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RE: Need advice
My sympathies to you and the family.
With regard to your Father-in-law's regalia etc, may I suggest the following
The family should keep them if there is a chance of a male family member
likely to join a lodge.
The wearing of attire passed on through the family is a powerful thing!
If this is not likely, then consider donating these items to the Lodge of
Again, they could likely use them, and will have an affinity and remember
him through thier use.
I suggest that you write his name and dates of initiation etc on the back of
his apron so it is not forgotten.
His medals also might be donated if the lodge has a masonic library that
might keep them for display.
Bruce Carlyon MM
Chelsea Lodge 346 UGLV
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