Welcome to the official site of Victory Lodge #649 F. & A.M. Est. 1919 and located in Akron, Ohio. Our stated meeting is the Second Tuesday of the Month @ 7:30 PM.
The doors open at 8:00 AM
$5 Dollar Donation for Adults, 3$ for Kids
Includes Eggs, Pancakes, Ham, Toast, Coffee, Milk and JuiceCheck out the Ohio Special Olympics!
This year’s Awards Ceremony has been scheduled for Saturday, September 23, 2018, at 3:00 pm. As in the past, it is open to all masons and their families. This is a great way to bring your friends and family in and show them what the lodge is all about and see various awards presented to our masons.Directions
Worshipful Master: Brian D. Varner
Senior Warden: Glenn Hartong
Junior Warden: Richard Berg, Jr
Treasurer: Thomas Heatherly
Secretary: Joshua Grove, PM
Chaplin: Donald Lawrence, PM
Senior Deacon: Dennis Boltenhosue, Jr.
Junior Deacon : Jason Halverson
Senior Steward: Ingram Myers, III
Junior Steward: Irvin Flaitz, III
Tyler: Frank Politz, PM
L.E.O. Tracy Pratt
Most Worshipful Grand Master Matthew Smith signed the Dispensation on Jun 9, 1919. A lodge of Master Masons was opened on June 23, 1919 in due form. Receipt of the Dispensation was announced, the Uniform Code of by-laws was adopted, and other business was conducted.
The first Master Masons raised in Victory Lodge were Henry G. Morris and Ivan Earl Britton. The date was August 19, 1919. The Grand Lodge of Ohio, sitting at Toledo, granted a Charter to Victory Lodge No. 649, on October 16, 1919.More information
Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most widely recognized fraternal organization in the world. Founded in London, England in 1717 where Ohio has one of the largest Masonic memberships of any state in the country. Freemasonry provides opportunities for sincere, honest, forthright men who believe in God and desire to contribute to the improvement of their communities and themselves.
The traditions of Freemasonry are founded upon the building of King Solomon’s Temple, and its fraternal ceremonies use the working tools of the stonemasons to symbolize moral lessons and truths. For example, Masons are reminded at Lodge to “meet upon the level of equality, act by the plumb of uprightness, and part upon the square of virtue.”