April 8, 2014, Brother Bryan Sumpter was raised to the sublime degree
of Master Mason. Brother Sumpter was obligated
by Worshipful Ryan Bacaoco, Master. Brother Bob Salini, Senior
Warden delivered a perfect third degree
lecture and Worshipful Jim Achenbach, PM, delivered a flawless
charge. Worshipful Michael Allen, PM, did his usual wonderful job
in the East for the second section as did Worshipful Achenbach, PM, who
was in the West. It was a great degree of which all the officers
can be proud.
Brother Bryan is congratulated by Worshipful Ryan Bacaoco for being S.W. Hackett's newest Master Mason.
Also with congratulations is Brother Bob Salini, Senior Warden. Bob delivered the beautiful third degree lecture.
Brother Bryan is also welcomed as a Master Mason by his Masonic Brother and Navy friend, Charles Caskey, Senior Deacon. Brother Chuck also did a wonderful job in the first as well as the second section of the degree.
Brother Bryan poses
with Brother Mario Urbino, Senior Steward. Brother Urbino has
been involved with Bryan's degrees from Entered Apprentice to
Fellow craft and on to Master Mason.
Our dear friends
and Masonic Brothers from the Prince Hall Lodge pose with Brother
Bryan and Worshipful Ryan Bacaoco. On the left is Brother Chris
Eaton and on the right is Worshipful Raymond Gray, PM. So glad you
And then the whole group poses after the great degree.
picture and this time even the usual photographer made it, can you find
him? It's like "where's Waldo".... But here is a clue... Just
look for the shortest one in the shot.
Then on to the refreshments where two more presentation took place...
Worshipful Ryan Bacaoco, Master presents the Master Mason's trowel to Brother Bryan Sumpter.
Although raised last month, Brother Ben Bridges finally receives his Master Mason's trowel.
Then at the refreshments and offered words of wisdom Worshipfuls Jim Achenbach, PM, and Ryan Bacaoco, Master, make Brother Bryan listen..... or else!
Brothers Ben Bridges and Chuck Caskey enjoy the treats.
A great degree, great snacks and great Brotherhood, what more could you ask?