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.
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.