Monday, April 27, 2009

RWBro Tony Ligaya - JGW Hawaii Grand Lodge

Congratulations to RWBro Antonio "Tony" M. Ligaya on his election and installation as the Junior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of The State of Hawaii last weekend.

RWBro Tony hails from Pilar Lodge No 15, MWGLP. He is a PM and the Secretary of Hawaiian Lodge.

Fraternal regards,

Chibu Uson
Fil-Can Cabletow Lodge UD
Capitol Lodge No 136,
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Mother Lodge: Capitol City Lodge No 174,
Quezon City, Philippines


Bro. Chibu Uson,

Please extend my warmest congratulations in the election of RWB Tony Ligaya as the new Junior Grand Warden of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Hawaii.

He is also a Past Master of Yokosuka Lodge No. 20, MW GL of Japan during the masonic year of 1993.

Sincerely and fraternally,

Bro Arnel A. Paynita, PM
Silver Gate/Three Stars Lodge No. 296
Claude H Morisson Lodge No.747
(San Diego, CA)

"Failure? I never encountered it. All I ever met were temporary setbacks."


RWB Tony,

Congrats on your installation as GJW of the MWGL of Hawaii. Your travels inspire many of us to follow your Masonic footsteps. It's been a while. Howgozit?

Best regards to Fe and the rest of the family and the brethren in Hawaii.


Bro Carlos "Caloy" D. Buzon, II
Bagong Buhay 17, GLP
Coronado 441, GLC
Coronado, CA



Aloha! Congratulations bro!

Brod. Jun Peregrin
Pagkakaisa Lodge No. 282
Alberta, Canada


RW Tony Sir,

From the Officers & brethren of Yokosuka Lodge #20, Fraternal Greetings & Congratulations to all the Elected Grand Lodge Officers of Hawaii.


Mike D. Carreon, PM
JGS / Under the MWGLoJ
Sagamihara #13 GL Insp.
Secretary YL#20

1 comment:

FilMasons NSW said...

Congratulations to RWBro Tony Ligaya on his election and installation as Junior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge of the State of Hawaii.

I first met Bro Tony in Parklea, Australia on his many visits here in Sydney. He have a sister here and at the time he was still in the US Navy stationed in Japan.

It was indeed a small world for he knew one of my brothers-in-law, who also recently at the time; retired from the US Navy and settled here in Sydney.

I can not forget the scene of Bro Tony wearing his Masonic baseball hat and square & compass ring; walking in Paddy's Market. I quipped to him "What a nice hat?" and he knew instantly I was his brother.

Congratulations again RWBro Tony on this important milestone in your Masonic life.


Bro Mario Baylon Jr