MWPGM Gilbert E. McClary Sr.

Past Grand Master

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MWPGM Lester L. Dickson

48th Grand Master: 2018 - 2021

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MWPGM Julius W. Brown Jr.

47th Grand Master: 2016 - 2018

State of the Craft: Masonry has stood the test of time, enemy assault, fall of governments and it continues to seep into the lives of those that seek it. No greater joy in Masonry is there than when you were first brought to light. For it is at that moment that you decide to give your life to building better men. The journey of a Mason is an individual one. No two men travel the same path. With that, we are destined to make and experience different types of Masons. Through it all, the strong, bold and fearless pursue the course they set out on when they left the west and traveled east. Masonry knows no color, respects no wealth nor station nor earthly emoluments, it only exacts service from humanity to humanity as its only toll.

MWPGM Gregory D. Wraggs, Sr.

46th Grand Master: 2014 - 2016

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MWPGM Patrick L. Hughes Sr.

45th Grand Master: 2013 - 2014

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MWPGM Gardner L. Torrance Sr.

44th Grand Master: 2011 - 2013

"State of the Craft" ...extracted from 2012 Annual Address: “I find the Craft in good condition. We are not suffering from any major problems' that we have not seen before. I have visited all our districts and wherever I went the Craft was very responsive and cooperative. We have in the Jurisdiction 65 lodges and our membership stands around 2,200. This past masonic year I made it a main focus be appointing a Membership and Reclamation Committee that was empowered to explore the latest technology retain our present members and attract new ones. My edict waving assessment fees by members wanting to reinstate paid dividends by the looks of the numbers captured in the Grand Secretary’s Annual Report. The reclamation part was decent however we have to work on the retaining part where we still are losing a significant number of Brothers to non-payment of dues. We can’t reclaim 5 and then turn around and dropped 3. We somehow got to find ways to keep our young Brothers interested in lodge meetings. Key word is interested…if they see we are not doing anything productive and that good for the order then they turn their interest elsewhere. I must say and with consequences we have few brothers in this jurisdiction that just seems to be on the other side of the fence regardless if right or wrong. I made it quite clear at the beginning of this administration that you were either “For” the Grand Lodge or “Against.” My exact conversation was that there would be no fence riders.” Warm Regards, M.W. Gardner M. Torrence, Sr., PGM #42 44th Grand Master of Masons MWPHGL WA

MWPGM Dr. Charlie Walker III

43rd Grand Master: 2010 - 2011

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MWPGM Kenneth Anthony

42nd Grand Master: 2008 - 2010

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MWPGM Harden M. Keyes, Sr.

41st Grand Master: 2006 - 2008

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MWPGM James F. Troutt II

Grand Master: 2000 - 2002

99th Annual Address MW Troutt 2002

MWPGM Carlton Tucker

Grand Master: 1980 - 1982

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