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 2015 Honour MenSRC-CAP-933º Designates

Michael W. Blevins – Guthrie
John F. Bulman, Jr. – Tulsa
Marshall M. Clayton – Tulsa
Van Coffman – Tulsa
Ronald S. Coppedge – McAlester
David W. Foley – Guthrie
Mark A. Halyard – McAlester
Monte G. Hendrix – McAlester
Gary L. Johnson – Tulsa
Billy R. Kimbrell – Tulsa
Ivan L. Newell, Sr. – Guthrie
William R. Phillips – Guthrie
Thomas J. Poss – McAlester
Henry L. Reibel – Guthrie
D. Ridge Smith – Guthrie

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32º K.C.C.H. Designates

Patrick L. Brooks – McAlester
Matthew T. Cargill – Tulsa
David M. Cathey – McAlester
John P. Cunningham – McAlester
Michael D. Dill – Tulsa
Lawrence W (Wayne) Dobson – Tulsa
Michael O. Echols – McAlester
Alexander T. Findlay – Guthrie
Stephen D. Gragg – McAlester
Jon B. Greene – Tulsa
C.W. Grigsby Jr. – Guthrie
Steven P. Guerrero, Jr. – Guthrie
Brian D. Gulbranson – Guthrie
Michael T. Harden – Tulsa
Joe M. Harris – Guthrie
Larry W. Jenkins – Tulsa
Harvey C. Johnson, Jr. – McAlester
James A. Koontz – Guthrie
Gene A. Mathia – Tulsa
Michael L. McConnel – Tulsa
Wayne McConnell – Guthrie
Roger A. Meyer – Guthrie
Gary A. Odendahl – Guthrie
Robert L. Padgett – McAlester
Myron D. Quapaw – Tulsa
Jackie E. Randall – Guthrie
Clyde H. Schoolfield, Jr. – Guthrie
Eric L. Vickers – Guthrie
Steven A. Viner – McAlester
Michael D. Witt – Guthrie

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The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is commonly known as the Scottish Rite. It is one of several appendant groups of the worldwide fraternity known as Freemasonry.

The Scottish Rite is one of the two branches of Freemasonry in which a Master Mason may proceed after he has completed the three degrees of Symbolic or Blue Lodge Masonry. The other branch is known as the York Rite, consisting of Royal Arch Masons, Royal and Select Masters and the Knights Templar.

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