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In the Lodge of Perfection (4º -14º), the Mason consecrates himself to
the Masonic endeavor - character building. He is taught to venerate the
virtues of the dead and emulate those of the living; to respect the rights
of others, to strive to render service to his fellow man, to refrain from
assuming prerogatives and powers that are not his, to be not overzealous
in a good cause, to reverance Diety, avoidingdisrespect, and to control
his tongue by maintaining in his mind purity of thought. He is taught
Perfection is but one of the fundamentals of character. The other two
are Self-respect and Integrity. These lessons learned and applied
to life are absolutely essential to a complete character structure.

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Walter D. Rosa, 32°, Thrice Potent Master

Daniel R. Mayes, 32°, Deputy Thrice Potent Master

Karl A. Fark, 32°, Senior Warden

Richard Dobbs, 32°, Junior Warden

Vacant, Master of Ceremonies


Past Thrice Potent Masters

Frank G. Lutz, 33°

Randall L. Crayner, 33°

James E. Palmer, 33°

Keith R. Kinney, 33°

Chester D. Staples, 33°

Donald G. Colbert, 33°

C. Robert Ellis, 33°

Jerry L. Minto, 33°

Michael A. West, 33°  

Donald W. Shoaff, 32°(33° nominee - resigned)

Eric M. Smith, 33°

Carl Whitman, 32°

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