David A. Carpenter

Worshipful Brother Carpenter currently serves as Secretary of Vitruvian Lodge #557 and is a Past Master of Tulsa Lodge #71 and Guildhall Lodge #553. He holds a Lifetime “A” Certificate and is President of the Tulsa Scottish Rite Charitable & Educational Foundation. Professionally, David has worked as an attorney in …

C.R. “Chuck” Dunning, Jr.

Chuck Dunning, author of Contemplative Masonry: Basic Applications of Mindfulness, Meditation, and Imagery for the Craft, has been a Master Mason since 1988. He is a member of Albert Pike #162 in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and his mother lodge is Haltom City-Riverside #1331, in Haltom City, Texas. Chuck is a member …

John F. Carter

W∴ Br∴ John Carter has been a Mason since 2004. A Past Master of Creekmore #74 in Madill, and a member of three other Lodges, he currently serves as the Grand Chaplain. He is active in the York Rite, Scottish Rite, and other appendant bodies. Regions [Click here to view …

John L. Logan

W. Br. John Logan has been a member since 1984.  He served as a board member of the Masonic Charity Foundation beginning in 1994 and has served as its Executive Director since 2008.  He is also active in both the Scottish Rite and York Rite. Regions [Click here to view …

Robert G Davis

Senior Grand Warden & Past Master of 3 Oklahoma Lodges. Active in Scottish and York Rites. Masonic writer and author. Prefer to speak only in tyled Masonic settings. Regions [Click here to view the region map]: Central, Northeast, Northwest, South Central, Southeast, Southwest Speaking Topics: Masonic History, Symbolism, Philosophy, Ritual, …

Bob Peters

A Certificate lecturer, Past Master, Grand Lodge Deputy Grand Lecturer, and Deputy Grand Master. I like to talk about the ritual, esoteric and monitorial, and symbolism of the degree parts. Also on lodge operations and officer duties to the lodge. Regions [Click here to view the region map]: Central, Northeast, …

Kenneth (Kenny) Wayne Sivard

Kenny Sivard is a lifelong resident of McCurtain County, Oklahoma. He is a member of Goodwater Lodge #148, Idabel Lodge #264 and the Oklahoma Lodge of Research. Kenny serves as the president of the McCurtain County Historical Society and also on the board of directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society …

Bradley Rickelman

Born 1965, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Bradley Rickelman spent most of his youth in northwest Houston, Texas. Brad lives with his wife Jean in Stillwater where he is Assistant Director of the Meridian Technology Center for Business Development, assisting entrepreneurs in starting new businesses. He is past President of the Oklahoma …

Donnie G Higginbotham

I am a past Grand High Priest, and Past Grand Commander, of Oklahoma. Past Master of Roff 169 and The Oklahoma Lodge of Research. I have served on the Technology and Education Committees for the Grand Lodge. I am a student of Oklahoma and Indian Territory Masonic History. I recently …

Brian Ragain

I am a PM from Chickasha #94 and have studied the art and science behind memory work. My book, ‘Keys to Masonic Memorization,’ has many useful tips for Masons and non-Masons to aid in their ritual work or school work, and it incorporates the techniques used by other Oklahoma Mason’s …

Michael R. Poll

Michael R. Poll (1954 – present) is the owner of Cornerstone Book Publishers and editor of the Journal of The Masonic Society. He is a Fellow and Past President of The Masonic Society, a Fellow of the Philalethes Society, a Fellow of the Maine Lodge of Research, Member of the …

Jim Seeger

Education, business and organizational development training and experience. Symbolism and philosophy are personal interests; am a toddler in many things in life, including Masonry. Like to think I am a man who is aware of most of his limitations yet is unafraid to expose same. Am one who understands that …

T.S. Akers

T.S. Akers, a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, studied military history at the University of Oklahoma and along the way petitioned for the degrees of Freemasonry in his hometown lodge of Eufaula No. 1 in 2004. He earned a Master’s degree in Museum Studies, also from the University of …

Daniel Hanttula

Daniel Hanttula is known as “The Masonic Tour Guide,” and his written works have been recognized by the Masonic Service Association, The Scottish Rite Journal, Freemasonry for Dummies, the Whence Came You podcast and many others. On the Masonic speaking circuit, Daniel has traveled from Delaware to Hawaii, speaking to …