Kingman Lodge Officers 2017
Greetings from the East!
On behalf of the Brethren from Kingman Masonic Lodge #22 Free & Accepted Masons of Arizona I'd like to welcome you to our website. Our website has several valuable resources that will be helpful to our members and visitors. Please take the time to register for the trestleboard. Use the contact us page, so that we may answer any questions that you may have concerning Freemasonry, in general, or our Lodge, in particular. On our website you'll find information concerning our Masonic Fraternity, our Officers and other resources. We list meeting times, Charitable activities, social and educational events and welcome inquiries on how to become a Mason.
As Freemasonry is the oldest Fraternity in the world that is dedicated to the Brotherhood of Man, we hope that you will find an interest in its principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. As Kingman Masonic Lodge #22 was Chartered in 1915 it has seen many changes and much growth. Our Lodge was Re-Dedicated in 2015 as we celebrated our 100th year. Our Lodge was constructed in 1939 by Freemasons who had labored on Boulder Dam. Before that, the Lodge was held in the Odd Fellows Hall in Kingman, AZ.
FREEMASONRY -- ITS PURPOSES & OBJECTIVES:
1. The primary purpose of Freemasonry is to build character, a man's most valuable possession. We're proud of the statement "Masonry makes good men better men".
2. To support our Community through involvement with Public Schools and Community Programs such as "Bikes-4-Books and "Child Identification Program".
3. Expand Masonic Friends and Family Activities
4. Encourage the knowledge that is received through Masonry to transcend outside of the Lodge into the Community.
Ken Chism, WM
Worshipful Master Bro. Ken Chism
Junior Warden Bro. Gene Moore, PM
Treasurer Bro. Dave Hattrick
Secretary Bro. Bob Weed, PM
Senior Deacon Bro. Bryan Sawyer
Junior Deacon Bro. Sam Eakin
Senior Steward Bro. Nathan Wissinger
Junior Steward Bro. Gregg Arnold
Chaplain Bro. John Huth, PM
Marshal Bro. Jed A. Holley
Tyler Bro. Pete Stronge, PM