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On Friday October 14th, 2005, the Entered Apprentice Degree was conferred on two initiates, Mr. Ray Deming and Mr. Frank Williams. Frank Williams is a Past State Scribe for NJ DeMolay, and with the approval of Worshipful Master Wayne Woogen, a team was assembled of Senior DeMolay to confer the degree on these gentlemen.
Degree Team
Front row l to r: Ernest Alexander, Lecture; Robert Wright, Junior Deacon; Steve Wendowski, Junior Steward; Ed Archbold, Worshipful Master; Kurt Wagner, Senior Steward; Steve Lutz, Junior Warden; Bob Jenkins, Tyler; Fred Van Dyk, Chaplain; Tom Labagh, Working Tools.

Back row l to r: Larry Williams, Senior Deacon; Len Vander Horn, Senior Warden; Bob Buck, Junior Master of Ceremonies; Russ Watkins, Senior Master of Ceremonies; Hank Stein, Marshall
Master and new initiates
Worshipful Master Wayne Woogen with Entered Apprentices Ray Deming (l) and Frank Williams
It was a memorable occasion for the degree team to have the opportunity to work together to initiate a brother DeMolay into Masonry, showing once again the fraternal tie that binds us throughout our journey from youth to manhood. The occasion was made all the more special because of the history of Masonry being passed from father to son throughout the ages as Larry Williams had the opportunity to receive his son Frank into the Lodge.
Proud father and son
Senior Deacon for the degree Larry Williams with his son Frank
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