Bro. Zac Cook

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Scotty32, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. Scotty32

    Scotty32 Registered User

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    Bro. Zac Cook laid down the working tools of life on Jan 12. He was a 2 Lt, US Army aboard a UH60(Blackhawk) that crashed on the Texas A&M Campus.
    Zac was a our master of ceremonies at Brazos Union #129 in Bryan. He just graduated and commissioned in Dec. He was a proud mason and great soldier. Please keep him and his family in your thoughts.
    Sorry for the delay, the grief has been hard.

    Burial services will be held in Lufkin on Saturday,

    http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/37641439.html
     
  2. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    I'm speechless. This post has been sent to every member of the forums. I know it's difficult, but will there be a Masonic Ceremony?
     
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  4. owls84

    owls84 Moderator Premium Member

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    I like how this was sent to all the members. Very thoughtful and I know his family will be in our prayers due to this.
     
  5. Scotty32

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    There will be masonic burial services for Bro. Cook.
    We will meet up at Lufkin #669 at about 1 and get ready, put on aprons and then head to funeral. Service begins at 2. He will have full military, Aggie Corps, Cavalry, and masonic services at the burial site.
     
  6. JEbeling

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    so sad.. ! so young.. ! great attitude.. ! great young mason.. !
    he will be missed by his family.. !
    this is just almost too sad to put into words.. !

    all we can do is pray.. !
     
  7. nick1368

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    What a great loss to not only his family but to his country and fraternity.
     
  8. Texas_Justice85

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    That is just terrible. I really hate it when you hear about a death of one of the good guys. I was watching the news when it happened and they said he was the best in his class and the hardest working and a great person to be around. Prayers for his family and Masonic brethren, he will truly be missed.
     

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