Guthrie Scottish Rite Foundation Exec Secretary to Speak at SWOSU
"The New American Freemason: Generations Together in Private Conclaves of Manhood" is a program by Bob Davis that will be presented at Southwestern Oklahoma State University on Monday, March 26, at 7 p.m. on the Weatherford campus.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend the free program in the Fine Arts Center. A reception will follow.
Davis’ talk is being sponsored by Theta Alpha Omega fraternity at SWOSU. Joshua Buxton of TAO said the chapter has had a great tradition of inviting Masonic speakers to the SWOSU campus for enlightenment and education to Masons and university students.
Educated as an economist, Davis’ occupation was in city planning and city management. He currently serves as the administrator and the executive secretary at Guthrie Scottish Rite Foundation in Oklahoma. He also owns a professional writing company.
Davis is very well known in the apartments of the temple especially for his enlightening research and lectures. He is involved in various Masonic appendant bodies and was recently elected Junior Grand Warden of the Grand Council of Allied Masonic Degrees of the United States of America. Brother Davis is the author of the book “Understanding Manhood in America: Freemasonry’s Enduring Path to the Mature Masculine.”
Theta Alpha Omega is a social fraternity based on the ideals of brotherhood and charity. TAO formed in 2009 and has sponsored a freshmen scholarship, participated with local charity events like adopting the Stafford Park to clean twice a month, donated food to the local pantry, assisted with the VA Hospital bingo nights in Clinton and many more.
Any SWOSU student interested in joining the brothers of Theta Alpha Omega should contact Justin Simpson at 580.71.1228 or Mike Black at 580.19.0374.