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Superior Lodge A.F. & A.M. No. 672 G.R.C.

Meet The Master - 2016/17

 

Scot R. Henriksson

Wor. Bro. Scotty Henriksson was born in Nipigon, Ontario, on July 18, 1964. He attended Protestant Public School in his home of Nipigon on the North Shores of Lake Superior and completed school in the Ontario school system in 1983. He enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces in August 1983.

 

He spent the next 25 years serving Queen and Country under the Canadian Flag with the Royal Canadian Signals Corp. Bro. Henriksson was deployed on multiple tours under United Nations and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) as a Communication Lineman.

 

In 2008 he decided it was time to hang up the uniform and retire from the Military and move back to Nipigon where he was quick to get back to fishing, hunting and trapping. In summer of 2011 Bro. Henriksson discovered that there was a Masonic Lodge in Red Rock, ON (Superior Lodge No. 672) and queried about it. Thus asking, led to filling out an application for initiation and being initiated in November of that year.

 

Eager for more light Bro. Henriksson expanded his new knowledge by travelling on a regular basis to other lodges within the District. It wasn’t long before he affiliated with Terrace Bay Lodge No. 662 and Kenogamisis No. 656 in Geraldton.

Shortly after, he became a member of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite in the Valley of Thunder Bay.

 

Active within the community Wor. Bro. Henriksson is the President of the Nipigon District Trappers Council, a member of the Nipigon Fall Fishing Festival Committee and currently in the process of joining the Nipigon Rotary Club.

 

“Stop wishing and start doing” ~ Bro. Scotty Henriksson