Heinemann Grand Master
GRAND MASTER'S MESSAGE
The future of Freemasonry is
bright. Our sun is rising (again); we have something of
value to offer the next generation. To do so we must stay
involved, look to the future and make a positive difference
in our communities. Our
challenge is to Communicate
effectively, Educate our membership and Plan for Success. We
must take pride in who we are and what we represent.
Remember that “It’s not about ME; It’s not about YOU; It’s
about what is best for the whole Fraternity. What is best
for the Fraternity will also be good for you and for me.
“Thank You for your time.” Have fun
and share your Freemasonry.
who are the masons?
The Masonic Fraternity is the oldest Fraternity in the world. The
Masonic Family includes Masons as well as organizations for their
ladies, couples, and youth.
The Masonic Family provides more than $2 million a day to charitable
activities such as hospitals, youth scholarship, and those less
fortunate than we.
Masons are looking for men who wish to become better men, who are interested in giving back to their community and in self improvement.
We welcome any inquiries concerning Masonry. Please call the Grand Lodge at 253-272-3263, or submit your inquiry to the
2012-2013 Grand Lodge Officers
RW David P. Owen, Grand Secretary; RW Bruce E. Vesper, Deputy Grand
Master; MW Dean W. Heinemann, Grand Master; RW Sam Roberts, Senior
Grand Warden; RW Donald G. Munks, Junior Grand Warden
Masonic Outreach Services
Outreach Services can
help open doors for those who are growing older, are alone, or
find themselves in circumstances which could be improved if they
had help from within their own communities.
Information on the latest news and information for our Jurisdiction.
Freemasons of Washington will be recognized as a relevant and respected
Fraternity, committed to attracting and retaining all men of high
quality who strive for self improvement and the opportunity to make a
positive difference in their community.
MW Masonic Grand Lodge of Washington, F.&A.M.
47 St. Helens Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98402-2698