Eduardo A. Retiz Licona | A short Masonic biography

Sunday 19 February 2012

Eduardo A. Retiz Licona | A short Masonic biography

Eduardo A. Retiz Licona was born in Mexico City in 1955, studied at the UNAM and become a professor. He is married and has two daughters. Eduardo Retiz is the author of a book entitled "Masonic Leadership" and was initiated in 1987 in Simon Bolivar #12 Lodge within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge Valle de Mexico, being Worshipful Master for three terms (1990, 1992, 2000).

In 1991 became President of Adhesion of the Organizing Committee of the XV General Assembly of the Inter-American Masonic Confederation. From 1993 to 1996 he is elected member of the Grand Commission of Celebrations of the Grand Lodge, and from 1999 to 2002 served as Chairman of the Grand Election Commission. His Masonic life continues by occupying the seat of Senior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge (2005, 2008) and Grand Master during 2008-2011.

In 1988 became a member of the Supreme Council of Mexico and was crowned Grand Inspector General in 1998. In 2008 he joins Shriner and founds Valle de Mexico Shriners Club. He attends the first World Conference Regular Grand Lodges, organized by the Grand Lodge Valle de Mexico in 1995. He speaks at the Washington IX World Conference on issues of regularity and also at the World Conference in Cartagena de Indias where he delivers a speech on the "World Unity and Power of Freemasonry through Masonic Culture."

Retiz Licona participated in numerous top Masonic events in the Western Hemisphere, including the World Conference, Inter-American Confederation and COMACA.

Brother Eduardo Retiz is founder of the Progressive Social Movement of the Republic (a paramasonic organization) in 1996. He received numerous Masonic honors from Parana, Espitiro Santo, Santa Catarina (Brazil), Peru, Argentina, Panama, Tamaulipas (Mexico), Italy, Haiti, Bolivia and Costa Rica.

Taken from Jurnal Masonic

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