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2017 Officers

Elections of Officers

On February 8th the 2017 – 2018 officers were nominated and on February 22nd they were all elected in.  I would like to thank these individuals for stepping up to the plate and serving as this year’s Officers.  They will be responsible for the running of the lodge and overseeing the club room operations.  Good Luck to all of you!

I would also like to give a Big Thanks to Scott Pace who is completing his latest round of serving this lodge as an officer.  Scott’s hard work and dedication to this lodge has made it what it is today.  We all know that Scott will continue to support the lodge and everything that it stands for.

2017 – 2018 Officers

Kevin Cleary -Exalted Ruler  
Anthony Cochrane – Leading Knight 
Eddie Brannan – Loyal Knight 
Nathan Cochrane – Lecturing Knight
Nash Atkins – Esquire 
Barry Gunter – Chaplain 
Joe Clancy – 3 Year Trustee 
Norman Brewer – 2 Year Trustee 
Ed Wesley – 1 Year Trustee 
Steve Johnson – Secretary 
Mike McGraw – Treasurer 
Greg Lucero – Tiler 
Chris Setzer – Inner Guard 


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Elks Member Chris Black named NCSHP Trooper of the Year

Trooper Black

Trooper Black, pictured at left.

Sanford native Chris Black, a master trooper with the North Carolina Highway Patrol, is one of just a handful of recipients of the patrol’s D.R. Bowick Trooper of the Year award.

Black, 35, has been with the Highway Patrol for 10 years and began his law enforcement career with the Sanford Police Department. His award is for Troop D, which covers a 9 county area including Lee and Chatham. There are eight troop divisions in the state; each names a Trooper of the Year.

Black said he found out about the award at his troop’s annual holiday party. He’d known he was one of a handful of troopers in the running, but didn’t expect to be the winner.

“Of course, it’s based on your statistics, your tickets and wrecks and all, but they also look at what you do off duty, for charity, in the community,” said Black, who also operates SanLee Roofing. “We did a lot of free work for people who had damage during Hurricane Matthew and I think they liked that.”

The award plaque said he was “selected by his peers for his outstanding dedication, selfless service and leadership to the NCSHP, Troop D, and his community.”

The award is named for Trooper Dustin Ryan Bowick, who died in 2012, shortly after joining the Patrol.

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2016 Oyster Roast Sponsors

The following members/business have so graciously paid sponsorship to assist with the cost of this years oyster roast:

  • Chris Black / San-Lee Roofing & Construction
  • Phil and Sharon Bray / Goodfellas
  • Joe Bauerband
  • Charles Goodwin / Goodwin Trucking
  • Monty and Sandra Frelich
  • Justin Smith / Meridan Builders of NC, Inc.
  • Jerry Stephens
  • Scott Pace / Edward Jones Investments
  • Tim Childress / State Farm Insurance
  • Randall Godfrey / Tramway Auto Body
  • Derrick and Kathi Smith
  • Joe & Yenly Clancy / Express Employment Professionals
  • Glenn Gunter / Gunter Plumbing and Home Services
  • Radford “Raddy” Holton
  • Brent Smith / J. Brent Smith Construction
  • Tim Sherman / Sherman Architecture
  • Mike and Cindy Gonella
  • Todd Pace & Phillip McCune/Mobile Media Blasting Technology
  • Douglas Littiken / Cooper Contractors
  • Michael Hattaway / Hattaway Dentistry
  • Brett Reagan / Reagan & Son Grounds Maintenance
  • Clay Moretz / Moretz Electrical Corporation
  • Mike Cox / Argos Ready Mixed Concrete Company
  • Clyde and John Nicholson / Nicholson Farms
  • Harold and Trina Oldham
  • Bobby and Jane Brewer
  • John Crumpton
  • Gary Johnson for President
  • Brian McRae / Steel & Pipe Corporation
  • Jimmy Martin / J & J Vending, Inc.
  • Roland and Helen Frechette
  • Chas Post / DWI Defense Attorney
  • The Flame Steak House


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