Home History Events 33 Past Presiding MSA Reunions F.A.Q. Ill. John M. Akkala ...................................... 1960 Ill. Frank Tramp, M.S.A...................................... 1982 Ill. Thomas E. Skoog ................................ 1986 Ill. James B. Appleberry ................................... 1986 Ill. Charles E. Swanson ............................ 1987 Ill. David L Allie ................................. 1988 Ill. Arthur N. Allert, Jr., M.S.A. .............. 1990 Ill. Robert L. Bouschor ................................ 1990 Ill. R. Thomas Peters, Jr. ....................... 1991 Ill. William L. Evans ........................... 1992 Ill. Robert C. Gero .................................... 1993 Ill. Charles F. Bersinger .............................. 1994 Ill. David C. Danielson ................................ 1994 Ill. Michael Milidonis ....................... 1995 Ill. Maurice J. English ............................ 1996 Ill. R. Max Holloway .............................. 1997 Ill. Terrence G. Waddell . 1999 Ill. Richard E. Abraham ..... 2000 Ill. Keith H. Wangberg, MSA ...... 2000 Ill. Stephen C. Mattson .. 2002 Ill. Gene R. Connor, Jr., MSA ..... 2003 Ill. Tom Ryan .. 2004 Ill. Gus Rydholm  2005 Ill. Jimmie Hobaugh ............ 2006 Ill. John R. Vercoe III, MSA .... 2007 Ill. William E. LeVeque, MSA ...... 2010 Ill. William A. Robson .... 2010Ill. Jacob Hayrynen ........ 2011Ill. Roger A. Juntunen .... 2012 Ill. Ronald J. Hill ............ 2013 Ill. Michael Hill, MSA...........................................2015 A few men are chosen to be coroneted as (Thirty-Third) 33 Degree Scottish Rite Masons, Soverign Grand Inspectors General and Honorary Members of the Supreme Council.  Achieving the 33 is an honor that can be bestowed upon a Scottish Rite Mason. It is not campaigned for. It is granted solely by the Supreme Council.  A 33 Mason is a Master Mason who has exhibited knowledge, passion and sacrifice to his craft.  The Supreme Council awards the 33 as a way of honoring outstanding and selfless work performed in the Rite or in public life. At its annual session the Supreme Council elects members of the Rite to receive the degree. Members unanimously so elected become Honorary Members of the Supreme Council.        Thirty-Third Degree
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