Lodge installs new officers


Chandler Lodge No. 138 of Free and Accepted Masons, located at 65 N. Main St. in London, held its annual election and installation of officers. The officers are front row from left: Don Wilt (Senior Warden), Josh Rogers (Worshipful Master) and Tyler Smith (Junior Warden); second row: Charles Hernstein (Secretary), Bobby Kelly (Senior Deacon), Roy Kelly (Junior Deacon), Paul Thompson (Treasurer), Brian Knoll (Chaplain), Clark Marshall (Tyler) and Rick Hughes (Senior Steward).


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Chandler Lodge No. 138 of Free and Accepted Masons, located at 65 N. Main St. in London, held its annual election and installation of officers. The officers are front row from left: Don Wilt (Senior Warden), Josh Rogers (Worshipful Master) and Tyler Smith (Junior Warden); second row: Charles Hernstein (Secretary), Bobby Kelly (Senior Deacon), Roy Kelly (Junior Deacon), Paul Thompson (Treasurer), Brian Knoll (Chaplain), Clark Marshall (Tyler) and Rick Hughes (Senior Steward).

Chandler Lodge No. 138 of Free and Accepted Masons, located at 65 N. Main St. in London, held its annual election and installation of officers. The officers are front row from left: Don Wilt (Senior Warden), Josh Rogers (Worshipful Master) and Tyler Smith (Junior Warden); second row: Charles Hernstein (Secretary), Bobby Kelly (Senior Deacon), Roy Kelly (Junior Deacon), Paul Thompson (Treasurer), Brian Knoll (Chaplain), Clark Marshall (Tyler) and Rick Hughes (Senior Steward).
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/01/web1_MasonicMasonsofficerspiccol.jpgChandler Lodge No. 138 of Free and Accepted Masons, located at 65 N. Main St. in London, held its annual election and installation of officers. The officers are front row from left: Don Wilt (Senior Warden), Josh Rogers (Worshipful Master) and Tyler Smith (Junior Warden); second row: Charles Hernstein (Secretary), Bobby Kelly (Senior Deacon), Roy Kelly (Junior Deacon), Paul Thompson (Treasurer), Brian Knoll (Chaplain), Clark Marshall (Tyler) and Rick Hughes (Senior Steward). Contributed photo