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My name is Jason Ray Lusk. I am a 2nd degree Fellowcraft Mason from Beckley WV, Lodge No.95. The reason I petitioned to become a Freemason is because
It gives me confidence in being myself...surrounded, respected, and appreciated by men (most older than myself), I get a sense of belonging to a community
Hello Brothers, Just this past week, I joined Brooklyn Lodge in TX. I have to say that my heart pounded at points during my initiation ceremony, as I'm
I became a Mason to honor my father and what he stood for... I am a fourth generation Mason. I belive that I have honored my father, and now I am honoring
I've met several Masons thru the years and always been interested in the organization. I always said someday when I had the time to devote to it, I'd
I was raised a mason in 1951 by my father. My grandfather, my sons, my grand sons are and were Masons. while I was forced to pursue my efforts to raise
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I joined the Masons because both my Grandfathers were Masons and they were two of the best men I've ever known. I strive everyday to show the same love,
My father's stone in Nankin, Ohio. His name was Arthur C. Berry.
I have recently petitioned to a local lodge and have been honored to pass the formal interview with a unanimous yes vote. The ballot for my acceptance
I’ve been a mason for 7 years and sometimes I often ask myself why I continued into a fraternity which those family men before me talked so highly about
Antique Masonic jewelry- Some of it is over 100+ years old.
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