mt. Moriah Lodge No. 2, Free and Accepted Masons of Utah, has honored 20 of its members who have been affiliated with the organization for 30 to 70 years.
At a banquet, held in the Masonic Temple and attended by approximately 45 members and other guests, Worshipful Master Warren J. Oestreicher conferred service pins on individuals who have been master masons and lodge members for 30 or more years.Because of age or infirmity, some of the honors were conferred in absentia. Food and table arrangements were supervised by George Stathis.
Harold Crask, 70 years; Col. Wm. McConahay and Allen Lipman; Harold Nelson, 60 years; Eugene Baker and Byron Coan, 55 years; Pete Carlston and John Lowe, 45 years; Dwight Pattee, past master; William McPhee and Glen Denkers, all 35 years; and Stathis; Richard K. Thomas IV, past master; Royal A. Watson, past master; Andrew M. Boyack, past master; and Barry Quinn, all 30 years.
and the Chinese government has tried to make us forget the protest there, but June 4 has been engraved in our hearts." - Wei Zhang, a University of Utah graduate student from Beijing, who spoke during memorial services marking the one-year anniversary of pro-democracy demonstrations on Tiananmen Square. (See story on page A1.)
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