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Claude Alfred John Green
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND MASTER, 1957-1958
[Claude Alfred John Green]
March 11, 1904 - September 7, 2003
Born in London, England, MW Bro. Greene moved to Duncan, BC where he worked as a painting contractor specializing in industrial work. Little interested in politics, he was chairman of the Duncan Junior Chamber of Commerce in 1938.
He was an active athlete in his youth, rowing bow for the winning team of the Rowing Championship of the North of France in 1920. During his term as Grand Master he still played the occasional game of cricket. Married to Ms. Edna Francis Castley in the Church of England in 1928, they had two children: a son and daughter.
Initiated June 14, 1927 Temple Lodge No. 33
Passed August 30, 1927
Raised September 27, 1927
Affiliated April 12, 1961 Admiral Lodge No. 170
Affiliated January 11, 1988 North Star No. 167
Affiliated Sidney Lodge No. 143
District Deputy Grand Master District No. 1 1950-1951
Senior Grand Deacon 1949-1950
Representative for the Grand Lodge of Washington 1951
Vice-president Banff Conference 1957

Grand Lodge of British Columbia records, 1956.

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