Kenneth Lottman
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Kenneth Lottman

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    1. cog41
      cog41
      Nice to meet you at the Gun Appreciation festivity. I was glad to see a good crowd for such a short notice.
      Next time and place we'll have more time to visit. Nice to know there were more brethren there as well.

      Holler back and maybe we'll have a cup at the coffee shop in Mt. Sylvan., just down from T.R. Bonner Lodge.

      Have a great day.

      Cog41
    2. Bdubb127
      Bdubb127
      Yes sir, we also practice on Monday nights. Sounds good brother, we meet on the 2nd Monday so I'd be free on Tuesdays. We're having 2 fellowcraft degrees coming up in March if you'd like to attend. I will give you the exact date after our March meeting.
    3. Bdubb127
      Bdubb127
      Hey Bro. Lottman, I see you're from Lindale. I live in Big Sandy and am Junior Deacon at Bethesda in Gilmer and a member of Sharon Shrine in Tyler.
    4. jwhoff
      jwhoff
      Hey brother, got a question. Do you know Brother Dennis Katruska? He is a member of Cypress 1423 who moved up your way about a year ago. I suspect he may now be a member of your lodge. If not, he's definitely in your neighborhood.
    5. jwhoff
      jwhoff
      Like the ring. Stay in touch.
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    Location:
    A, A
    Home Lodge:
    Lindale #848
    Grand Lodge:
    GLoTX
    Are you a Master Mason?:
    Yes
    Appendant Organizations:
    Originally from Chicago, IL Moved to Las Vegas, NV now Reside in Lindale,TX. Married Father of 1 Girl, Manger of Lock and Load Indoor Shooting Range in Tyler,TX. Raised 4/11/11

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    Kenneth E. Lottman, Jr.
    :SNC: Raised 4/11/11
    Jr. Warden Lindale Lodge #848 Lindale, TX
    Member, Texas Lodge of Research
    Member, Tranquility Lodge #2000
    "What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world, remains and is immortal." - Albert Pike