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A Vacant Chair – PGER Kenneth L. Moore — 4 Comments

  1. Always knew Mr. Moore to be a quiet and gentle person. Respected by all who knew him. Will miss visiting with him in San Antonio in July. He is resting in peace.

  2. On behalf of the Riverside Elks Lodge, #643, We offer our deepest sympathy. Ken Moore was a kind man and amazing Elk… We will all miss him greatly.

  3. A dear family friend a someone I am honored to have shared the Elks experience with.

  4. I once saw Niel Armstrong at a distance of about 100 ft.. When the mind is open, and all of your senses are awakened, anticipating such a singularity, the light of the sun and everything on which it falls, sings with exaltation and stays in ones memory, incandescent. When I attended Grand Lodge in Indiana, in 2014, as an ER of my Lodge, I anticipated seeing all of the Elks officers assembled in Indianapolis, having read The History of Elks several times, and devoted several years in all of the chairs and in memorization of our Ritual, I came back to the Mid-West with great expectation, to see the throng “fill the mountaintop”. When the Grands assembled in the ballroom and I recognized the faces of so many True and Loyal Elks, of which I’d read, and with whom the Order has achieved, so much, PGER Moore stood out, so tall and regal, he was unmistakeable. His memory will not fade. Where shall we find such Elks?