Master: Thomas Crompton, PM
Senior Warden: Mike Chasen
Junior Warden, Sam Mante, PM
Treasurer: John Williams, PM
Secretary, J. David Isaac, PM
Chaplin: Mark Washburn, DDS
Marshal: Nelson Cargo
Junior Deacon: Brian Vanderpool
Senior Steward: Tom Folliard
Junior Steward: Jim Riley
Tiler: Ron Wilmoth, PM
THOMAS CROMPTON, PM
The senior officer of a Masonic Lodge is the Master, normally addressed and referred to as the "Worshipful Master" . The Worshipful Master sits in the East of the lodge room, chairs all of the business of his lodge, and is vested with considerable powers without further reference to the members. He also presides over ritual and ceremonies.
The Senior Warden is the second of the three principal officers of a lodge, and is the Master's principal deputy.
In many lodges it is presumed that the Senior Warden will become the next Worshipful Master. In our jurisdiction, the position is an elected office, while in others it is appointed by the Master.
SAMSON "SAM" MANTE, PM
The third of the principal officers is the Junior Warden. The Junior Warden is charged with the supervision of the Lodge while it is "at refreshment" (in recess for meals or other social purposes).
J. DAVID ISAAC, PM
The Secretary's official duties include issuing the summons (a formal notice of an impending meeting, with time, date and agenda), recording meeting minutes, completing statistical returns to the Grand Lodge and advising the Worshipful Master on matters of procedure.
JOHN WILLIAMS, PM
The role of the Treasurer is to keep the accounts, collect annual dues from the members, pay bills, and forward annual dues to the Grand Lodge. The annual presentation of accounts is an important measure of the lodge's continuing viability.
MARK WASHBURN, DDS
The Chaplain oversees the devotions of the Lodge which take part during the opening and closing of every meeting of lodge members.
JAMES "JIM" RILEY
RON WILMOTH, PM
Inspector, 353rd Masonic District
Though not an officer of the lodge, the Masonic Inspector is the Grand Master's personal representative in our area. The inspector is responsible for overseeing and advising on all aspects of the operations of the lodges in his district. He also certifies that all officers are proficient in the ritual of our order.