25 September GWP Burnett Fills Grand Aerie Officer Vacancy September 25, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles General 0 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. Stotko currently serves as a Grand Aerie Field Service agent and Pacific Northwest Regional Aerie President and is a Past Washington State Aerie President. He and the ascending officers will be sworn in to their new positions on Monday, October 29, 2018, during the fall Grand Aerie Officers Meeting. With these changes, the new Grand Aerie Officers list will consist of: Jr. Past Grand Worthy President – Tom McGrath Grand Worthy President – Carl Burnett Grand Worthy President-Elect – Ron Malz Grand Worthy Vice President – Dave Smith Grand Secretary – Chuck Cunningham Grand Treasurer – Jim West Grand Trustee – Brian Rogers Grand Trustee – Rick Powell Grand Trustee – Chuck Weber Grand Trustee – Peter Ackers* Grand Chaplain – Dave Wooster* Grand Conductor – John Boyd* Grand Inside Guard – Danny Jones* Grand Outside Guard – Bill Stotko* *New Position GWP Carl Burnett would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers for the Noldan family during this difficult time and looks forward to a great Eagles year in John’s honor. Related Articles Grand Trustee John Noldan Passes Away 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. Dallas Aerie #3108 Dedicates BBQ Competition to Fighting Human Trafficking For the past six years, Dallas Aerie #3108 has hosted their annual BBQ competition. However, last September, they decided that everyone’s love of BBQ should be leveraged to help a good cause. Due to fellow Eagles member Chad Frymire’s involvement with Dallas Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and his board position on the North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NTCAHT), Dallas #3108 decided that all funds raised during the BBQ would be donated to NTCAHT. Our Grand Presidents Wish You A Very Merry Christmas! Brothers and Sisters, We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday season. For the Fraternal Order of Eagles, this season truly exemplifies our commitment to charity and community service. During the holiday season, we send care packages to troops serving overseas through our Operation Eagle program, which is funded exclusively by our members. Across the United States and Canada, our 1,500+ locations organize holiday fundraisers, plan children’s parties and shopping sprees, and donate their time and money to help feed families in need. We always make it an organizational priority to give our best to those most in need each Winter. Currently, we’re on track for a successful membership year, however we must continue to work hard to recruit new members and meet our goal of Net Gain +2%. To help reach our mark, we’re asking everyone to “Give The Gift Of Membership” this holiday season by reaching out to someone you know who is contemplating membership with the F.O.E. and paying their first years dues. Woodland Aerie #3782 Hosts 2018 International Golf Tournament The 2018 International Golf Tournament has concluded and we want to thank everyone who took the time to participate in this year’s amazing event. On August 18-19, Woodland Aerie #3782 in Hastings, Mich., hosted the 2018 International Golf Tournament at The Legacy at Hastings Golf Course. Help Us Help Paradise Eagles #2960 Earlier this month, Paradise Eagles Aerie #2960 was lost due to the devastating Camp wildfire that ravaged Northern California. Members of the Paradise Eagles have lost homes and other possessions and are just beginning the process of picking up the pieces and starting a new. In recent weeks, Chico Eagles #218 has assisted by welcoming those without a home into their Aerie and providing them with meals each day and a safe place to lay their heads at night. Iowa Leadership welcome the Fraternal Order of Eagles Board of Trustees On Monday, August 15, the University of Iowa Foundation (UIF) welcomed the Fraternal Order of Eagles (FOE) Board of Directors to the University of Iowa for their annual visit to the FOEDRC. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.