Welcome To Stephenson Lodge No. 135

Stephenson Lodge No. 135, AF&AM is located in the town of Darlington at 2115 Shuresville Road and is one of five Masonic Lodges located in Harford County, Maryland. Our regular meeting nights are the first and third Wednesdays of each month, from October to May. In June, we meet only on the first Wednesday of that month, and in September, only on the third Wednesday of that month. All Master Masons are welcome to visit during any meeting, Entered Apprentices and Fellowcrafts can contact our Worshipful Master or Secretary to see which nights they might visit

 

Current Officers for 2021

Worshipful Master – Duane A. Duncan, PM
Senior Warden – Buzz Vaughn
Junior Warden – Paul Cole
Secretary – Dean Alban, PM
Treasurer – Tony Collini
Senior Deacon – Ron Smith, PM
Junior Deacon – Lou Buck
Chaplin – Carl Lee, PM
Tyler – Keith J. Thompson, Sr, PM

Current Dues for 2021

Members: $98.00
Plural Members: $60.00
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Hon. PM Clinton “Cliff” Adams Passes Away

Stephenson Lodge mourns the loss of our brother, Hon. PM Clinton “Cliff” Adams. “Cliff” was loved and respected by all and his kindness reached way beyond the walls of Stephenson Lodge. Married on March 10, 1962, he was the beloved husband of Joyce Ann (Browning) Adams with whom he shared 59 years of marriage. Known as “Cliff” he was born in Baltimore, MD on August 11, 1937, the youngest of eleven children born to the late James I. Adams and Regina Edith (DeBoard) Adams and was a twin brother to his sister, Clyde Irene Bunce who died in 1999. After serving in the US Army, Cliff spent 34 years as a water plant operator at Aberdeen Proving Ground, retiring in March 1997. He was a longtime attendee/supporter of Dublin United Methodist Church and a 50+ member of Stephenson Lodge #135 A.F.&A.M. of Darlington where he was adorned with the recognition of honorary past master. Cliff enjoyed the outdoors, spending time gardening and passionately mowing the lawn. He was known for his love of cookies and apple pie, his beautiful smile and gentle spirit.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by: three children-Lisa Adams Monk (Gregg) of Ft. Worth, TX; Timothy E. Adams (Cindy) of Delta, PA; John Russell Adams of Rising Sun, MD; a sister, Edyth Jorstad of Fairfax Station, VA. Five grandchildren-Andrew Monk (Nicole); Joshua Adams (Natasha); Ethan Monk; Mandy Adams; Jason Adams. He was preceded in death by: his infant son, Clinton Adams, Jr. in 1963 and his loving siblings-Agnes, John, Bessie, Vester, Lorraine, Dottie, Wayne and Jim.

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