Honorary Members & Past Masters of our Lodge

 Honourary Members 
W.Bro.D.L Henry PPJGWBro.H.A.MinorsW.Bro D.H.Mingo PAGDC, PPJGD,SLGR
W.Bro .RobbinsPPSGDW.BroC.M.SavanPPAGDCW.Bro P.H.Wells PPGReg
W.Bro J Collie PPJGW

YearPast MasterRank
1965W.Bro W.C MitchellPPGSwdB, PPAGPurs (Essex ) PZ
1966W.Bro B.H.BanhamLGR. PPGSupt Wks.
1967W.Bro R.E.Berks
1968W.Bro A.E.WithamPGStdB. PPAGDC
1969W.Bro E.H.SlayterPPJGD,LGR
1970W.Bro J.F.Burrows
1971W.Bro J Griffiths
1972W.Bro D.A.CuttingPPAGDC
1973W.Bro D.B.RobbinsPPJGD
1974W.Bro H.T.McBride
1975W.Bro D.L.HenryPPJGW
1976W.Bro G.J.B WaltonPPJGD
1977W.Bro E.L.Cutting
1978W.Bro S.E CusackPPJGW
1979W.Bro D.D.Dansiger
1980W.Bro S.E.A.GrangerPPGReg
1981W.Bro J.P.CuttingPPGreg
1982W.Bro.L.A.Hodsdon.PPAGDC
1983W.Bro.E.H.Law
1984W.Bro.C.CampbellPPAGDC
1985W.Bro.A.G.PetersPPJGW
1986W.Bro.C.M.Savan.PPAGDC PZ
1987W.Bro.W.C.MitchellPPSGD
1988W.Bro.J.W.DollimorePPAGDC
1989W.Bro.R.J.DollimorePPSGD
1990W.Bro.W.C.MitchellPPGSwdB, PPAGPurs (Essex ) PZ
1991W.Bro.J.P.CuttingPPGReg
1992W.Bro.D.L.HenryPPJGW
1993W.Bro.J.R.Lake.ProvJGW.PPGReg(Middx)PZ
1994W.Bro.E.H.DalyPPJGD, LGR
1995W.Bro.B.P.MurrayPPGStdB
1996W.Bro.E.R.T.Amphlett
1997W.Bro.D.G.Amplett.PPAGDC
1998W.Bro.C.M.SavanPPAGDC.PZ
1999W.Bro.C.A.McAllenPPSGD
2000W.Bro W.C.MitchellPPSGD.PZ
2001W.Bro.M.I.GorePPSGD
2002W.Bro.B.P.MurrayPPGStdB
2003W.Bro.M.I.GorePPSGD
2004W.Bro.P.H.F.PalomboProvAGSwdB
2005W.Bro.C.M.SavanPPAGDC.PZ
2006W.Bro.I.R.TurnerPAGSwbB.ProvDepGSec.LGR.PZ
2007W.Bro.P.H.G.WellsPPGReg
2008W.Bro.C.A.GalliersPPAGSwdB
2009W.Bro R.B.HawkinsPPSGD
2010W.Bro.C.A.McAllenPPSGD
2011W.Bro.J.R.LakeProvJGW,PPGReg(Middx)PZ.
2012W.Bro B Dunlop.
2013W.Bro.M.Treacy
2014W.Bro C.A.GalliersPPAGSwdB
2015W.Bro.M.I.GorePPSGD

DON'TS FOR PAST MASTERS

Don't be a parrot. Don't be a part of a man, but a whole one. Don't be a fool and get the "big head."Don't be slovenly in dress, speech or manners.Don't be lazy and always behind time. Don't go to sleep if you expect your lodge to be wide awake.Don't sacrifice the interest of your lodge to create a boom for yourself.Don't let your life give the lie to the principles you are expected to teach. Don't permit your subordinate officers to be careless and indifferent. Don't work on bad material. Better to surrender your charter. Don't do your work in a half-hearted manner, but get its truths into your soul. Don't imagine the office to be one of honor only. It is one of trust as well. Don't imagine yourself the king bee, when you are the servant. Don't think yourself a lord, there may be some members of your lodge just as smart as you think that you are. Don't forget that the standing of the lodge in your community is measured by your own standing. Don't forget that the eye of the initiate will make an inventory of you, and judge the order accordingly. Don't forget to consult the dictionary for the pronunciation of words. Don't drag in the dispatch of business or work. Don't pose as an oracle on Masonic law until you have looked, at least once, into the Constitutions. Don't forget to be courteous, affable and brotherly to visitors and members. Don't permit delinquents to remain on the roll, and thus make a showing of a large membership. Don't lose sight of the fact that quality makes a lodge and not quantity. Don't try to "show off," dignity and good sense are the graces of a Master. Don't belittle or impugn your predecessors in order to make yourself the shining light in the history of your lodge. Don't forget to be always "on guard" for any duty that is to the interest of your lodge. Don't forget that the lodge expects once and awhile, a few symptoms that there are some brains under the hat. Don't forget to study every condition and aid to make your work efficacious. Don't stand on one leg, neither saw the air, neither chew tobacco, neither lean on the altar, not any shiftless or lazy position in giving the lectures, but stand on both feet, erect, dignified, and speak the speech with force. Don't forget to keep awake, wide awake, awake always, awake a real, Argus-eyed Master.