Trussville Masonic Lodge installs new officers
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — The Georgiana Davis Lodge No. 338 F&AM installed new officers on June 24, 2019. According to Secretary Dennis Bailey, the new officers were elected on June 10.
The installation ceremony was led by Past Grand Master Frank W. Little and Marshal Jimmy Morton, pictured below.
Officers of the Georgiana Davis Lodge are Senior Deacon Eric Bradford, Secretary Dennis Bailey, Marshal William Bell, Historian Don Evans, Worshipful Master Walt Bowers, Junior Steward Lee Roy Lee, Senior Warden James Grigsby, Treasurer Larry Dunn, Junior Warden Ted Jordan and Junior Deacon Charles Spain.
Georgian Davis Lodge No. 338 F&AM, a non-profit organization, was chartered on December 5, 1867. The lodge has been serving Trussville for 152 years. According to Bailey, the purpose of the lodge is to make better men out of good men by placing an emphasis on men by strengthening their character, improving their moral and spiritual outlook and by broadening their “mental horizons through the Brotherhood of Man and the Fatherhood of God.”
The Georgiana Davis Lodge meets on second and fourth Monday nights at 7 p.m. Family nights are held on the fifth Monday of the month. Anyone interested in Freemasonry can contact the lodge at GeorgianaDavis338@gmail.com.
There have been many famous men who were Masons. Some of the better known are: George Washington, Paul Revere, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin, Harry Truman, John Glenn and Gerald Ford.