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Grand Secretary

Grand Secretary

About Grand Secretary

Most Worshipful Bobby L. Laws is from Altus, Oklahoma. He retired from the U.S. Air Force after 27 years of active military service. In that time, he achieved the top 1% of all enlisted ranks and graduated in the top 1% of the Air Force Senior NCO Leadership Academy. He was Raised at Union Lodge #28 in Georgia, and, in 1975, affiliated with Altus Lodge, were he is a perpetual member. He served that Lodge as Worshipful Master in 1978 and again in 2003. In addition to Altus Lodge, M. W. Brother Laws is a member of Yeldell Lodge, Frederick Lodge, Mangum Lodge, Hobart Lodge and the Oklahoma Lodge of Research. He has served as Secretary or Treasurer of Altus Lodge for many years, and has also served as Treasurer for Yeldell and the Lodge of Research, and as Junior Steward for Frederick Lodge. MW Laws served as Grand Master in 1990 and as Grand Secretary in 1992 and 1993. He has served on many Grand Lodge Committees and commissions. He is a member of the Guthrie Scottish Rite Valley, and holds the 330. For five years he has been the Chairman of the Membership Committee. Bobby also directs and acts in the Degrees at the Temple, perhaps most notably as John the Baptist in the 170. He is Past Commander, Council of Kadosh. In the York Rite, he is a member of Altus Chapter #60, Altus Council #33, and Elk City Commandery #22. Since 2005 he has been Secretary/Recorder for the Altus Bodies. MW Laws is a member of the India Shrine Temple and of Altus Chapter #49, Order of the Eastern Star, which he served as Worthy Patron in 1985 and has served as Sentinel for the last 7 years. He is also a member of Tinker Chapter #43, National Sojourners. In addition to the 330, He has received the York Rite Membership Award, the Joseph P. Murrow Medal, the Honorary Legion of Honor of DeMolay, and the Rainbow Grand Cross of Color. He is widowed with “four children–all middle-aged with grandchildren.”

The Oklahoma Mason Magazine – 2015 – Volume 1 – Electronic Edition

Volume 1, 2015 of The Oklahoma Mason Magazine is now available!





Charity Foundation Workshops 2015

The Grand Secretary and Executive Director of the Masonic Charity Foundation will be conducting six (6) Secretary/ Charity Foundation Workshops for 2015. Each lodge is encouraged to return the registration forms as soon as possible with the date/location you plan to attend so that appropriate materials can be prepared. Cost for registration is $10.00 […]

By |December 23rd, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized||

Oklahoma Mason – In Electronic Format!

In an effort to get the ‘Oklahoma Mason’ to you quickly as well as save on postage, we are offering an electronic subscription to the magazine. If you subscribe to the electronic version, you will receive an e-mail notification of each new issue and be removed from the mailing list for the hard-copy. (You […]

158 Lodges Participating ! Thank you!

Great news!
We have received $52,543.00 for OETA, with 158 Lodges participating ! That is the largest contribution by the fraternity to date.
Well done, and THANK YOU to all the lodges continuing their support of public television.
Don’t forget to tune in Saturday night as the Grand Lodge and Masonic Charity Foundation reps answer phones during […]

By |March 14th, 2014|Categories: Grand Lodge News, Lodge News||