Grand Organist

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\W\Charles J. Haskin
2nd Vice-President, Livingston Masonic Library & Museum

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\W\Ronald W. White
Trustee, Livingston Masonic Library & Museum

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\W\Gerald B. Showalter
Trustee, Livingston Masonic Library & Museum

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\W\Frederick E. DeLaFleur
Grand Representative, Grand Lodge of Columbia

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\W\William J. Luley
Grand Representative, Grand Lodge of Colorado

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\W\Keith W. Heinrich
Grand Representative, Grand Lodge of Slovenia

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\W\ Daniel L. Clark
Grand Representative, Grand Lodge of Oriental Peninsular,
Yucatan, Mexico

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\W\ William H Getman
Trustee, Masonic Medical Research Lab

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\W\Dennis A. Breheny
Chairman, Grand Lodge Camp Turk Committee



GRAND CHAPLAINS

R
\W\& Reverend Glenn D. Kessler

R
\W\& Reverend Robert C. Wollaber

 


 

"The Character of a Freemason"
From the Farmer's Almanac, 1823
Andover, Massachusetts


The real Freemason is distinguished from the rest of Mankind by the uniform unrestrained rectitude of his conduct. Other men are honest in fear of punishment which the law might inflect; they are religious in expectation of being rewarded, or in dread of the devil in the next world.

A Freemason would be just if there were no laws, human or divine except those written in his heart by the finger of his Creator. In every climate, under every system of religion, he is the same. He kneels before the Universal Throne of God in gratitude for the blessings he has received and humble solicitation for his future protection. He venerates the good men of all religions. He disturbs not the religion of others.

He restrains his passions, because they cannot be indulged without injuring his neighbor or himself. He gives no offense, because he does not choose to be offended. He contracts no debts which he is certain he cannot discharge, because he is honest upon principle."

 

Thanks to "THE TRESTLE BOARD"
Cochran Masonic Lodge #217 F&AM Cochran, Georgia, USA

 


 

 

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