Famous Freemasons

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Kathleen Aldworth Foster

Bio Kathleen Aldworth Foster is the author of Doneraile Court: The Story of The Lady Freemason. Although classified as historical fiction, the author went to great lengths to uncover the true story of Elizabeth St Leger Aldworth, who was known as The Lady Freemason in 18th century Ireland. As a […]

Jim Hoerricks

Bio: Jim is a non-verbal autistic self-advocate, special education teacher, researcher, lecturer, best-selling author, and instructional designer. Pronouns: They / Them / Their / Dr. “As a non-verbal autistic person, I’m able to empathize with a diverse range of learner types. That empathy makes it’s way into all the content […]

Gordon Michie

Bio: Gordon Michie joined his father and grandfather’s Lodge as a Lewis in 1989 and went onto become the Master of Lodge Earl Haig in 1997 – 1999 since vacating the Chair of the Lodge he has served as Treasurer and sees no future where that will change, unfortunately. He […]

Wes Latchford

Bio: Wes Latchford is Program Manager for the U.S. Navy’s Information Warfare Enterprise where he manages information warfare strategy and policy, long-range planning, and executive management across the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Coast Guard. A retired “Navy Mustang,” he served as both a Naval Intelligence Officer and […]

Tim Sheils

Bio: Tim Sheils has a storied career, at one time or another engaged as a farmer, amateur boxer, bass player in a punk band, bass player in a heavy metal band, photographer, computer programmer, web developer, antique car restoration, philosopher, sociologist. He has no fear of embarrassing himself in public. […]

Alexander P. Herbert

Bio: Alexander was raised in 2008 and currently works as a space systems safety engineer in Denver, Colorado. Within the Fraternity, he is a Past Master of Hudson Lodge № 510 and of the Ohio Lodge of Research, and a Past District Education Officer and Past District Deputy Grand Master […]

Robert H. Johnson

Bio: Philosophy is at the core of what Robert is after. Having grown up in Italy and being exposed to the culture and much of the renaissance art and literature, Freemasonry became a natural place for him to gravitate toward. He is an avid musician and writer. He’s written for […]

Nathan Tweedie

Bio: Nathan holds a Bachelor in Arts degree in History and a Masters of Science in American History from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He’s a member of the New York State Baseball Umpires Association, SABR and is the manager of on-site learning at the National Baseball Hall of Fame […]

Michael Jarzabek

Bio: Michael is obsessed with making connections. Since he’s an electrician by trade, that’s generally a good thing. He has shared these connections over the years in presentation or print form. They include diverse topics such as Be the Rebellion: Star Wars and Freemasonry, James Naismith: Virtue in Motion, My […]

Michael Hambrecht

Bio: Bro. Mike Hambrecht, known as Mike the Intern or Hammie, is currently Senior Warden and Lodge Education Office for Lake Shore Lodge No. 307, under the Grand Lodge of Ohio, F. & A. M. He was initiated, passed, and raised in Village Lodge No. 274, under the Grand Lodge […]