8 September Grand Trustee John Noldan Passes Away September 8, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles General 0 Brothers and Sisters, It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Grand Trustee John Noldan, 66, of pancreatic cancer. John was a proud and dedicated Eagle, firmly committed to upholding the Ritual and serving the Fraternal Order of Eagles in every way he could. He is survived by his loving wife, Kat, four children and nine grandchildren. Since joining the Eagles in May 1989, John dedicated a large portion of his life to the Order, developing training programs, serving in numerous State and International-level positions, competing in and promoting the Ritual and preserving our history through his advocacy for the Washington State Aerie Museum. In 2013, he was elected Grand Aerie Inside Guard, beginning an ascent through the chairs to Grand Trustee on his path toward a dream of becoming Grand Worthy President, in service of the organization he loved so dearly. John was a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy and spent 41 years working for the Department of Defense at the Bremerton Naval Shipyard. No matter the task, John was always a tremendous representation of our motto “People Helping People” and greatly enjoyed his work in service of the membership as a Grand Aerie Officer. John will be sorely missed and our thoughts and prayers are with his family throughout this difficult time. Information regarding arrangements and cards/flowers for the family will be made available within the coming days. Fraternally,The Board of Grand Trustees Related Articles A Message From the Grand Board of Trustees & GWP Ron Malz Brothers & Sisters, The Fraternal Order of Eagles Grand Aerie continues to monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation across the United States and Canada and we hope that all of our members are taking the necessary precautions to remain safe as the issue continues to evolve. Many of you have asked us questions regarding opening your Aerie homes to members, meetings, etc., upcoming State/Provincial Conventions and our International Convention this summer in Spokane. Regarding local business, we’re asking all of our Aeries to keep a watchful eye on the recommendations of your local government officials and to fully comply with any orders they may issue within your States/Provinces and local communities. PGMP Kathy Gonzagowski Passes Away Katherine S. Gonzagowski, 75, of Mesa, AZ, passed away Feb. 8, 2017. She is survived by her brother Bruce Gonzagowski, Mesa, AZ and many close friends and relatives. She was born in Mauston, WI on July 29, 1941. Her parents were Joseph and Myrtle Gonzagowski who preceded her in death. She spent most of her adult life in Madison, WI, where she worked for 40 plus years as an LPM at the Central Center for the developmentally disabled. GWP Burnett Fills Grand Aerie Officer Vacancy Due to the unfortunate passing of Grand Trustee John Noldan, a vacancy was left in the Grand Aerie officer positions. To fill this vacancy, Grand Worthy President Carl Burnett, in concurrence with the Board of Grand Trustees, has made the direction to move all current sitting officers beneath the vacancy, up one position and to fill the vacancy at Grand Outside Guard with William “Bill” Stotko of Everett, Wash., Aerie #13. PGWP George Ziebol Passes Away We are deeply saddened to announce the loss of Past Grand Worthy President George Ziebol. George passed away yesterday after a valiant battle with heart disease. Grand Aerie Update 3/25 Brothers & Sisters, On Sunday, the Governor of Ohio issued a stay-at-home order, requiring all non-essential personnel to remain at home until April 6. We wanted to reach out to you to make you aware of how this will affect the Grand Aerie during this period. Grand Convention Update Brothers & Sisters, In recent weeks, we’ve received many questions in regards to the upcoming International Convention in Spokane, Washington, and we wanted to take a moment to clarify a few things moving forward. First, as of right now, the International Convention is still scheduled to take place. If the status of the Convention changes per the orders of the state of Washington, we will let all of you know as quickly as possible through all of our available communication channels. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.