Meet the Lodge Officers
We are a dedicated Lodge, ready to assist in the search for Light.
I joined Acacia #17 and became a Master Mason in 1977. I was honored to serve in all the chairs over the next 7 years. Ending up as Worshipful Master in 1985. I was then offered a position in Grand Lodge and served as Grand Master in 1993. This is my third time I have been honored to serve as the Worshipful Master of Acacia.
Merlin Lynn Larsen
As a fairly new Master Mason, raised in 2015. I have been honored to serve as Acacia #17’s treasurer. Masonry for me is a sense of unity, the brotherhood provides a social outlet disconnected from modern networking for me, where individuals from all walks of life can bond.
Sean Patrick McPeak
Freemasonry appeals to me on many levels. As a US Navy veteran, masonry provides a sense of brotherhood in civilian life. As a Jungian psychotherapist, it provides a place to explore the outer world as well as our inner selves through the use of image, symbol and allegory. Acacia has been a valued home for this work.
Michael J. Fraughton
Richard has been the Tyler for Acacia Lodge for over twenty five years, dutifully guarding the Lodge with the implement of his office during our monthly meetings, ritual, and degree work. He is one of only three Acacia Tyler’s to have served this long.