Tuesday , 23 January 2018
Littleton resident installed as district deputy grand master of Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts – News – The Concord Journal – Concord, MA

Littleton resident installed as district deputy grand master of Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts – News – The Concord Journal – Concord, MA

Littleton resident installed as district deputy grand master of Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts - News - The Concord Journal - Concord, MA

Donald Seibert Stevens, of Littleton, was installed as district deputy grand master of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts and will preside over eight lodges in the 14th Masonic District for the year.

More than 30,000 freemasons in more than 230 lodges in the Commonwealth are divided into 32 districts, each led by a district deputy grand master. As a district deputy grand master, Stevens serves as the grand master’s personal representative to the lodges in his district. The Grand Master is the presiding officer in the state. Harvey John Waugh, of Lynnfield, was installed for his second term as the 88th Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts and picked Stevens for this position.

The 14th Masonic District is comprised of the following lodges: Caleb Butler Lodge, Ayer; Frank W. Thompson Lodge, Bedford; Simonds Lodge, Burlington; Corinthian Lodge, Concord; Simon W. Robinson Lodge and Washington Lodge, Lexington; Joseph Warren-Soley Lodge, Lincoln; and Tahattawan Lodge, Littleton.Stevens was raised in Auburn, New York, and graduated from West High School. He is also a graduate of the University of Rochester and the SUNY Upstate Medical program. He is a retired physician, having most recently worked for Pain Management Associates in Marlborough from 2001-12.In 2007, he began his Masonic career by joining Tahattawan Lodge in Littleton. He served as the worshipful master, or presiding officer, from 2013-14.

For more information, call 800-882-1080 or visit massfreemasonry.org. –

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