April 29, 2019

2015 Workshop – “The Importance of Masonic Education”

50th: 2015 Workshop – “The Importance of Masonic Education”

Keynote speaker: Bro. Jordan Yelinek
Freemason, Masonic Researcher and Speaker

Jordan Yelinek a Mason since 2002, is currently serving the Grand Lodge of California as its Senior Grand Deacon and as a member of the Institute for Masonic Studies. He began his masonic career during college in Washington, DC, continued it through his graduate work at Yale University in Connecticut, where he studied Cell Biology, and affiliated with Prometheus Lodge No. 851 in San Francisco after moving to the Bay Area. He is a Professor of Biology and Chairman of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the Art Institute of California at San Francisco.

Guest Speaker: Patrick Craddock
Freemason, Masonic Researcher and Speaker

Patrick Craddock received his Masters of Arts degree (Middle Tennessee State University., ’92) and Master of Philosophy (University College of Wales – Aberystwyth, ’01) in history, is a contributing author to Encyclopedia of Tennessee History, C.Van West, ed., as well as past-curator of exhibits at the Carter House Museum, Franklin, Tennessee. Initiated, Passed, and Raised in O.D.Smith Lodge No. 33, Oxford,Mississippi (’89), he is a life member of Hiram Lodge No. 7, Franklin, Tennessee and is a Past Master of Conlegium Ritus Austeri No. 779 in Nashville (as well as a charter member of same). Additionally, he is the owner of The Craftsman’s Apron (www.craftsmansapron.com), manufacturers and providers of the highest quality Masonic regalia and gifts extant Brother Craddock is also a member of: Valley Of Nashville A.A.S.R., Franklin Chapter No. 2, Franklin, TN, Franklin Council No. 134, Franklin, TN, DePaynes Commandery No. 11, Franklin, TN, Aberystwyth Lodge No. 1072 (Honorary)