York Rite Masons honor Fleisher


By Robert Grim - For the Record-Herald



Norman Mick (left), Deputy for the 2nd District Ohio Priory Knights of the York Cross of Honour, presents former Miami Trace High School Principal Curtis E. Fleisher a certificate in recognition of the Ohio Priory naming him Hospitaler Emeritus for Fayette County.


Curtis E. Fleisher, who has been a member of the Free and Accepted Masons for over 40 years, and has served the York Rite Masons as Hospitaler of the Ohio Priory Knights of the York Cross of Honour (KYCH) for over a decade, has retired from his position of Hospitaler. In recognition of his outstanding service, the Ohio Priory has conferred on him the title Hospitaler Emeritus.

Membership in the Ohio Priory is limited to Masons who are invited to join the Priory because of their distinguished service as the leader of a Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, and as the leader of a York Rite Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, a Council of Royal and Select Masons and a Commandery of Knight Templars.

Fleisher is a Past Worshipful Master of New Holland Lodge No. 392 Free and Accepted Masons and has membership in Hillsboro Chapter No. 40 Royal Arch Masons, Chillicothe Council No. 4 Royal and Select Masons, and Highland Commandery No. 31 Knights Templar.

In his role as hospitaler Fleisher has coordinated the activities of the KYCH members in Fayette County with the Ohio Priory and provided KYCH members assistance as needed.

Norman Mick (left), Deputy for the 2nd District Ohio Priory Knights of the York Cross of Honour, presents former Miami Trace High School Principal Curtis E. Fleisher a certificate in recognition of the Ohio Priory naming him Hospitaler Emeritus for Fayette County.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Curtis-Fleisher-KYCH-photo-001.jpgNorman Mick (left), Deputy for the 2nd District Ohio Priory Knights of the York Cross of Honour, presents former Miami Trace High School Principal Curtis E. Fleisher a certificate in recognition of the Ohio Priory naming him Hospitaler Emeritus for Fayette County.

By Robert Grim

For the Record-Herald

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