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GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 3 of 69Anthony J. MarottaMost Excellent High PriestGrand Chapter Royal Arch Masons of Florida2010 - 2011

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 4 of 69GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH MASONS OFFLORIDA2010 2011 OFFICERSM. Ex. Grand High Priest . Anthony J. Marotta, Jr. (13) Susan675 N. Heathrow Drive . (352) 860-2191Lecanto, FL 34461-9258 . Cell: (352) 634-5454Email: taz1957@tampabay.rr.comR. Ex. Grand King . Robert G. Kirkpatrick (31) Betty1846 Pennwood Circle W. . (727) 581-5333Clearwater, FL 33756 . Cell: (727) 385-5473Email: rgkirkpatrick48@aol.comR. Ex. Grand Scribe . Calvin A. Bonnet (18) JuliePO Box 10192 . (941) 753-3567Bradenton, FL 34292-0192 . Cell: (941) 448-8111Email: rebelcal@verizon.netR. Ex. Grand Treasurer . Richard E. Foreman (39) Judy4316 North Shore Road . (863) 265-9915Lynn Haven, FL 32444 . Cell: (850) 832-7760Email: rfpcnole@knology.netR. Ex. Grand Secretary . Dencel R. Smith (1) Ann2913 Joyce Drive . (850) 850-2678Tallahassee, FL 32303-2247 . Cell: (850) 508-4424Email: gyr@flgyr.orgEx. Grand Chaplain . Scott McAlister (13) Jeanie30428 Colehaven Ct. . (813) 907-3755Wesley Chapel, FL 33543 . Work: (813) 635-5227Email: 2001ddgm22@verizon.netEx. Grand Historian MEPGHP Glenn E. Chandler (12) Janet5360 Redrac Street . (904)781-7263Jacksonville, FL 32205-9603 . (904) 254-8155Email: gechandlersnr@bellsouth.comEx. Grand Captain of the Host . John G. Allen (24)PO Box 19117 . (561) 254-5393West Palm Beach, FL 33416 . Cell: (561) 588-8686Email: loggerheadcharters@yahoo.comEx. Grand Principal Sojourner . John F. Wermann (35) Merri-Anne5371 Kent Road . (941) 492-2284Venice, FL 34293. Cell: (941) 952-1630Email:

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 5 of 69Ex. Grand Royal Arch Captain . William Jacobs (6) Jeannie4057 Sheridan Drive . (850) 995-9369Pace, FL 32571 . Cell: (850) 698-1459Email: yrbpcola@bellsouth.netEx. Grand Master of the 3rd Veil .Richard A. Wolfe (27) Lois1600 Sandpiper Street . (321) 459-0815Merritt Island, FL 32952 . Cell: (321) 537-4501Email: rwolfe30@cfl.rr.comEx. Grand Master of the 2nd Veil .C. Robert Cooper (27) Clare3247 Sabal Palm Drive . (904) 743-6922Jacksonville, FL 32277 . Cell: (904) 742-0471Email: Cooperhouse1@yahoo.comEx Grand Master of the 1st Veil . Wayne Y. Thigpen (2) Peggy106 Turkey Creek . (386) 462-4608Alachua, Fl 32615 . Cell: (352) 514-4846Email: papawhiskers@usa.netEx Grand Sentinel . Ronald C. Newton (31) Beverly6476 Evergreen Ave. . (727) 392-9326Seminole, Fl 33772 . Cell: (727) 638-7463Email: reporon@knology.netEx. Grand Organist . . David Meade (3) Judy Bright8822 Wellington Drive . Cell: (813) 928-9179Tampa, FL 33635Email:

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 6 of 69DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND HIGH PRIEST2010 2011NO. 1 (11, 20, 24, 65) . . Emil Meyer6300 NW 20 Street, Margate, FL 33063 .(954)439-9801Email:NO. 2 (18, 35, 50) . James W. HoggPO Box 60112, Ft. Myers, FL 33906 . (239) 247-5011Email: Cell: (202) 241-6558NO. 3 (3, 31, 45, 63) .Kenneth P. Scott303 Sand Ridge Dr., Valrico, FL 33594 . (813) 299-3489Email: Kenscott2006@Yahoo.comNO. 4 (8, 16, 22, 29, 64) Philip B. Bethea1080 Preservation Dr., Plant City, FL 33566 . (813) 752-2887NO. 5 (5, 7, 15, 33) J. Michael Hartman (Judy)312 W. First Street, Ste 503 Sanford, FL 32771 . . (407) 322-7081Email: . Cell: (407) 314-8650NO. 6 (27, 28, 59, 66) Richard G. Beecroft5602 SW Market Street, Palm City, FL 34990 . . (772) 879-0030Email: . . Cell: (772) 341-9323NO. 7 (9, 12, 17, 48, 49) William P. Goldwire (Georgia)97189 Eagle Lane, Yulee, FL 32097 . (904) 261-6226Email: Cell: (904) 753-0917NO. 8 (2, 13, 38, 62) . Dennis Haskins (Pat)6705 NW 52 Terr., Gainesville, FL 32653 . (352) 377-7351Email: . Cell: (352) 284-3488NO. 9 (1, 32, 39) . Jeff A. Baxter (Annette)3024 N. Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446-2318 . ()Email: . Cell 9850) 557-6319NO. 10 40, 57) Leslie H. Whitman (Marilyn)100 Judith Ave., Niceville, FL 32578 . (850) 678-5285Email:

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 7 of 69DISTRICT INSTRUCTORS2010 2011No. 1 District Instructor .Steven Q. SteelePO Box 720, Lake Placid, FL 33862 (863) 465-2720Email: Cell: (786) 229-2150No. 2 District Instructor . John L. Horne, Jr212 Hillcrest Dr., Bradenton, FL 34209 . (941) 750-9477Email: j9932@aol.comNO. 3 District Instructor . Robert C. St. John3704 Kantrel PL., Valrico, FL 33594 . . (813) 685-4638Email: rob-masons@tampabay.rr.comNO. 4 District Instructor .Jack Holloway704 Citrus Wood Lane, Valrico, FL . (813) 571-5733Email: iajack@verizon.netNO. 5 District Instructor .James “Jim” Hawkins161 N. Center Road, Sanford, FL 32771Email: Cell: (303) 517-8576No. 6 District Instructor .John Paniccia1963 Cato Court, Indialantic, FL 32903 .(321) 779-4684Email: . Cell: (321) 537-0113No. 7 District Instructor .Charles E. MiddletonPO Box 381, Yulee, FL 32041 (904) 225-5354No. 8 District Instructor Frank T. Camacho3241 NW 233 St., Lawtey, FL 32058 (904) 782-3626Email: . Cell:No. 9 District Instructor . Randall Tyre7838 Homefront Rd, Sneeds, FL 32460 .(850) 593-6688Cell: (850) 573-2514No. 10 District Instructor . Freddie C. Briggs, Jr.14375 Innerarity Point Rd, Pensacola, FL 32507 . (850) 492-5265Email: Cell: (850) 324-8267

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 8 of 69GRAND CHAPTER COMMITTEES (2010 – 2011)Committee NameAuditingBenevolenceBlue Lodge Representative& Membership DevelopmentBudget & FinanceCharters, Dispensations &By LawsCommittee on WorkCommittee on ThanksCommunications CommitteeConstitution ReviewConvention BoardCustodians of RitualisticMaterialsDistinguished GuestsFirst hnDamsonRonaldCharlesAALL DDGHPsA.A.F.G.Last WilliamWilliamVirgilHarveyCalvinH.All C.DencelRichardL.L.R.P.L.A.W.Ward, Sr.Buck, Jr.Jacobs, Jr.Brown Jr.Ward Sr.BonnettAlmand, Jr.F.C.R.Y.R.L.A.AlanR.S.WermannNewtonJacobs Jr.BlaisdellThigpinSmithBuck arotta Jr.GardnerCiceroSteeleSmithWermannJacobs erChairMemberChairMemberG.

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 9 of 69GRAND CHAPTER COMMITTEES - 2010 – 2011 (continued)Committee NameFive Year PlanGrand Reps & ForeignRelationsGrand High Priest AwardGrand High Priest’s SpecialCharityInvestmentsJurisprudenceLegal AdvisorLong Range Fiscal &Operational PlanningFirst , Jr.AllenWard, Sr.C.P.WilkinsonBrown rG.AllenMemberJohnF.WermannMemberWilliamR.Jacobs, Jr.MemberMcAllisterChairSteeleChairConstitution Perpetual MembershipLast NameKirkpatrickBonnettAllenD’AnginaPadron, Jr.AponteSmithMarotta Jr.KirkpatrickBonnettPadron, nthonyRobertCalvinMichaelRonaldAll orbinP.ElliottWilliamCHoracio, Jr.

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 10 of 69WilliamR.DavidMentor’s entials andRegistrationRoyal Arch ResearchAssistanceTime & PlaceL.Unfinished BusinessWills & GiftsPer Diem/MileageMemberPiaseckiMemberChairHarveyL.Ward, thonyJ.Marotta ardS.AgsterMemberBakerMemberAnthonyJ.Marotta RichardA.WolfeChairWilliamR.Jacob, Jr.MemberRonaldC.NewtonMemberBlaisdellChairPadron, aldConvention SouvenirProgramWagnerSmithRonaldYouth ActivitiesMemberR.WayneYork Rite PublicationsChairSmithDencelDavidTriennialJacobs, Jr.JohnC.CouncilMemberCommanderyMember

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 11 of 69ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-FOURTH ANNUAL GRAND COMMUNICATIONMay 18, 2011Ocala Chapter No. 13 RAM of Ocala, Florida opened a Chapter in full form andreceived the Grand Chapter Officers. Anthony J. Marotta, Jr, Most Excellent GrandHigh Priest of Royal Arch Masons of Florida, opened the Grand Chapter byproclamation at 8:25 am. The Most Illustrious Grand Master of the Grand Council andThe Right Eminent Grand Commander were then received and accorded public GrandHonors. The M. I. Grand Master and the R.E. Grand Commander declared the GrandCouncil open for reception of Distinguished Guests. Distinguished guests were receivedand accorded the proper honors. The Grand Lodge Officers were received and accordedSymbolic Grand Lodge honors. The Grand High Priest seated the Grand ChapterOfficers and declared the One Hundred Sixty-fourth Annual Grand Convocation openfor business. The business proceeded in an orderly fashion with the following reports:ROLLS WERE CALLED(*Denotes Absent)Anthony J. Marotta, Jr.Robert G. Kirkpatrick.*Calvin A. Bonnet (Resigned)Richard E. ForemanDencel R. SmithScott McAllisterGlenn E. ChandlerJohn G. AllenJohn F. WermannWilliam R. JacobsRichard A. WolfeC. Robert CooperWayne Y. ThigpenRonald C. Newton*David MeadeM. Ex. Grand High PriestR. Ex. Grand KingR. Ex. Grand ScribeR. Ex. Grand TreasurerR. Ex. Grand SecretaryEx. Grand ChaplainEx. Grand HistorianEx. Grand Captain of the HostEx. Grand Principal SojournerEx. Grand Royal Arch CaptainEx. Grand Master of the Third VeilEx. Grand Mater of the Second VeilEx. Grand Master of the First VeilEx. Grand SentinelEx. Grand OrganistGRAND CHAPTER OFFICERS EMERITIDuane B. Young (29)Steven Q. Steele (65)Grand Treasurer EmeritusGrand Secretary EmeritusLIVING PAST GRAND HIGH 4Richard I. LanierDuane B. YoungWendell D. HarringtonWilliam A. CogburnFloyd Ziegler*Gary Brent Cull*Vernon H. Miller*R. Earl Shiver*William G. Norrie*William L. Buck, Jr.William O. 6Harry R. Bob Davis*Harvey L. Ward, Sr.Leslie H. Scott, Jr.*David C. WilkinsonVirgil P. Brown, Jr.Wayne E. ParksSteven Q. SteeleH. Warren Almand, Jr.Glenn E. ChandlerWilliam F. WyllieMichael A. Padron, Jr.

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGS20062007Wilbur R. AllenDaniel E. DalePage 12 of 692009Darryl A. D’AnginaSILVER DISTINGUISHED MEDAL HONOR (Living)1987 Marvin W. Gerhard1999 Vernon E. Miller*BRONZE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL HOLDERS (Living)Joseph J. JohnsonFrank J. BusbeyRalph A. JonesWallace C. StichGeorge A. ChipourasWilliam E. EubankFrederick M. MorrisQuinnie Williams, Sr.J.D. MoffittCharles B. CurryWilber R. 8*1999Michael A. Padron, JrBurt A. MaguireHarry R. DavisRobert L. GillilandWilmer T. AtwellPaul W. FriendDavid A. AponteWayne Y. ThigpenErnest R. SpradlingCorbin P. STRICT DEPUTY GRAND HIGHPRIESTSNo.12457810.Emil MeyerJames HoggPhilip BetheaJ. Michael HartmanWilliam P. GoldwireDennis HaskinsLeslie Whitman(20)(50)(16)(15)(49)(02)(57)No.246Ernest R. SpradlingFrederick R. GerdomJohn Paniccia10 Richard A. Gilman(50)(29)(59)(6)DISTRICT INSTRUCTORSNo.1245689Steven Q. SteeleJohn L. HorneJack HollowayJames HawkinsJohn PanicciaFrank CamachoRandall B. Tyre(65)(18)(29)(07)(22)(62)(32)No.24John L. HorneJames E. Burnsed10 Freddie C. Biggs, Jr.(18)(8)( 6)

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 13 of 69GRAND REPRESENTATIVESAlabamaAlbertaArizonaAustriaBritish Columbia/YukonCanadaConnecticutDistrict of ntanaNetherlandsNew FoundlandNew HampshireNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNova ScotiaOklahomaPanamaPhilippinesQuebecRhode IslandSaskatchewanSouth AustraliaSouth DakotaTennesseeVenezuelaVictoriaWashingtonWestern AustraliaWyomingPaul W. FriendRobert W. Moyer*Richard S. AgsterRobert E. Burleson*Richard I. LanierJames P. KeavenyWilbur R. Allen*H. Warren AlmandDencel R. SmithJohn G. AllenWilliam F. WyllieBurt MaguireGlenn E. Chandler*Jorge AladroElmer G. Coffman*Wayne E. Parks*Richard E. ForemanClarence Gruber*William L. Buck*Duane B. Young*Leonard Whitehead*Robert G. StearnsA. A. “Pete” Bennett*Marvin GerhardVirgil P. BrownRobert A. Niles*Charles HollingerRichard A. GilmanTony GagarinLeslie H. Scott, Jr.*George MaloneJack Rickels*Harry R. Davis*Anthony J. Marotta, Jr.William G. Norrie*Raul Reyes*William G. EllisCharles R. CooperAlaskaHoward H. GardnerArgentinaJoe K. West*ArkansasLuther Bodiford, IIIBrazilPeter Millheiser*CaliforniaColoradoKenneth Windsor*DelawareC. Allan WallsFinlandDaniel E. DaleGeorgiaA. J. LaroseGreeceGeorge A. ChipourasIdahoRoger Craig, Sr.IndiaFrank SenderIowaDavid C. WilkinsonIsraelRalph A. Jones*KansasJacob Krawiec*LouisianaRonald C. NewtonManitobaHarry A. Rosenthal*MassachusettsMichiganThomas Collins*MississippiRobert C. Wilson*MonacoNebraskaFred Piasecki*NevadaHarry Seibert*New BrunswickJerry R. Morgan*New JerseyDonald T. HarriottNew South Wales James Vanders, SrNew ZealandQuinnie Williams*North DakotaDarryl D’AnginaOhioLeroy E. FacklerOregonR. Earl Shiver*Pennsylvania Michael A. Padron, Jr.PortugalQueenslandW. Ronald TaylorRomaniaScotlandWilliam A. Howard*South CarolinaG. L. Anderson*SpainDavid A. AponteTexasWendell HarringtonVermontJames L. Moore, IIIVirginiaHarvey L. Ward, Sr.West VirginiaWilliam Ferrell*WisconsinRobert G. KirkpatrickREPRESENTATIVES OF CONSTITUENT 3HalifaxNo.5Thomas J. RawsthorneLuther Bodiford IIICharles Jones.David H. Elder, Jr.Benjamin L. RossJames B. Vanders, Jr.Stephen KordaJohn G. ngScribe

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 14 of 69REPRESENTATIVES OF CONSTITUENT CHAPTERS (Cont’d)Mt. lleNo.12OcalaNo.13MonroeNo.15Plant CityNo.16St. AugustineNo.17Manatee RiverNo.18KeystoneNo.20Thomas BrownNo.22Palm BeachNo.24Indian RiverNo.27JoppaNo.28LakelandNo.29St. PetersburgNo.31JacksonNo.32Carl G. KirtleyBilly G. WilliamsCarl G. KirtleyJerry McKinnonTheordore E. Hammond, Jr.James GregoryVirgil N. SalisburyDaniel LengheaDanny R. GriffithJimmy A. DorseyDana OldenburgFloyd Louiselle.Patrick VelasquezRobert PhillipsEdward DunnBurt F. MaguireTodd A. MeschelleJohn L. HorneDaniel DaleSol GoldenbergSydney KingBenjamin HollandHarvey GoodRobert StearnsMurray ConrathHenry A. AdamsGeorge MalonePaul W. FriendJames A. GreenLawrence W. SaucierFred GerdomFred GerdomRobert HubbardAnthony L. GriffonDavid oxyProxyProxyScribeHPKingScribeHPKingScribe

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 15 of 69REPRESENTATIVES OF CONSTITUENT CHAPTERS (Cont’d)EustisNo.33SarasotaNo.35Lake CityNo.38Bay mes 7Randall R. JesmokW. Samuel GristBerlin RulemanJohn F. WermannArthur J. Ahrens IIIEarl DennisBrian R. PooleJohn B. Winfree, Jr.Peter K. GoldenLeslie WhitmanLeslie WhitmanLeslie WhitmanLeonardo LupoC. Edward Parr, JrDavid P. ThomasChristopher GlassC. Edward ConstantWilliam Horacio, Jr.William Horacio, Jr.Fredrick M. BrownJack MauldenJohn M. LewisDayle L. SchrockDayle L. SchrockRobert G. AtwellRobert BullardL. Alvin HillJorge AladroSteven Q. yKingScribe

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 16 of 69GRAND CHAPTER AWARDS FOR 2010 – 2011GOLD KEY AWARDS 2010MW J. Dick MartinezRW Jorge l. AladroCorey D. KosciuszkoCarl peckGeorge PrestonAlexander ConstantRW James J. HarrisRW Danny R. GriffithRonald ParksJames DickensonRobert CunninghamFreddie BriggsGRAND HIGH PRIEST AWARDEustis No. 33TRIPLE TAU AWARDKEYSTONE PLAQUEFOUR VEILS AWARDSBRONZE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL RECIPIENTSLeroy J. ShellburgCharles G. OldatherNathan G. StoutJ. W. NelsonJames R. McCoyFrederick D. McDonaldC. Shellie MatthewsJohn E. MarleyJoseph B. JohnsonFrank L. MillenReuel DanielPaul W. ChapmanGilbert A. WilliamsJ. T. WilliamsNoah M. EarlyWallace C. StichArthur J. Wissler, Jr.Lloyd C. HuffsterlerWillis M. LewisHoward P. BennettGeorge A. ChipourasRoy R. WrightCharles E. PalmourLawrence L. HowellE. N. Robbie RobinsonJohn M. MalloryWilliam E. EubanksFrederick M. MorrisRalph G. WeedQuinnie Williams, 99119921993199419951996J. Van LoyWalter S. BradyJoseph J. JohnsonWallace P. DixGlenn E. PletcherOrville W. CassadyJames K. MayFranklin C. SmithTheodore E. WindhorstHarold F. EnterFrank J. BusbyCharles B. FinneyRalph A. JonesC. Allen PattersonWarren H. ConklinJ. D. MoffittCharles B. CurryWilber R. AllenMichael A. Padron, Jr.Burt A. Maguire.George T. CollierHarry R. DavisRobert L. GillilandWilmer T. AtwellPaul W. FriendDavid A. AponteWayne P. ThigpinErnest R. SpradlingCorbin P. 00520062007200820092010

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 17 of 69DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL RECIPIENTS (Cont.)SILVERMarvin W. Gerhard1995Vernon H. Miller2000GOLDL. Gordon Cooper Jr.GRAND HIGH PRIEST FINAL REPORTFinal Report of the Grand High Priest for 2011-2012Opening RemarksTo the Most Excellent Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Florida, GrandChapter Officers, District Deputy Grand High Priests, District Instructors, PastGrand High Priests, General Grand Chapter Officers, Distinguished Guests andVisitors, welcome to the 164th Annual Grand Convocation of the GrandChapter of Royal Arch Masons of Florida being held on this 15th day of April2010 in Lake Mary, Florida. I hope that each of you is having a very enjoyabletime. It is my most ardent desire that today’s Grand Convocation will be mostinformative, productive and that peace and harmony will prevail.For those of our distinguished guests who have travelled to be here today weare honored to have you with us and trust that you will find youraccommodations most satisfactory.The Grand High Priest’s ReportFirst, I would like to thank the companions for having the confidence to electme as Grand High Priest, a servant of the Craft. I say a servant of the Craft,because ultimately it is you the Companions that are the reason for the successor failure of our Institution. You decide the legislation that passes or does notpass. You decide whether to use the programs available or to take anothercourse. My duty as Grand High Priest is simply to steer the boat which each ofyou rows. I have endeavored to do this with integrity and honor.One year ago at my installation I spoke of a five year plan, which each of yourGrand line officers has participated in developing. One year later I am stillspeaking of this five year plan and hope that we will be speaking of it in futureyears. This plan was multi-facetted, but focused on some key points ofimproving our current situation. Ironically while following the plan laid down,each of these focal points can be seen as interconnected, and overlap with oneanother in many aspects. I will try to communicate the highlights of this planand what we have done to accomplish our goals, but first I would like to talkabout the administrative side of our Fraternity.

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 18 of 69It was obvious with a new Grand Secretary and the logistics of moving theGrand York Rite Office that we would get off to a slow start with things thatneeded to be addressed administratively for our Grand Chapter. Now, with afull year under his belt I am sure that the Grand Secretary has becomeaccustomed with the internal workings of our business side and will continue toimprove our operations as he goes along. This can only improve theperformance of future Grand High Priest’s in the discharge of their duties. Iwould like to thank R.E. Dencel Smith for his persistence and perseverance,especially in the light of the loss of his Lady Ann, who also assisted him in theGrand York Rite Office. Her absence will be greatly felt by all, but I knowparticularly by our Grand Secretary.Our Grand Treasurer with his years of experience and knowledge of theworkings of our Grand Bodies was of considerable help in assisting the GrandSecretary and I know this knowledge and experience will continue to be avaluable asset as we strive to institute and develop office operation andprocedural guide-lines as we move forward.In the beginning of my term I issued three directives and two executive orders.One of those executive orders established a corporate board for the GrandChapter. The intent of this executive order was to assist the Grand High Priestin making proper decisions with the movement of line item expenses. Theseline item changes were to be inevitable due to the initiation of new programsand no proper line items established to fill during the formation of the budgetfor this year. I am happy to say that in my opinion the corporate board, whichconsisted of R.E. Robert Kirkpatrick, R.E. Richard Foreman, M.E. Steven Q.Steel, R.E. David Aponte and myself as chairman, along with R.E. DencelSmith as a non-voting member, performed this duty admirably. During thecourse of the year I have signed and seal twenty-seven warrants.I have also signed and approved four by-law changes while two others werereturned to the Chapters for clarification or to be placed into proper form, oneof which has been returned and approved. Six dispensations where alsoapproved by me, ranging from approving a table Chapter to relocating aChapter, until the bylaws could be approved.Unfortunately the Grand line was plagued by some unfortunate circumstances,which ultimately slowed us down. I received and accepted one resignation;several health issues and personal items essentially decimated the Grand line,District Deputies and Grand Chapter committees. I am proud to say even withall of these we still moved forward in a positive direction and accomplishedmany of the items within our plan. I would like at this time to publicly thankR.E. Robert Kirkpatrick for his steadfast dedication and help throughout theyear. He was most appropriately the cornerstone of our endeavors this year andshould he be elected I know that he will lead this Grand Chapter to anotherlevel of excellence. It is good to be King!

GRAND YORK RITE OF FLORIDA – 2011 PROCEEDINGSPage 19 of 69Returning to the objectives of our plan, it was unanimous among all the GrandLine Officers that we needed to improve our relationship with the Allied andAppendant bodies, but more especially with the Symbolic Lodges. Keeping thisin mind I or my representative attended the Grand Lodge, White Shrine ofJerusalem, the Amaranth, the DeMolay, the Rainbow Girls and the JobsDaughters, State-wide or Grand sessions during my term.Due to an inherent history, commonality of ritual and administrativesimilarities, along with the consummate fact that our membership is derivedfrom the Symbolic Lodges, the main focus of our endeavors culminated aboutthe Master Mason and building a relationship with the afore mentioned. I ampleased to inform you that your Grand Chapter has been instrumental inhelping to build and establish these relations. Our elected Dais Officers alongwith the elected Dais Officers of the Grand Lodge of Free and AcceptedMasons of Florida, the elected Officers of the Grand Council and GrandCommandery have held to date five meetings with only one agenda in mind,and that being, how can we improve our relationships and work together toimprove Masonry as a whole throughout the State of Florida. These effortshave succeeded in welding a bond between the various Bodies and in no smallpart were due to the efforts of the Grand Lodge of Florida’s Leadership and forthat I extend a warm heartfelt thank you to M.W. J. Dick Martinez, R.W. JimHarris, R.W. George Aladro, and R.W. Danny Griffith.Continuing our own efforts we have established some new or revampedprograms that we feel will continue to build this relationship on the local levelsof our Fraternity. We have asked each Chapter to select Lodge representativesto act as a liaison between each of the Lodges, within their domain, and theChapter. This year your Grand Chapter purchased a pin representing the yearterm of 2011 for every Worshipful Master in the State of Florida. The pinconsists of the Masters Jewel and the year 2011. Each representative of theChapter to the Lodge was asked to present these pins to that particularWorshipful Master. We have had great positive feedback on those that havebeen distributed; however we still have

John G. Allen Ex. Grand Captain of the Host John F. Wermann Ex. Grand Principal Sojourner William R. Jacobs Ex. Grand Royal Arch Captain Richard A. Wolfe Ex. Grand Master of the Third Veil C. Robert Cooper Ex. Grand Mater of the Second Veil Wayne Y. Thigpen Ex. Grand Master of the First Veil Ronald C. Newton Ex. Grand Sentinel

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