From the East – Jan 2017


Another Masonic Year has slipped into the history books, we can look back on some good times, as well as a lot of hard work, well performed. We have welcomed many new brothers into our Lodge, as well as said our farewells and good byes to too many of our brethren. They will forever be remembered in our hearts as well as our minds. The jovial times as well as the serious times, all part of our memories.

We are looking forward to an outstanding masonic year, this will be assured if all of our brothers assist in carrying the load and assisting our new officers line in there many duties. Let’s support them in all of our activities including degree nights. Remember how memorial your degree nights were, lets help the new brothers have that that same great experience.

Thank you for all of you support during the previous year, and thank you for all of the memories. Support our new Officers and help our Lodge grow. You are all invited to the installation for our new officers scheduled for Sunday, January 22, 2017, at 2:00 PM. See you there, for the kick off of another great year.

Sincerely & Fraternally,

Hugo Ramos, HA


From the West – Jan 2017


I wish to thank my brothers for the honor of serving as Master of Anaheim Lodge 207 for the ensuing Masonic year. Your trust is appreciated and I will serve you to the best of my ability. As we are coming to the end of another fruitful Masonic Year, we can look back and feel good about our accomplishments.

The completed list of my line for the ensuing year will be announced at our January Stated Meeting. Your support for the officers will be appreciated and it is important for the success we are looking forward to in 2017.

As it has been revealed to us, Masonry is a progressive science and is revealed to us in logical steps. This is one of the strong points of our Order. Somewhere I read that “a lodge is just an extension of its members” Well, I believe that our members make our lodge strong with great growth potential as well as strong ideas and accomplishments. Let us all look forward to many years of member growth, both spiritual as well as physical.

Again, let me close with, “Real Men Wear Aprons”, an important observation of our Fraternity’s future as well as our past.

Robb Morris

Master Elect

From the East – Nov 2016

Masters JewelBrethren,

Just a reminder Brethren, at Nov. 2nd Stated Meeting, we will have the Election of Officers for the Ensuing Masonic Year.  I encourage all Brothers to attend and Master Masons of Anaheim Lodge to cast your vote.

Congratulations to Brother Ash Nalbandyan, on being Raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason and to Br. Aiden Johnson, who was Passed to the Degree of Fellowcraft this last month.

A very grateful thankyou to W. Br. Brian Messenger, Past Inspector of the 1034th Masonic District, for his outstanding support of our lodge for the past nine years. Our officers past and present can heartily vouch for Br. Brian’s consistent encouragement and support over the past years. The newly elected and appointed officers will be honing their ritual through the end of this year in preparation for a very busy 2017.  We have not only a new inspector but are in a new inspectorial district as of October 30.  Please welcome, W. Br. Jack C. Pham, Inspector of the 901st District of the Grand Lodge of Masons in California.
Thomas Horngren, HA, as many of you already know, passed away on October 1st.  Tom was a 60 year Master Mason and received his Golden Veteran Award on February 22, 2006.  He was awarded the Hiram Award on September 12, 2001.  He served Anaheim Lodge as Secretary in 1982 and 1983.  He served on the Audit Committee for many years.  Tom was very active in Long Beach Scottish Rite and was a 33rd Degree.  He was also a member of the Tin Lizzies of El Bekal Shrine for many years. Tom also served as a Trustee of the Masonic Service Bureau of Orange County for many years.

A Celebration of Life was held today, Tuesday, November 1 at 4:00 PM at the Orangethorpe United Methodist Church, 2351 W. Orangethorpe Ave., Fullerton.  Masonic services were performed by Worshipful Merritt Read.  A private commitment service will be held at Riverside National Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Shriner’s Hospital of Los Angeles or a charity of your choice.

We also regret with great sadness to report the passing of Wor. Mike Black on Sunday, October 30th. Masonic services will be held at Rose Hills Cemetery at 3888 Workman Mill Rd, Whittier, CA 90601 at the Hillside Chapel on Monday, November 7th at 9am. His masonic bio and/or further information will be provided at a later date.

Sincerely & Fraternally,
Hugo Ramos, HA


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