Member and Friends Breakfast Update

Our Breakfast and Open House Saturday was a great success! We had many members and family and invited guests all 3 hours 8 – 11. A Big Thank You to all who made it happen.

Jay Maxwell, Secretary, New Carlisle Lodge No. 100

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Condolences Larry E. Newberry

Brother Larry E. Newberry (81) died April 16, 2024. Brother Newberry was raised in New Carlisle Lodge December 13, 1969 and continued his membership in New Carlisle Lodge for 54 years. He was living in Bradenton, Florida at the time of his death. Please keep his wife Carol and the Newberry family in your prayers.
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Obituary for Larry E. Newberry

Larry E. Newberry, of Bradenton, Florida formerly Vandalia, Ohio, age 81, died peacefully Tuesday April 16th, 2024 at 9:45 a.m. Larry was preceded in death by his son, D. Todd Newberry, his sisters Phyllis Lewis and Madonna Mantooth, his brother Robert Newberry, his parents Betty I. Newberry (Slack) and Henry Newberry. Larry is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Carol Newberry (Drook), daughters Tina Semler and Terri Paulus, grandchildren, Lacey, Cody, Ashley, Lindsey, Tyler and Madison, and 10 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild.

Larry was born in Cleveland, Tennessee on August 16, 1942. He had residences in Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida at one time. Larry was a former ironworker and retired from G.M. in 1999. He was a member of the Masonic Temple, the Moose, and the Eagles. Larry put passion into all things in life. He was a known musician and played in numerous bands. He shared this passion with his son Todd.

Larry played the guitar, piano, bass, as well as sang. He loved being on the lake. Larry was always the captain of his boat. He was an amazing slalom skier, skiing well into his 70s. He taught countless people to ski. There was no cliff or bridge Larry wouldn’t jump off. During retirement Larry spent time researching genealogy, learning Spanish, and whittling. Larry had countless other hobbies.

Larry could find a teachable moment in anything he did and was willing to pass his knowledge along to anyone that would listen. Larry will not only be greatly missed by his family but the countless amount of people that he touched over the years

Jay Maxwell, Secretary, New Carlisle Lodge No. 100

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Member and Friends Breakfast

April 20, 8 – 11 AM – Free Breakfast
All members and their family and friends are invited.
Bring the whole family and invite a neighbor.

From the New Carlisle Lodge Trestleboard 3-10-24

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Inspection Report

The inspection was outstanding.

The morning started with a delicious breakfast enjoyed by 61 masons and prepared and served by Bros. Roger Thornbury, Earl Arnett and Phillip Brandley.

The opening was perfect and introductions went smoothly. The officers conducted an outstanding FC Degree. The FC lecture by W.B. Douglas Baker was, as usual, the best anyone has ever heard. Our Junior Warden Austin Pearson gave the Charge.

After the meeting, many visiting brothers received our famous “Yellow Dog Degree.” It was a great day for Masonry and a proud day for being a member of New Carlisle Lodge.

We had 51 visitors and 26 New Carlisle 100 members (11 Past Masters) for a total of 77.

Jay Maxwell, Secretary

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174th Annual Inspection

New Carlisle Lodge #100 F&AM Inspection is February 10, 2024:

Breakfast ($8) 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM (No reservation required)
Inspection in Fellowcraft Degree 9 AM
After the inspection – Yellow Dog Degree

CAUTION: Do not park on Main Street. (2 hour parking limit)
Parking is available at the defunct drug store parking lot at the northeast corner of State Route 571 & Main Street and at the Municipal Parking Lot on Church Street, one block west of the temple.

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Condolences David Taylor

Brother David Taylor (82) died January 11, 2024. Brother Taylor was raised in New Carlisle Lodge February 27, 1965. He continued his membership in New Carlisle Lodge for 50 years. After moving to the Ohio Masonic Home he transferred his membership to Morning Star Lodge #795 in 2015.

Please keep his wife Beverly and the Taylor family in your prayers.
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Obituary for Dr. David Taylor

Dr. David Louis Taylor, born October 25, 1941 in North Hampton, Ohio to Robert and Viola Taylor. He graduated from Northwestern High School, Wittenberg University and received his master’s degree and PhD from West Virginia University. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Carol Clark, and brother, Jerry Taylor. David was an active member of the Enon United Methodist Church where he also worked with the Boy Scout troup. He was a member of the Enon Village Council, he was a 59 year member of the Mason Morning Star Lodge 795 as well as his home lodge in New Carlisle. He was also a member of the American Society of Microbiologists, the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and South Central Association for Clinical Microbiologists. He worked at St. Elizabeth Medical Center and the Ohio State University Medical Center. He leaves behind his wife of 60 (married in 1963) years Beverly, son Christopher Taylor, daughter Jennifer (Steven) Parish, grandchildren, Jordan Taylor, Elayne (Cole) Miller, Andrew Parish, and great granddaughter Millie Miller. Adkins Funeral Home in Enon will be assisting David’s family with his final wishes.

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Jay Maxwell, Secretary, New Carlisle Lodge No. 100

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Ohio Masonic Home Visit

On December 12, Richard Boitnott, Don Rutledge, Ranold Seymour and Jay Maxwell visited several of our New Carlisle Lodge members and widows at the Ohio Masonic Home. The group provided poinsettia plants, Christmas cards and gifts to the several residents. Visited were Beverly and David Taylor, John and Martha Anderson, Margrit Hoyle, and Cornell DeWeese.

OMH Visit

OMH Visit

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Donations to Family and Youth

Brother Roger Thornbury and Brother Earl Arnett presented Family and Youth Initiatives with $225.00 in gift cards from New Carlisle Lodge. Nikki Stefanow accepted the gift cards and thanked New Carlisle Lodge. They also presented Bethel Hope with $225.00 gift cards from New Carlisle Lodge. Reverend Jerri Brian accepted the gift cards and thanked New Carlisle Lodge.

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Service Awards – December 14

Please join us for the Presentation Of Service Awards

6 P.M. Light refreshments
7 P.M. 25, 50 and 65 year Awards Presentation – open to family and friends
Lodge Stated Meeting will open After the Awards Presentation

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Condolences Jaynie Lorene Fryer Wigger

Brethren,
W.B. John Wigger’s wife Lorene died November 28, 2023.
Per her wishes no service will be held.

Please keep John and the Wigger family in your prayers
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Obituary
Jaynie Lorene Fryer Wigger passed away on November 28th, 2023. She was born in Wheeling, West Virginia on March 11th, 1960, the daughter of Robert L. Fryer and Helen L. (Maloney) Fryer.

A 1978 graduate of Tecumseh High School, Lorene worked as a marketing/communications manager for Dayco Products, Inc., The Reynolds and Reynolds Company, and The Globe Food Equipment Company. Recently she was employed as an office manager for Universal Torch Cutting as well as a cashier at Rocky’s Ace Hardware in Park Layne.

She is survived by her husband John Wigger (Medway), brother Ron Fryer (Michelle) of Los Angeles, CA, her niece Alexandria Fryer of Honolulu, HI, Uncle Wayne Maloney of Lewisburg, WV, Aunt Gracie Arbogast (William) of Wellsburg, WV.

She is also survived by many cousins Vicki Mazeika (Terry) of Follansbee, WV, Don Maloney (Karen) of Oakdale, PA, Kevin Maloney (Willow) of Wellsburg WV, Michael Maloney of Henderson, NV, Brenda Maloney Thomas of Fla, Sheila Maloney of White Sulphur Springs, WV, Heather Hanna Of Lewisburg, WV, Becky Cruny (Todd) of Follansbee, WV, Janice Hess (Erik) of Frederick, MD, Randy “Fritz” Fryer of Tyler, TX, Janet Fryer Bodnar of Pittsburgh, PA, and Richard Fryer of Wellsburg, WV.

Lorene was preceded in death by her parents and her Aunt Nancy Maloney of Wellsburg, WV, and Uncle Clarence (Rosemary) Maloney of Wellsburg, WV.

Lorene was a very talented artist and enjoyed shopping for antiques, gardening (especially roses), and reading. Most of all she was known for her joyful personality and warm smile. She will be missed by everyone who knew her.

Donations in Lorene’s memory may be made to JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION at https://www.jdrf.org/donate/

Per her wishes no services will be held.

Jay Maxwell, Secretary, New Carlisle Lodge No. 100
jmax580@gmail.com

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