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Officers History Stated Communication
Worshipful Master Wor. Colin M. Ouderkirk
Senior Warden Bro. Fredrick H. Buckley III
Junior Warden Bro. Daniel Maltais
Treasurer Wor. George. H. Fisher Jr.
    Assistant Treasurer TBD
Secretary Wor. Leonard R. Verville
    Assistant Secretary Wor. Alfred H. Hopp
Chaplain Rev. Bro. David G. Berube
Marshal Wor. Bruce E. Nevin
Senior Deacon Bro. Christopher J. Heidt
  Assistant S.D. Bro. Stig Persson
Junior Deacon Bro. Robert Honey
Senior Steward Bro. Robert Merritt
Junior Steward Bro. Christopher M. Russell
Inside Sentinel Bro. Louis Hall
Tyler Bro. Thomas J. Dellarocco
Organist Wor. Jeffrey S. Baker
Electrician Bro. Corey Melemed
Ritualists  Wor. Alan B. Reekie
 Wor. Christopher S. Greene

  
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From 1791 there have been at least seven Masonic Lodges either proposed or erected on Marthas Vineyard. Our ancient records enable us to show with apparent conclusiveness that the first Scottish Rite body in Massachusetts was King Solomon Lodge of Perfection, existing in Holmes Hole, on Marthas Vineyard, from 1791 to 1797.
Marthas Vineyard Masonic Lodges by Bro. Dwight W. Robb

Marthas Vineyard Lodge was organized in Tisbury in 1859 and chartered in 1860. Members thereof petitioned to organize Oriental Lodge in Edgartown, which was chartered in 1866. The two lodges began to share the present lodge building in 1984, and on January 29, 1994 consolidated as Oriental-Marthas Vineyard Lodge. The Lodge room is named in honor of our departed Brother M.W. Donald Warren Vose, Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts 1973–1975.

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Donald Warren Vose Lodge Room
Fourth Monday
Open at 7:00
Unless other notice given

52 Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road
near County Road
opposite Jardin Mahoney Garden Center
next door to Chapman Cole & Gleason
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508.693.0188
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508.693.5950


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