The North Carolina Mason

September/October 2017

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September/October 2017 The North Carolina Mason Page 15 WeLcome our neW Brothers Turner, Luke William St John's 1 Chabrier-Montijo, Christopher Anthonie Phoenix 8 Gray, Jody Clarence Caswell Brotherhood 11 Kylander, Joshua David Caswell Brotherhood 11 Tuck, Michael Cody Eagle 19 Ralph, Patrick Carl Hiram 40 Jones, Linwood Tyler Zion 81 Laur, Carter Lafitte Lafayette 83 Ramirez II, Justo Antonio Lafayette 83 Millwood, Brian Edward Western Star 91 Chalk, Andrew Blake Franklinton 123 Goswick, Jacob Dillon Franklinton 123 Washington, Richard Kelly Franklinton 123 Barefoot, Seth Elliot Palmyra 147 Swaringen, Bradley Eugene Pee Dee 150 Hart, William Joe Sanford 151 Baker, Charles William Yadkin 162 Leonard Jr, James Richard Yadkin 162 Potts, Mark Andrew Yadkin 162 Whitt, Jeffrey Brian Blackmer 170 Reeves, Nathaniel Jordan Carthage 181 Duncan, Justin Michael Granite 191 Lewis, Bradley Granite 191 Gieseking, Paul Edward Cleveland 202 Soloway, Mark Burton Cleveland 202 Buffkin, Zachary Brett Lebanon 207 Czartoszewski, Walter Lebanon 207 Crotts, Matthew Landon Catawba Valley 217 Loudermilk, Andrew Thomas Mystic Tie 237 Driggers, Joshua Adam Pythagoras 249 Ferguson, Michael Everett Pythagoras 249 Hewett, Timothy Glenn Pythagoras 249 Sellers, Chadwick Lee Pythagoras 249 Huffstetler, Adam Taylor Excelsior 261 Kotula, Mark Andrew Excelsior 261 Burns, James Shannon Hibriten 262 Carpenter, Jeremy Brian Hibriten 262 Everhart, Robert Raymond Hibriten 262 Wimbish Jr, Carey Dickson Hibriten 262 Grindstaff, Douglas Michael Gaston 263 Keyes, Jonathon Adrian Gaston 263 Curtiss, Kevin Edward Farmington 265 Gentry, James Andrew Tabasco 271 Hogan, Harvey Theodore Tabasco 271 McVey, Clarkston Forrest Tabasco 271 Randalson, Mark Arthur Beaver Dam 276 Lyseski, Brandon Lewis Eureka 283 Elder, Christopher Mark Salem 289 Vance, Lucas Allen Salem 289 Cutshall, Kevin Dean French Broad 292 Yontz, David Lee French Broad 292 Robinson, Bobby Allen Pleasant Hill 304 Smith, Brandon Michael Pleasant Hill 304 Holcomb, Kevin Douglas Eureka 317 Logsdon, Frederick Charles Eureka 317 Pinckney, Jerome Emmett Wilmington 319 Hardwick, Jerry Rudolph Durham 352 Cook, John Travis Bakersville 357 Woody, Adam Wyatt Bakersville 357 Guffey, Robert David Forest City 381 Nanney Jr, Thomas Wayne Friendship 388 Nanney, Adam Duncan Friendship 388 Richie, Randolph Hendrix Lebanon 391 Francis, Robert Johnson Lebanon 391 Flynn, Brian Keith Cliffside 460 McCranie, Jeffrey Lewis Cliffside 460 Tataragasi, Kenan Haluk Matthews 461 Cope, Michael Perry Lexington Memorial 473 Gleason, Stephen James Lexington Memorial 473 Shuffler, Edward Scott Lexington Memorial 473 Lavely, Evan Alexander Southern Pines 484 Northen, Matthew Brian Southern Pines 484 Frye, Joey Thomas Thomas M. Holt 492 Putman, David Virgil Thomas M. Holt 492 Schroeder, Benjamin Matthew Royal Hart 497 Spragins, Donald Huckstep Royal Hart 497 Whitener, Aaron Brent Cookville 502 Haag, Edward Sean Rodgers 525 Haseltine, Christopher Todd Keller Corinthian 542 Carrasco Jr, Julio Manuel Richlands 564 Dail, Kenneth Chase Ionic 583 Murray, Colton Kristopher Cannon Memorial 626 Peeler, Justin Michael Keller Memorial 657 Nelson, Jonathan Mark Washington 675 Haynes, Travis Ray Piedmont-Pioneer 685 Eplin, Levi David Gate City 694 Loumiotis Jr, Peter Theodore Asheboro 699 Brown, George Daniel Garner 701 Gresham, Alexander Bradley Albemarle 703 Chappell, Mark Alan Forsyth 707 Chavez, Carlos Gustavo Crown Point 708 Walker, Jesse Norwood Crown Point 708 Moore, Michael Todd Conover 709 Baker, Greggory Benjamin New River 736 Norman, Allen Keith P P Turner 746 Wiggs, William Eugene P P Turner 746 McManus, Jason Ryan Truth 749 Szykula, Toby Edward Denver 757 Overman, Joshua Matthew Oak Island 758 Poulos, Theodore George Sophia 767 Send us your photo by Dec. 1 It's impossible to miss. When you visit any lodge in the state it's right there. e letter G. It seems that no two are alike. ey come in wood and metal. Some are illuminated with old-time lightbulbs and some are neon. But each is special and reflects the personality of its lodge, and most have stories behind them. Next year, the Grand Lodge and the North Carolina Masonic Foundation are going to show- case letter Gs from around the state in a project for charity. We've photographed lots of them – a few are seen here – but we need your help. Is your letter G ready for its close-up? If so, shoot a picture and send it to us. Here's what we need: • Shoot a real photo — we need high-resolu- tion jpeg, not a Smartphone shot — that is at least 300 dpi and sized at 8x10. • Get up close to the G, shoot head-on, not looking up. • If your G lights up or has a light that shines on it, turn the light on. e letter will show up much better that way. Email your best photo by Dec.1 to Mason Editor/NCMF Director of Communications Beth Grace at Include your name and the name of your lodge. We can't promise we'll use every picture but we'll use as many as we can. And look for news in the Mason and on Facebook about this project – maybe with a photo of your lodge's letter G – in the new year. Look to the East – and photograph your letter G

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