Sunday, August 9, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Dane Paul Lareau passed away on the morning of Tuesday, July 28, 2015, at the Washington, D.C., Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was 45 years old and a proud veteran.
Dane is survived by his fiancee, Sonia Hutchinson Trask; three children, Austin (20), Madison (11), and Caitlyn (5); five siblings, Cherie Libka of Homer, Susan (Mike) Scruggs of Bourbonnnais, Michele Lareau of Savoy, David (Phyllis) of Allerton and Dan of Urbana; and close family and friends.
Dane was preceded in death by his parents, Wayne and Mary (Morris) Lareau of Allerton.
He served in the U.S. Army for six years as a diagnostic radiology technologist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WDC) and in Frankfurt, Germany, achieving the rank of E4. Later, he served as an interventional radiology technologist at George Washington University Hospital (WDC).
He was a member of the Broadlands Masonic Temple Lodge 791. As a constant learner, Dane continued his professional education at Howard Community College (Columbia, Md.).
Dane was a kind, caring, deeply emotional man who will be dearly missed by his family and numerous friends around the world. His presence in our lives will be greatly missed.
Cremation has been accorded. A celebration of life event will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Walnut Hill Shelter at Homer Lake Forest Preserve.
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, please send donations to The Lareau Children Education Fund at Morton Community Bank, 721 W. Jackson St., Morton, IL 61550.
Friday, May 22, 2015
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Let us know if you have any questions!
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Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Todd E. Creason, 33° recently was named as the 15th Fellow of the Missouri Lodge of Research. Creason is the author of several books and novels, including the Famous American Freemason series. He is Past Master of Ogden Lodge No. 754 (IL), and currently serves as Secretary. He is also a member and Senior Warden of Homer Lodge No. 199. He is a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Danville, the York Rite Bodies of Champaign/Urbana (IL), the ANSAR Shrine, Eastern Illinois Council No. 356 Allied Masonic Degrees, Charter President of the Illini High Twelve No. 768. He was recently awarded the 2014 Illinois Secretary of the Year Award by the Illinois Masonic Secretaries Association.
Brother Creason is also the Founder of the Midnight Freemasons blog www.midnightfreemasons.org and continues to be a regular contributor.
The Missouri Lodge of Research is a group of Freemasons interested in the history and study of Freemasonry, and who by their contributions make it possible to publish and distribute the results of their studies and investigations. It was charted by the Grand Lodge of Missouri, AF&AM on September 30, 1941 under the direction of MWB Harry S. Truman. The Lodge gathers and disseminates, by discussion and/or publication, information primarily of historical character pertaining to the origin and development of Freemasonry and to the members who have contributed to its growth and development.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
However, we're going to add something for those of you that would like to participate in our run, but might prefer something a bit less lengthy and difficult. Not only will we have our traditional 4.25 mile trail, but we will be adding a shorter, less challenging course for our walkers and runners.
We will be putting out additional details in the next few weeks as we prepare to open the event for registration. If you have questions, you can contact our Secretary at email@example.com
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Friday, February 27, 2015
During our 1st Annual Ogden Masonic Charity Trail Run, the members of Ogden Lodge wanted to pick a charity that was known throughout the Central Illinois area as providing an invaluable resource to the community. The Lodge voted unanimously that Developmental Services Center would be our charity that first year, both because of the important work they do, and the fact that they would most benefit from our charity trail run.
Now in its 4th Year, and Ogden Lodge Masonic Charity Trail Run has announced that it will once again partner with DSC.
DSC serves approximately 1,100 children and adults with developmental disabilities, such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism, cognitive disabilities, Down syndrome, or other conditions. Individuals seeking services may experience functional or environmental challenges that require extra support to live more independently. These challenges may include assistance in adequate daily living skills, adequate work skills, recognized social behaviors, or the ability to access community transportation.
The members of Ogden Lodge are looking forward to once again working with DSC on what we hope will be our best trail run ever. We hope you will help us spread the word.
Stay tuned for more news and registration details.
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