Temple on the Hill Hi-Twelve conducts officer installation
YOUNGSTOWN -- Temple on the Hill Hi-Twelve Club 720 held its seventh annual installation of officers on Sept. 8 at the Masonic Temple on Wick Avenue.
Outgoing president Howard C. Bodine Jr. conducted the meeting.
Robert L. Musgrove was installed as president of the organization, and seated as his associate officers were Allen G. Bohr Sr., first vice president; Thomas G. Jacobs, second vice president; Clarence E. Shawver III, third vice president; Ray B. Nevel, secretary; Richard R. Roumfort, treasurer; John R. Selders, chaplain; and Daniel A. Brown, sergeant-at-arms.
Trustees will be Selders, chairman, and August A. Angel and Bodine.
Also seated were Victor J. Woodworth, Wolcott chairman; Bodine, publicity chairman; James B. Parker IV, Masonic representative; and James W. Hill, historian. The program chairmen will be the Bohr, Jacobs and Shawver.
About the president
During World War II, Musgrove served with the U.S. Army in the European Theater of Operations. He retired from Ohio Machinery Co. after 40 years of service.
Musgrove, a member of Poland Lodge 766 since 1976, served as its treasurer for several years and was a master of the lodge in 1983. He is a past district deputy grand master of the Grand Lodge of Ohio and is a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Youngstown and a 33rd Degree Mason.
He has served as thrice potent master of Hiram Lodge of Perfection, chaired the speakers bureau for several years, was a cast member for several degrees, and is a class adviser. He is also a member of Ashlar Chapter 213 of the Royal Arch Masons of Ohio and a member of Poland Breakfast Club.
Musgrove and his wife Dorothy live in Canfield and have three sons and seven grandchildren. They are members of Canfield United Methodist Church, where he is an usher and communion steward.
International officers participating in the ceremony were first vice president Thomas S. Bevington as installing officer, president James R. Satterthwaite as installing marshal and secretary Ike Hoshauer, along with other international and Ohio state officers. The vocalist was Deanna Anderson.