Lynn J. Brady, Eureka, Juab County, has been elected most worshipful grand master for 1989 of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Utah.
Brady, retired from the Utah Department of Transportation, was installed Tuesday evening. He replaced James A. McIntire, Centerville.The grand lodge is the umbrella organization for various Masonic-affiliated groups, including the El Kalah Shrine, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, York Rite of Utah, Order of Eastern Star, DeMolay and Job's Daughters.
Through the Masonic Foundation of Utah, the 3,751 Masons in the state contribute more than $100,000 per year to community organizations ranging from KUED-TV to a home for battered women.
Other new officers include: A.T. Hereim, Salt Lake City, right worshipful deputy grand master; J.C. McLaughlin, Brigham City, R.W. senior grand warden; James D. Wadley, Sandy, R.W. junior grand warden; Richard E. Leader, Salt Lake City, R.W. grand treasurer; Robert D. Braman, Salt Lake City, R.W. grand secretary; James L. Murphy, Clearfield, W. grand chaplain; John L. Elwell, Hooper, W. grand orator; Lloyd W. Stimpson, Salt Lake City, W. grand lecturer; Larry A. Fairclough, Salt Lake City, W. grand marshal; W. Kenneth Ware, Salt Lake City, W. grand persuivant; G. Orson Hess, North Salt Lake, W. grand standard bearer; Bruce R. Betts, Salt Lake City, W. grand sword bearer; George H. Gordon, Salt Lake City, W. senior grand deacon; David H. Nelson, Sandy, W. junior grand deacon; Raymond E. Roderick, Roy, W. senior grand steward; John R. Pendleton, Salt Lake City, W. junior grand steward; William C. Duncan, West Valley, W. grand historian; and Rudolph Harry Goetz, Richfield, W. grand tyler.