Dewey V. Sturges, Past Worshipful Master of Honolulu Lodge never had his photo placed on the wall in Makiki Temple. Monty Glover, David Franklin and David Kaohelaulii met with his widow and will be placing his photo on the wall.
On another note:
Worshipful Master Randy Su’a will soon become the 100th Past Master of Honolulu Lodge in December 2002.
Calendar of Events
Imi Ka’Kou E Ka Kukui “Let us seek the light”
The newly raised Master Masons are brothers: Christophe Aubin-Nury-de Malicorne, Jose Rosal-Cernuda, Dusty Davis, Edward Drish, Jimmy Hairston, Warren Halstead III, Joshua Martin, Richard Ornellas, David Sandoval, Randall Sumida, Arthur Varady, Brian Wong and Jacob Wurthner.
On Saturday September 14th Senior Warden David Franklin who is a member
of the Aloha Patrol for the Aloha Shriners marched in the Aloha Week Parade.
On Sunday Morning September 15th many members of Honolulu Lodge turned
out to help re-enact the Boston Tea Party. Present from our lodge were
David Franklin, Matthew Scott, Sean McDougal, John Condello, John O’Donnell,
Ted Maly, Jason Singer, Mark Bleakney, Jimmy Hairston, David Sandoval,
Frank Condello, Fred Chang, Monty Glover, Worshipful Warren Stremming
and Donovan Young, Proctor Gilbert and of course Worshipful Master George
Highlights of this years event were when Matthew Scott’s Canon
misfired as well as his pistol earning him the friendly title “Misfire
Matt”. David Sandoval played the part of Molly Pitchers husband
and when it came time for the African American Masons to be represented
Brother Jarvis Conic stepped right in and saved the day earning him the
“Baptism by fire” title. Fred Chang took plenty of photos
which are available for your viewing at our website A big Mahalo to Proctor’s
son who is a news photographer for Channel 9. This years event was televised
by all four television stations and received great advance publicity by
Island Weekly magazine, thank you Brother Ken Berry. All of this could
not have been possible without the hard work of one man Worshipful George
Theofanis aka Sam Adams.Thank you one and all for a great job. It’s
easy to see why so many great men look to Honolulu Lodge for it’s
leadership role both in and out of the lodge room.
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