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 Masonic Lodges  

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Stevenson
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No.354 No.1432 No.1230 No.1361 No.1557

   

Lodge Douglas No.1557

 


    


Lodge Douglas No.1557

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Founder Member

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Govan man 'uncle' David Dick 89yrs old


Auld Davie wis some character - ah first met him through the bowling when he lived in East Kilbride and we became firm friends... and kept in touch when he and his wife May flitted doon tae Sunderland to be near their son and his family.


He was torpedoed during the war whilst serving in the Merchant Navy and spent 14 days in a lifeboat! A founder member of  Lodge Douglas 1557 in East Kilbride, a great family man and his grandchildren, Laura & Stuart, both spoke very tenderly of their love for their Grandad at his funeral.
                            


Although latterly wheelchair bound David had hoped to travel up from East Bolden
to be at the Lodge's 50th celebrations, sadly that wasn't to be.
David's wife May gave me his founder's medal which I will present to the Lodge for their display cabinet

 

Lodge Douglas E K

No 1557

Engraving :
Presented on the 27-6-59
to
Bro.                
D.Dick
M M 553
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Lodge Douglas 1557a 1557b

 

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