Wilmington’s George Ross Receives Prestigious Masons Award

WILMINGTON, MA — On October 18, 2017, the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts bestowed the Robert H. Johnston Service Award to George T. Ross of Wilmington.

The award is named for Robert H. Johnston, a World War II Marine, and a Mason for 60 years. Brother Johnston served the Country, and Freemasonry, in numerous capacities, always doing the jobs that nobody liked or noticed. He did these jobs not for recognition, but simply because they needed to be done.

Brother George Ross exhibits these same great qualities that every Mason strives for. He is consistently the first to volunteer, and continually serves Friendship Lodge in any way possible.

Friendship Lodge would like to congratulate George Ross on this achievement, and well-deserved recognition.

George Ross Awarded
George Ross receiving the Robert H. Johnston Service Award from District Deputy Grand Master Paul B. Cragie.
George Ross and Family
George Ross and Family at the Robert H. Johnston Service Award Ceremony.

(NOTE: The above announcement and photos are from Dick Searfoss.)

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