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10 comments on “Vaughan Werner”

  1. Unable to attend the service this death caused me much grief.
    Having finally brought myself to view the service for my great friend I am glad to have the video recording of his lecture on Integrity (recorded just days before his untimely demise).
    This will form a lasting legacy for Vaughan when completed and will hopefully provide a guide for many students to adopt into the future.
    The video was to be set up as a memorial to the brutally murdered Master of Talbot Lodge but will now also be a memorial to Past Grand Master Vaughan Ellsworth Werner!
    The court cases for the culprits are just about complete so the video can proceed.
    Bev and family can be assured that Vaughan will be remembered as a great man who lived an example of the values of Freemasonry.

  2. To the Werner Family & Friends,

    What a fantastic ceremony befitting to such a wonderful Individual and Masonic Brother.

    RIP Brother you will be sadly missed.

  3. To the Werner Family and friends.

    Wbro George Entwistle VA.
    Vaughan was my Law Instructor at the Police Depot in St Kilda Road in 1971. I later joined The Unaminity Lodge.

    I was most fortunate to have Vaughan Invest me in the Chair of King Soliman in Gippsland Lodge 51.

    It was also my honour to stand beside Vaughan and obligate my Son Andrew into the Chair of King Soliman at the Kerang Lodge.

    My sincere condolences to the family and hope that Vaughan will have Eternal Peace. So Mote it be.

  4. From Hermann K Kleiner, PM of the DVL, PDGDC, my partner Sister Joanne Dickson and myself lost a great brother and friend. Our last meet was on the 100-year celebration this year. May you rest in peace.

  5. Thank you for sharing the video, as I am unable to attend. Sincere condolences to Bev and all the family. It is indeed an honour to be his Grand Sword Bearer as part of his GL Ceremonial Team 2011-2012. RIP My Most Worshipful GM..

  6. An honour to have been a part of Vaughan’s Grand Lodge Ceremonial Team 2011-2012 with many fond memories, our condolences to Bev and family.

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