Perry-Ionic Lodge No. 796 resulted from the merger of Ionic Lodge No. 525, which was constituted on November 10,1873 and Perry Lodge No. 796, which was constituted on November 3, 1962, forming Perry-Ionic Lodge
on December 27,1983.Stated Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month, except the months of July and August, when the Lodge is called off from labor.
William M Spade, III
Worshipful Master of Perry-Ionic Lodge No. 796
2019 Elected Officers
Worshipful Master William M Spade III
Senior Warden Richard V. Bopp, PM
Junior Warden Cory J. Falcona
Treasurer Robert C. Catalano
Secretary Hector L. Cabrera, PM
Representative in the Grand Lodge Charles G. Lots, PM
Substitute Representative in the Grand Lodge George T. Traylor, PM
Stephen D. Bloomquist, PM Phil M Serra, PM T. Lawrence Palmer
Assistant Secretary Pedro A. Zayas, PM
Pursuivant Michael G Foriska
Senior Deacon Mark Chapaitis
Junior Deacon Robert Ferguson
Sr. Master of Ceremonies Joseph P. Falcona
Jr. Master of Ceremonies David R. Steinmetz, PM
Chaplain Frank G. Mehalov
Sr. Steward Steve C. Hunter
Jr. Steward Robert C. Catalano, Jr.
Tyler Michael C. Sassano, Jr., PM
Right Worshipful Grand Master
of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania
S. Eugene Herritt
District Deputy Grand Master
55th Masonic District
D. Todd Ballenger, P.M.
The Masonic Belief
There is one God, The Father of all men.
The Holy Bible is the Great Light in Masonry, and
the Rule and Guide for faith and practice.
Man is immortal.
Character determines destiny.
Love of man is, next to love of God, man’s first duty.
Prayer, communion of man with God, is helpful.
Recognizing the impossibility of confining the teaching
of Masonry to any fixed forms of expression, yet acknowledging
the value of authoritative statements of fundamental principles
the following is proclaimed as;
The Masonic Teaching
Masonry teaches man to practice charity and benevolence,
to protect chastity, to respect the ties of blood and friendship,
to adopt the principles and revere the ordinances of religion,
to assist the feeble, guide the blind, raise up the downtrodden,
shelter the orphan, guard the alter, support the Government,
inculcate morality, promote learning, love of man, fear God,
implore His mercy and hope for happiness.
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