The History of Queensbury Lodge 121 F. & A. M.

On February 29, 2000 M:. W:. Stewart C. McCloud, Grand Master of Masons in the State of New York, issued a dispensation to allow Glens Falls Lodge 121 and Senate Lodge 456 to consolidate into Queensbury Lodge 121.

The Charter was presented to the Lodge by M:. W:. Carl J. Smith, Grand Master, on Sunday, August 13, 2000.  The Charter was accepted by W:. George F. Winters, Master of Queensbury 121.  The Officers of the newly formed Lodge were: Robert Seavey, Master; George Winters, Senior Warden; Frederick Doscher, Junior Warden; Aldo Ghirarduzzi, Secretary; Leroy Akins Jr., Treasurer; James Meglino, Senior Deacon; Emil Lindstrand, Junior Deacon; Allan Bryant, SMC; Charles Stewart, JMC; Keith Whalley, Chaplain; and Patrick Morton, Tiler.

The Masters of Queensbury Lodge 121:

  • 2000 Robert E. Seavey
  • 2000-01 George F. Winters
  • 01-02 Frederick A. Doscher
  • 02-04 James A. Meglino
  • 04-05 James Behremann
  • 05-06 Andrew McClintock
  • 06-07 Aldo A. Ghirarduzzi
  • 07-08 Truman Cox
  • 08-09 Daniel B. Saville
  • 09-10 Daniel Ellsworth
  • 10-11 Craig Stephenson

Queensbury Lodge 121 meets in Queensbury, NY on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays.  This article was taken from the Queensbury Masonic Historical Society’s website (  You can find similar articles of local interest at this site.

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District Deputy Grand Master Saratoga-Warren District 1998-2000; Grand Lodge Leadership Services Committee; Leadership Development Course Coordinator; Vice Chairman Grand Master's Educational Task Force; Vice Chairman Grand Lodge Child ID Committee; District Deputy Grand High Priest 14th Capitular District; Grand Master of the 1st Veil 2010; Grand Master 2nd Veil 2011; Grand Master 3rd Veil 2012 Grand Royal Arch Captain 2013 Grand Principal Sojourner 2014 Grand Captain of the Host 2015 Warren County Historical Society Board of Trustees; Queensbury Masonic Historical Society Charter Member; State Chairman Lodges & Buildings Committee Deputy Grand Master's Advisory Committee
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