PAST STATE OFFICERS

Past State Master Councilors

No. Name Chapter Term
1
Harry H. Blackwood
Beaver Valley Chapter
1926 - 1927
2
J. Landis Randall
Pilgrim Chapter
1927 - 1928
3
W. Stuart Jepson
Ridgway Chapter
1928 - 1929
4
John E. Groome
Continental Chapter
1929 - 1930
5
William A. Boetker
Erie Chapter
1930 - 1931
6
Neil R. Anderson
Templar Chapter
1931 - 1932
7
William A. Fenical, Jr.
Pilgrim Chapter
1932 - 1933
8
Marvin R. Sheffler
Benjamin Franklin Chapter
1933 - 1934
9
Kendig C. Bare
Lancaster Chapter
1934 - 1935
10
Gilbert M. Mellin
McKeesport Chapter
1935 - 1936
11
Robert W. Sarvis
Pilgrim Chapter
1936 - 1937
12
Donald H. Steiner
Erie Chapter
1937 - 1938
13
George R. Dowdell
Penn-Centre Chapter
1938 - 1939
14
Charles M. Jones
al-Aksa Chapter
1939 - 1940
15
John J. Lenhardt
Lancaster Chapter
1940 - 1941
16
Robert D. Greiwahn
Erie Chapter
1941 - 1942
17
Ernest O. Famous, Jr.
Ardmore Chapter
1951 - 1952
18
Willard G. Clements
Lincoln Chapter
1952 - 1953
19
Rodney L. Caulkins
Williamsport Chapter
1953 - 1954
20
John D. Sink
Indiana Chapter
1954 - 1955
21
Paul D. Fisher
Reading Chapter
1955 - 1956
22
Harry D. Wimer
Lorraine Chapter
1956 - 1957
23
Charles W. Amer
Williamsport Chapter
1957 - 1958
24
David P. Nick
Erie Chapter
1958 - 1959
25
Leon C. Stepp
Reading Chapter
1959 - 1960
26
Dennis J. Sander
South Hills Chapter
1960 - 1961
27
Edwin P. Hoffman
Allentown Chapter
1961 - 1962
28
Ronald L. Carns
Clearfield Chapter
1962 - 1963
29
Arthur L. Shaffer, II
West Shore Chapter
1963 - 1964
30
John B. Cossin
Beaver Valley Chapter
1964 - 1965
31
William G. Hoffman
Allentown Chapter
1965 - 1966
32
John A. Molnar
Shenango Valley Chapter
1966 - 1967
33
Gerald D. Neal
Reading Chapter
1967 - 1968
34
Michael D. Sherman
Lorraine Chapter
1968 - 1969
35
John L. Densham
West Shore Chapter
1969 - 1970
36
Mark L. Wolstoncroft
Fidelity Chapter
1970 - 1971
37
Stephen R. Logan, Sr.
Pilgrim Chapter
1971 - 1972
38
George A. Divers, III
Lorraine Chapter
1972 - 1973
39
Darryl R. Sycher
Allentown Chapter
1973 - 1974
40
Jon C. Yon
al-Aksa Chapter
1974 - 1975
41
William S. Shillady
Reading Chapter
1975 - 1976
42
Raymond J. D'Alesandro
Westmoreland Chapter
1976 - 1977
43
Kenneth B. Rizzo
Friendship-Bray Chapter
1977 - 1978
44
Harry G. Camic
McKeesport Chapter
1978 - 1979
45
Pete C. Elliot
Allentown Chapter
1979 - 1980
46
Curtis R. Rauschenberger
Lorraine Chapter
1980 - 1981
47
Lorimer L. Cram, Jr.
Friendship-Bray Chapter
1981 - 1982
48
Eric M. Ullom
Joppa Chapter
1982 - 1983
49
Eric C. Johnson
Delaware Valley Chapter
1983 - 1984
50
Ronald E. Parkinson
al-Aksa Chapter
1984 - 1985
51
Brian K. Shaffer
Carlisle Chapter
1985-1986
52
Andrew H. Kauffman
Friendship-Bray Chapter
1986-1987
53
Brent D. Richards
Susquehanna Chapter
1987-1988
54
Scott M. Arnst
Lancaster Chapter
1988-1989
55
David C. Santini
Joppa Chapter
1989-1990
56
William L. Reed
Garfield Chapter
1990-1991
57
Jason J. McCracken
Clearfield Chapter
1991-1992
58
Steven J. Smith
Lancaster Chapter
1992-1993
59
Kris G. Sabin
Templar Chapter
1993-1994
60
Jason R. Solano
Pilgrim Chapter
1994-1995
61
A. Nathaniel Croumer
Elizabethtown Chapter
1995-1996
62
Robert R. Nye, Jr.
Elizabethtown Chapter
1996-1997
63
Jason B. Stains
George Washington Chapter
1997-1998
64
Rakesh R. Kumar
Allentown Chapter
1998-1999
65
Louis E. GrowMiller
Somerton Chapter
1999-2000
66
Walter F. Pietrowski
Friendship-Bray Chapter
2000-2001
67
Keith A. Bortz, Jr.
Reading Chapter
2001-2002
68
Greg G. Deal
Lorraine Chapter
2002-2003
69
Stephen L. Prazenica
Elizabethtown Chapter
2003-2004
70
Justin D. Killian
Elizabethtown Chapter
2004-2005
71
S. Alexander Fizz
Reading Chapter
2005-2006
72
Justin C. Dunmire
Crusade Chapter
2006-2007
73
Jacob D. Palo
Erie Chapter
2007-2008
74
Jeffrey C. Bortz
Reading Chapter
2008-2009
75
Howard J. Wagner
Lorraine Chapter
2009-2010
76
W. Thomas Moyer
Pilgrim Chapter
2010-2011
77
Matthew D. Blaisdell
Riverside Chapter
2011-2012
78
Alexander C. Rauschenberger
Lorraine Chapter
2012-2013
79
Matthew S. Maple
George Washington Chapter
2013-2014
80
Isaac W. Holtzer
Westmoreland Chapter
2014-2015
81
Adam T. Pritchard
Reading Chapter
2015-2016
82
Eric M. Dye
Allentown Chapter
2016-2017
83
Jacob A.K. Beers
Elizabethtown Chapter
2017-2018
84
B. Tyler Moyer
Pilgrim Chapter
2018-2019

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