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The Grand Lodge Office

2150 Masonic Way, Forest Grove, OR 97116  (click for Google Map)

Local: (503) 357-3158
Fax: (503) 357-1815
Toll-Free: (800) 970-9920

Office hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday-Thursday. 8:00 am to 2 pm on Friday.

Closed on major holidays.

Please call ahead to schedule an appointment for in-office visits.

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Located 28 miles west of Portland in Forest Grove, the Grand Lodge is used for the offices of the Grand Master, Grand Secretary and staff to serve the 106 constituent Masonic Lodges in the State of Oregon. It is also a friendly port for Sojourners from throughout the nearly 3 million member world-wide fraternity. The office also houses the Grand Lodge Library and Museum, both of which are open to the public during office hours.

The Grand Lodge office is adjacent to two additional properties which house the Jennings McCall Continuing Retirement Community (owned and operated by the Grand Lodge of Oregon and the Order of the Eastern Star) and the original Masonic home now being occupied and operated by McMenamins Inc., as a popular neighborhood gathering spot and hotel.



Jim Morgan, P.G.M.: Grand Secretary


  • Masonic questions, Lodge procedures, Ritual or other related subjects are directed to the Grand Secretary
  • Secretary Seminar
  • Appointments to study the full Ritual
  • Membership completion letters for transfers and dual memberships (In-state)
  • Out-of-state membership transfers/dual memberships, certificates of standing, withdrawals, demits, courtesy work, waivers of jurisdiction
  • Grand Master dispensations
  • Welfare investigation requests
  • Lodge of Excellence Achievement Award (LEAA)
  • Grand Master’s Blue Lodge Proficiency Award (BLPA)

Courtney Chun: Administrative Assistant/MMSAP Coordinator


  • Front desk coverage and receptionist
  • Change of addresses
  • Supply orders
  • Past Master certificates
  • Hiram awards
  • Life memberships
  • Lewis Jewel applications
  • Dues card reprints/replacements
  • State of Oregon Masonic Model Student Assistance Program Coordinator

Tiffany Tullius: Senior Project/Program Manager


  • Payroll
  • Accounts payables/deposits
  • Accounts receivable
  • Report building
  • Annual Communication prep
  • Life Membership record-keeping
  • Annual billing
  • IT & website support when needed
  • Database technical support
  • CAP program tracking and processing
  • Lodge Restoration and Repair application processing

Molly Todd: Financial Controller


  • Oversees the preparation of financial reports, such as balance sheets and income statements for the Grand Lodge and Masonic and Eastern Star Home.

Tammy Vanderzanden: Executive Assistant/MasonicAid Subsidy Director


  • Donation correspondence
  • Annual Communication prep
  • Research Requests regarding history of Masons or Home Members
  • MasonicAid Subsidy Director
  • Life Care/MESHCare Liaison
  • Educational Assistance
  • Amendments to Lodge By-Laws

Danielle Christopherson: MasonicAid Director


  • Administer MasonicAid program
  • Coordinate resources and support services to members in need
  • Initial evaluation and assessment to determine psycho-social, financial, and care needs
  • Conduct annual assessments, home visits and service plans
  • Offer the following when appropriate: information and referral, care management services, advocacy and financial assistance
  • Manage MasonicAid resource database
  • Giving Tree program

Heidi Burch: Administrative Assistant/Clerical Support


  • Maintain membership records (In-state)
  • Change of addresses, monthly reports, petitions received (Form 108’s)
  • Membership completion letters for transfers and dual memberships (In-state)
  • Roster printouts
  • Quarterly reports
  • Open and distribute mail
  • Supply orders
  • Front desk coverage and receptionist
  • Traveling certificates
  • Proficiency card printing
  • Membership longevity awards (50, 60, 65, 70 & 75 years)
  • Sojourner lists

Marissa Douglas: Marketing Manager


  • Communication and marketing strategy and initiatives
  • Social media management
  • Program development and support
  • Web development, management and support

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