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Brothers Gone...
but not forgotten.



Mailing Address:

Freemasons RC
PO Box 93
Brush Creek, TN 38547

 

 

FMRC
A Masonic Motorcycle Riding Club.

Brothers Lost
They may be gone, but they are not forgotten.

 

Undertaker

Brother Wilfred "Undertaker" Green PM, layed down his working tools on August 7th, 2006

Eddie Ferguson

Brother Eddie Ferguson of Alvin, TX layed down his working tools April 6th, 2008

Eddie was a member of the Gulf Coast Travelers #17

Petcock

Brother Petcock, was killed by a Hit & Run Driver on Sat May 2, while on his way to the Texas State Meet & Greet.

He was a beloved Husband, Father and true Brother.

We miss you!

Howard Dougherty

While Howard and Ron (Ronbo) Hall were about mid way through their Butt Burner ride, Howard went down about a mile north of Athens, Alabama.. His wife Tess was on the back. She was hospitalized with bad road rash and a several broken bones.

Howard left his Wife Tess and 2 girls behind.

Don "Jester" Sever

Brother Don “JESTER” Sever has laid down his working tools.

Brother “JESTER” was a charter member of the Freemasons RC,
and the 1st member in California. He was a proud member of the FMRC.
Brother Jester was also an officer at El Bekel Shrine in Anaheim.

Brother Don was 74 years old.

Please keep him and his widow Sue, along with his family in your thoughts and prayers.

 
Brother Van Hicks

Brother Van H. Hicks laid down his working tools and went to his Lord August 19, 2010
in Casper, Wyoming.
His wife and friends were with him for his journey.

Van is survived by a large family including his wife Carolyn, daughter Kathryn, six Grandchildren.

Van was very active in Masonry. He became a Mason in 1964.

A few of us had the pleasure to meet Van in Oatman, AZ on the 3rd Annual Run to the Sun. It was there, that he became interested in the FMRC, and joined within a few days.

Please keep him, his wife Carolyn and his Family in your thoughts and prayers.

MW John "JJ" Krom, PGM

MW John "JJ" Krom, PGM

1945-2011

Our Brother was born in Poughkeepsie, New York December 7,1945. He spent his early years in New York and Reno Nevada, until relocating to California in 1956. He received his education in the public school system and attended college at Valley College.

Brother John worked as a musician, and an actor until finally settling on a career in the steel industry.

MW Brother John had an illustrious career in both Blue Lodge Masonry and our Appendant and Concordant Bodies.

He was initiated, Passed and Raised in Arizona Lodge #2, serving as its Master in 1995. He served on several
Grand Lodge Committees and was a principal in the foundation of the Arizona Masonic Foundation for Children before being appointed by MW Bill Jeffers to the progressive Grand Lodge Line, and serving as Grand Master for the 2002/2003 Grand Lodge term.

Our Brother served as the leader of all three of his York
Rite Bodies, as well as being appointed to several Grand
York Rite positions.

In the Scottish Rite MW John was the director of the
work for the 14th, 19th, and 32nd degrees, and received
his KCCH designation in 2001.

Our Brother also served the following organizations with distinction:
Arizona Research Lodge # 1
El Zaribah Shrine
West Valley High Twelve
Saguaro Council Allied Masonic Degrees
York Rite Sovereign College

Our Brother was a true Mason, both in and outside the Lodge and will be missed by all who knew him.

 

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