Dr. David E. Stafford, 32° KCCH
Elected Fellow of The Tennessee Lodge of Research
Worshipful Brother David E. Stafford, Past Master of Bethpage Lodge No. 521, Marshall of Conlegium Ritus Austeri No. 779, and member of Trammel Lodge No. 436, was recent elected a Fellow of The Tennessee Lodge of Research. Worshipful Brother Joeseph C. P. Kindoll was also elected a fellow of the Tennessee Lodge of Research. W. Bro. Kindoll was a guest speaker at Bethpage Lodge a few years ago during Bethpage Lodge's Lecture Series.
Laddie Lann Wilson
Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master
Worshipful Laddie Wilson, Past Master of Hendersonville Lodge No. 359, is the
current Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee. RW Bro.
Wilson has been a great support to Bethpage Lodge through the years. He is
an exemplary Man and Mason, and we congratulate him on his elevation through the
Grand Line. The photo to the left was taken at the consecration of
Conleguim Ritus Austeri No. 779 at the Doric Lodge Building in Nashville, TN.
This was the first consecration of a new lodge in the State of Tennessee in 25
David E. Stafford, 32° KCCH
Worshipful Brother David Edward Stafford receives the recognition of Knight Commander Court of Honor (KCCH) from the Supreme Council, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite for the Southern Jurisdiction. He is shown here with Illustrious Brother Odie Gregory, PM on the night of the ceremony. W. Bro. Stafford is Past Master and Past Secretary of Bethpage Lodge No. 521. He is also a member of Conlegium Ritus Austeri No. 779 and Trammel Lodge No. 436. He currently serves as the Tiler of CRA #779 and is an officer of the Tennessee Lodge of Research. W. Bro. Stafford also serves the Grand Lodge of Tennessee as the Chairman of the Credentials Committee and serves on the Education Committee.
Phillip Morris Simmons
Most Illustrious Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons of Tennessee
Worshipful Brother Phillip Morris Simmons, Past Master of Trammel Lodge No. 436, was elected Most Illustrious Grand Master of Cryptic Masons of Tennessee for 2010/2011. Bethpage Lodge is proud for a fellow Sumner County Mason to serve in such an Honorable position.
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