Crozet Masons Awarded Service Pins

From left: Brother Charles W. Wilmer, Goldie W. Tomlin, Jr., Worshipful Master of King Solomon’s Lodge, and Brother Henry M. Fisher.

During their January meeting, King Solomon’s Lodge No. 194 of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons recognized two Crozet residents for their longstanding devotion and service to the Freemasons of the area and to the Grand Lodge of Virginia. At the presentation ceremony a 25-year veteran pin was presented to Charles W. Wilmer and a 50-year veteran pin and award was presented to Henry M. Fisher. Wilmer was made a Master Mason at King Solomon’s Lodge No. 194 on December 8, 1987. Fisher was made a Master Mason on January 31, 1963 in Claremont Lodge No. 436 (California).

King Solomon Lodge No. 194 received its charter from the Grand Lodge of Virginia in December 1864. It has proudly served in the Crozet, Greenwood, Batesville and Yancey Mills area for 149 years. Currently, King Solomon’s Lodge is providing college scholarships to four Crozet-area students.


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