YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Masonic Lodge 615 will hold a closed installation ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Youngstown Masonic Temple on Wick Avenue.
William Bell, Harvey Crissman and Paul Belus will be in charge of the ceremony, during which James Beeman Sr. of Boardman will be inducted as worshipful master of the lodge.
Seated as his associate officers will be James Beeman Jr., senior warden; Lawrence Kurtz, junior warden; Robert Rodkey, senior deacon; Christoper Kelso, junior deacon; Keith Ashbaugh, secretary; Elmer Haidle, treasurer; David Beaver, tyler; Daniel Stellmar, senior steward; William Bell, junior steward; Douglas Babyak, education officer; Neil Johnson, chaplain; and John Deem, trustee.
Beeman and his wife, Carole, have four children and three grandchildren. He is retired from General Motors in Lordstown and from Company C-112th Engineers of the Ohio National Guard after 21 years of service. He was the founder of the Finish Line, a car waxing company in Youngstown.
The cost for the 6:15 p.m. dinner is $3. No reservations are required.