Dies the oldest Freemason in the world

Saturday 16 April 2011

Dies the oldest Freemason in the world

Brethren Walter Breuning 33° died at the age of 114 years in a hospital of Montana. Our Brethren, born on September 21st, 1896, was one of the directors of the Order of Shriners, until the age of 99 years. Walter Breuning (with 85 years of Masonic life) was initiated into Freemasonry in 1925 and was a member of Scottish Rite for 73 years. He was founding member of several Masonic Lodges, Worshipful Master and Secretary for 25 consecutive years. He was crowned Sovereign Grand Inspector General (33°) on January 11th, 1958.

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