Youth LeadershipINTERNATIONAL DEMOLAY CONGRESS
B. Tyler Moyer
International Master Councilor
B. Tyler Moyer of Pennsylvania was installed as the 53rd International Master Councilor of DeMolay International on June 29th, 2019 at the 99th Annual Session in Kansas City, MO.
Tyler joined Pilgrim Chapter on August 13th, 2010. The brother of a Past State Master Councilor, there was no doubt that he would join DeMolay though the impact that membership would have on his life was entirely up to him. Tyler was installed as Master Councilor of Pilgrim Chapter in January 2013, which he credits as an opportunity that gave him many lessons on effective and servant leadership. That summer he took his first shot at being a leader within the state of Pennsylvania when he was appointed as the State 5th Preceptor. In 2016, he was elected by his brothers to serve as their State Junior Councilor, then as their Deputy State Master Councilor in 2017, and finally as their State Master Councilor from 2018-2019. He has earned his Representative DeMolay Award, Blue Honor Key, and Lamp of Knowledge. He has received the Degree of Chevalier. Tyler is a Master Mason of Steelton-Swatara Lodge #775, a member of the Valley of Harrisburg Scottish Rite, and Zembo Shriners.
Tyler is a Harrisburg native and graduated from Central Dauphin East Senior High School in 2019. He currently attends the Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems.
In Pennsylvania, his theme, “A Brotherhood Awakens,” was centered around awakening the brotherhood of DeMolay in every member. He looks forward to continuing in that mission this year while also helping to “Carry the Flame” of DeMolay forward.
Jared S. Replogle
International Congress Secretary
Jared Scott Replogle of Arizona was installed as International Congress Secretary of the International DeMolay Congress on June 29, 2019 at the 99th Annual Session in Kansas City, MO.
Jared’s DeMolay journey began in October of 2012 when he was inducted into Glendale Chapter. His joined with the encouragement of his friends Nicholas Peterson and Chase Gordon, a future International Master Councilor. Jared made many close bonds in his chapter who mentored and inspired him to become a better friend and leader. He served as chapter scribe for a year-long term before moving into the councilor line, during which time he completed his LCCs and earned his Representative DeMolay. He also had the opportunity to attend Pacific Coast DLC which helped shape his leadership style and grew his passion for DeMolay. In 2016, he was elected Master Councilor of Glendale Chapter.
Following his term, Jared was appointed State Junior Councilor of the Arizona DeMolay State Association. As he traveled across Arizona and befriended young men with very different life experiences, he began to realize how DeMolay has the power to connect young men from many different backgrounds. He was especially moved by the young men of Cochise Chapter, who he found so much in common with despite coming from two very different towns. In 2017, Jared was installed as State Master Councilor. Inspired by the close ties he observed the previous year, he created the Banner Program as a way to strengthen the bonds across the state by increasing chapter visitations. He also developed a strong membership plan that placed Arizona DeMolay #3 in new members for the year of 2017. Jared ran for International Congress Secretary in 2018. Although he was unsuccessful, he still wanted to be involved in Congress programs. He was appointed as chairman of the RUSH Committee and had supporting roles in the App, Squire/Knighthood and Path Forward Committees. After his term as State Master Councilor, Jared was appointed by his Executive Officer to serve as the representative for the Arizona Squires Program.
Jared graduated from Mountain Ridge High School in 2017. Currently, Jared is attending college at Paradise Valley Community in Phoenix. He plans to transfer to Arizona State University to pursue a degree in data analytics. Soon after being elected ICS, Jared was presented with the Distinguished Service Award at his state’s convention, which was given to him by Dawson Zoucha, the same person who he presented it to one year prior
Adult LeadershipINTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL
John W. Whitaker, GC
John Whitaker of Tennessee was installed as Grand Master of DeMolay International on June 29, 2019 at the 99th Annual Session in Kansas City, MO.
John Whitaker was initiated into Neale M. Rutland DeMolay Chapter in Nashville, Tennessee. Without any Masonic relatives, John joined DeMolay at the suggestion of his older brother, Pat, who was already a member of the chapter. He served as Master Councilor and State Master Councilor of the Tennessee State DeMolay Association (1973-1974). He earned his Representative DeMolay Award and was elected a Chevalier. Upon reaching his majority, John served as Chapter Advisor, Conclave Director, and District Governor. John has served as Executive Officer for DeMolay in Tennessee for 22 years. He has received three Eagle Awards as Executive Officer and was named Executive Officer of the Year. In recognition of his service, John has also received the Cross of Honor, Active Legion of Honor, Guild of the Leather Apron and the DeMolay Grand Cross (2016). As an Active Member of Supreme Council, John has served on the Youth Protection Committee, DeMolay International Board of Directors, and the DeMolay Foundation Board of Directors.
John is a member of Ionic Masonic Lodge #254 in Nashville, the Scottish Rite Valley of Nashville (KCCH), York Rite, Hendersonville #477 Order of the Eastern Star, Parthenon Court Order of the Amaranth, The Order of Quetzalcoatl and Al Menah Shrine. Because of his commitment to the Masonic Youth in Tennessee, John has also served on the Hendersonville # 3 International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Advisory Board and has received the Grand Cross of Color. In 2015, John assisted with the organization of the DeMolay Alumni Unit at Al Menah Shrine and was named Al Menah Shriner of the Year in 2016. In recognition of his dedicated service to Tennessee DeMolay, John received the York Rite Youth Medal.
A native Nashvillian, John graduated from Isaac Litton High School and Cumberland College. Professionally, John has been employed at Hermitage Lighting Gallery for over 40 years. He is currently Sales Manager with a concentration on customer development and management of the outside sales force. An active member of the Homebuilders Association for over 42 years, John has served on the Middle Tennessee and State Board Level. John is a Past President of the Associates Council (2002), President of the Nashville-Metro Chapter (2005-present) and Tennessee Associates Council Chair (2016-2017). He was named Middle Tennessee Associate of the Year (2002 &2012) and Tennessee Associate of the Year (2016).
DeMolay has always been a part of the Whitaker family. John married his DeMolay Chapter Sweetheart, Claudia and they planned their first state conclave together before their first anniversary. They have two children, Austin and Whitney. Austin is a Past International Master Councilor and is married to Rachel, a past Grand Worthy Advisor and Tennessee State Sweetheart. He is a pediatrician with Heritage Pediatrics and is currently serving as State Officer Advisor and 2019-2020 Congress Advisor.Twin grandchildren Anderson and Caroline have attended their second TN State DeMolay conclave. Whitney is a Past State Sweetheart, Past Grand Worthy Advisor and Past Acting Supreme Worthy Advisor. She works in the design center for Jones Company, a residential construction company and assists with the sweetheart program. Whitney recently married Bryan Mahan, a past state officer in Oklahoma.
Marc B. Bohn
Grand Senior Councilor
Marc Bohn of Georgia was installed as Grand Senior Councilor of DeMolay International on June 29, 2019 at the 99th Annual Session in Kansas City, MO.
Marc Bohn comes from a family with a long Masonic History tracing back to his Great Grandfather. His step-father, also a Mason, introduced Marc to DeMolay. In March of 1976, Marc joined Bill Brown Chapter but immediately transferred to Ridge Council Chapter which was a little more active at the time. By the end of his 1st year in DeMolay, he had 1st line signed 5 petitions and received his Blue Honor Key just before his 2nd anniversary in DeMolay. Marc received the PMC-MSA in May of 1978. Later that year he and his family moved to Atlanta, GA where he affiliated with Tucker Chapter in Tucker, GA.
Marc served as Chapter Dad of Panthersville Chapter, Director of Communications, and State Chapter Dad before coming to his current position as Executive Officer of Georgia in 2001. In recognition of his service, Marc has received the York Rite Youth Medal, The Cross of Honor, Active Legion of Honor, Guild of the Leather Apron and an Eagle Award. As an Active Member of the Supreme Council, Marc has served as the Region III Representative, Chairman of the Executive Officers Conference, a member of the Youth Protection Committee, and the DeMolay International Board of Directors.
Marc joined Gate City Lodge #2 in Atlanta, GA in 1989 and served as Master of that lodge in 1997. He is also a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Atlanta (KCCH) where he served as Commander of the Scottish Rite Guard, a member of the Executive Committee, and Venerable Master of Kadosh of the Consistory. He is a member of Yaarab Shrine and a founding member of the new DeMolay Unit.
Although most of his high school education was in western New York, Marc graduated from Parkview High School in Lilburn, GA. He received his bachelor’s degree from Georgia State University in Business Administration – Marketing. He has worked in the corporate world and as an entrepreneur and is currently self employed as an independent insurance agent in property and casualty insurance.
Family and family traditions are very important to Marc. He married Jane over 35 years ago. Jane is a Past Beloved Queen of Alogna Triangle in Angola, NY. While they didn’t meet through DeMolay, they started dating when they were 16 and most of their dates were DeMolay or Triangle related. Jane has been a registered nurse for over 35 years and currently works as part of the emergency room department at Emory University Hospital. Jane and Marc are very proud of their 3 children, Stephen, Nicholas, and Heather. Stephen (PMC, PIKC) is married to Chelsea and have one son, Jonahs. Nicholas (PMC, PIKC) has finished his bachelor’s degree in information technology from Georgia State and became a Master Mason at Philologia Lodge #178 in Conyers, GA. Heather (PWA – Jonesboro Assembly IORG) is currently employed at Office Depot and is figuring out this whole “adulting” thing.
Marc and Jane consider themselves exceedingly blessed and look forward to continuing their DeMolay journey together.
Vincent A. D'Aguanno
Grand Junior Councilor
Vince D’Aguanno of Michigan was installed as the Grand Junior Councilor of DeMolay International on June 29, 2019 at the 99th Annual Session in Kansas City, MO.
Vince was initiated into Dearborn Chapter in Dearborn, Michigan in May 1973. Vince comes from a non-masonic family and joined the Order of DeMolay at the request of a couple of friends from school. DeMolay quickly became an important factor in his life as he served as Master Councilor of his Chapter, was a District Officer and served on the State level for several years as a Jurisdictional Officer. He has earned his Representative DeMolay Award, two (2) Blue Honor Keys, a green Honor Key from Priory, served as Illustrious Knight Commander of Marquis de Lafayette Priory, a graduate of the Leadership Correspondence Course, he is a Chevalier, holder of the Cross of Honor and is a member of the Legion of Honor.
After reaching his majority, Vince served as a Chapter Advisor for his own Chapter and for Walt Disney Chapter. He has been an active advisor for 39 years. He has served Michigan DeMolay as the Director of Security for Conclave and Winterfest, Registrar, State Chapter Advisor, State Advisor for Training and Adult Recruitment, Deputy Executive Officer and is currently Executive Officer. Vince has been both of his Chapters outstanding advisor and is a holder of the Guild of the Leather Apron. Vince is the Past Commander of Marquis de Lafayette Court of Chevaliers, Past Dean of Metropolitan Preceptory, President of the DeMolay Foundation of Michigan, Inc., member of the Board of Directors of the Michigan Masonic Youth Foundation, member of the Michigan DeMolay Hall of Fame. As an Active Member of the Supreme Council, Vince has served on the Jurisprudence and Legislation Committee, Honors and Awards, Youth Protection; two years as Chairman.
Vince is a member or Olive Branch Lodge #542, Monroe Chapter #1, Royal Arch, Valley of Detroit, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Detroit Commandery #1, Moslem Temple, Shrine, Orient Chapter #77, Order of the Eastern Star. Because Vince is committed to serving Masonic Youth, he serves on the Advisory Board of Northville Assembly #29, International Order of Rainbow for Girls and has been honored with the Rainbow Grand Cross of Color.
Vince is a native Michiganian, not a Michigander, he graduated from Edsel B. Ford High School in Dearborn, Michigan. He graduated from Michigan State University with two Bachelors of Arts, one in Criminal Justice and another in Anthropology. Vince is a graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Professionally, Vince is an attorney for the Office of the Inspector General for the State of Michigan for the last 30 plus years. He is currently looking forward to retiring in the next year.
DeMolay has been a very big part of Vince’s life, he married his Chapter Sweetheart, Tammie and they will be celebrating their 39th anniversary January 3, 2020. Tammie is a past Worthy Advisor, Mother Advisor and continues to be very active in Rainbow. Tammie is a Social Worker and current Director of COPE. They have two children, Amberlyn (PWA, Dearborn Assembly) and Dominic (PMC, Dearborn Chapter). Amberlyn is a nurse, working with elderly and disabled patients. Dominic works for the State of Michigan as a consultant for the State Opioid Response Grant, Individual Placement and Support, overseeing four pilot programs to provide employment and support services to individuals 18-25 with opioid use disorders. Both Tammie and Vince are very proud that their children continue in fields of service to others.
Gregory A. Chiles, PGM, GC
Gregory A. Chiles of Indiana was installed as Grand Treasurer of DeMolay International on June 29, 2019 at the 99th Annual Session in Kansas City, MO.
Dad Chiles received the degrees of DeMolay in December 1972 in Beech Grove Chapter. He served as Master Councilor in 1976 while a Senior at Warren Central High School. His DeMolay Honors include Blue Honor Key, Representative DeMolay, Chevalier, Legion of Honor and Cross of Honor. He served Indiana DeMolay as State Master Councilor in 1978-1979. Dad Chiles was appointed as Executive Officer for Indiana in November, 2003 and was elected an Active Member of the Supreme Council at the 85th Anniversary in 2004. Dad Chiles retired as Executive Officer in June, 2018. Prior to assuming the role of Executive Officer, Dad Chiles served as Conclave Director for Indiana DeMolay for 10 years. He has served two consecutive terms on the Board of Directors of DeMolay International as the Region IV Representative and was Chairman of the Executive Officers Conference in 2009. He was elected Grand Master on June 23, 2012. Dad Chiles served as Chairman of the Budget & Finance Committee for the past 5 years. He was elected Grand Treasurer on June 29, 2019.
Dad Chiles is a Charter Member of Frank S. Land Lodge in Indianapolis where he served as Worshipful Master in 1988 and 1998. He is a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis, where he served as Most Wise Master from 2006-2008. In August 2006 Dad Chiles received his 33rd Degree in Chicago. He is a member of the York Rite Bodies of Noblesville and a member of the Murat Shrine Indianapolis. He is a Past Patron of Cicero Chapter, OES.
A graduate from Butler University, Dad Chiles has a degree in Business Management and is an avid Bulldog Basketball fan. In 1990, Dad Chiles passed his CPA exam. He has been the Business Manager for St. Simon the Apostle Catholic Church May, 2003.
Greg and his wife Dawn live in Carmel and have one grown daughter, Allison. When not at work or a DeMolay event, Dad Chiles enjoys jogging and officiating basketball and softball games. A licensed Indiana High School official, Dad Chiles works school games, as well as, travel ball.
Greg Kimberling was initiated into E-Dah-Ho Chapter, Moscow, Idaho in 1971. His family has three generations of Membership in the chapter dating back to 1939. He served as Master Councilor in 1974 and Idaho State Master Councilor in 1977.
He has served in various chapter, district and state positions. He served as Executive Officer of Idaho on three different occasions from 1991 to 2012. He served as Regional Representative for Region 8 and elected Grand Junior Councilor in 2001. He was elected the 73rd Grand Master of DeMolay serving in 2004-2005. Greg has served as Chairman of the Nominating Committee, Budget and Finance Committee, Insurance Committee, Chairman of the Executive Officer’s Conference and currently serves as Chairman of International Relations.
He is a Chevalier, Legion of Honor and has received a number of Eagle Awards including Executive Officer of the Year and Member of the Year. He is an Honorary Member of both the Supreme Council of Brasil and the Philippines.
Greg is Past Master of Paradise Lodge #17, AF & AM in Moscow. He belongs to a number of Masonic organizations including Scottish Rite, York Rite, Shrine and Eastern Star.
He is the owner of Greg Kimberling Insurance whose prinicipal office is in Moscow, Idaho. He has been a member of the Farmers Insurance President’s Council now for 11 consecutive years and recently was named a Tyler & Leavey Award Winner as one of the top 6 Farmers agencies in the United States out of 13,500.
Greg has served on a number of boards and community organizations over the years. He is the former Mayor of Wallace, Idaho and received the Governor’s Award for outstanding service from Hall of Fame Member Cecil Andrus in 1992. He recently stepped down as the Board Chair of Gritman Medical Center after 16 years and has been announced as the Idaho Hospital Asssociation Trustee of the Year Award for 2019. He served as National President of the University of Idaho Vandal Booster organization.
Board of Directors
The following slate of officers and directors were unanimously elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the 2017-2018 term:
** Denotes non-voting employee that has a direct report to the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors consists of the following: one Class 1 member as a representative from each of the DeMolay regions; and the Grand Master, Grand Senior Councilor, Grand Junior Councilor, Grand Secretary, Grand Treasurer, a representative selected from the Executive Officers’ Conference, and two Class 6 members of DeMolay International. The Chairman of the Jurisprudence and Legislation Committee, the Chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee and the General Counsel shall be members without a vote.
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