About
LUXOR SHRINERS

On Tuesday evening on January 20th, 1903 a group of Nobles from Karnak Shriners met at the Masonic Temple in Saint John, N.B. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the formation of a Shrine Temple in the Maritime Provinces.

After several other meetings with other Nobles present, the name LUXOR was selected and Dr. G.A. Hetherington was chosen as the first Potentate. A dispensation dated May 20th, 1903 authorizing the Temple to conduct business was received. At the Imperial Council Sessions held in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. the Charter for the Temple was issued, dated July 9th, 1903.

On the role of Luxor Temple appear the names of many leaders of the Masonic Fraternity, not only in New Brunswick but throughout the Country.

2019 Divan

Divan is the “board of directors” or “executive council” of the organization, and serves as the management team for both business and fraternity activities for the Luxor Shriners. We honour our elected members and their commitment and dedication to the mission of Shriners International.

Ill. Sir William Harrington

Potentate

Saint John

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Noble Brian Biggins

Chief Rabban

Grand Bay-Westfield

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Noble Terrance Spence

Assistant Rabban

South Tetagouche

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Noble David Harding

High Priest & Prophet

Bloomfield

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Noble John Watson

Oriental Guide

Saint John

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Ill. Sir Donald Demmings

Recorder

Fredericton

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Noble Gord Thorne

Treasurer

Saint John

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Noble Jack Steele

1st Ceremonial Master

Saint John

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Noble Robert McCormack

2nd Ceremonial Master

Bedell

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Noble Adam Hatt

Marshal

Blacks Harbour

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Noble Laurie Bishop

Captain of the Guard

Fredericton

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Noble Ray Maber

Outer Guard

Saint John

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Noble Robert Biggins

Director

Trenton, NS

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