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There was a tremendous turnout of brethren of the Irish, Scottish and English Masonic Constitutions participating in the Installation Monday night of Wor Charles Webbe as Wor Master of Abercorn Lodge, No. 123, GRI.

The new Wor Master ordinarily is seen in a different spotlight, as the popular radio and television VSB News personality. His Installing Master was Wor Bro Malike Richardson; and according to ancient custom the new Master afterwards entertained his guests to a sumptuous dinner with all the appropriate wines, spirits and toasts.

Rt W Provincial Grand Master of all Irish Lodges in Bermuda St Clair Brinky Tucker congratulates Wor Master Charles Webbe of Lodge 123 Abercorn, Irish Constitution, after another successful Installation on Monday evening ( Photo by Glenn Tucker )
Photos by Glenn Tucker The Brothers of Lodge 123 Abercorn, Irish Constitution, pose for a group photo. WB Charles Webbe is seated at centre. His officers are Sr Warden Alton E. Trott; Jr. Warden Kevin Raymond Bailey; Treasurer Calvin O?Neil Dill; Secretary Thomas Harold Simmons; Director of Ceremonies Norman Pogson; Almoner Varnel Curtis Sr and Junior Deacons Richard Tavares and Thomas Sylvan Webbe; Inner Guard Troy Fox; Chaplain Bernard DeShields; Steward of Charities Lincoln Outerbridge; Organist Erskine Phillips and Stewards Marc Bean, Stanford Bradshaw, Michael Jones, Roger Marshall, Howard Paynter, Frank Roberts, Kamal Trott; Tyler Howard Paynter.
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Published February 11, 2012 at 7:41 am (Updated February 11, 2012 at 7:41 am)

Webbe made Master of Abercorn

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