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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Lifetime Achievement Award to Terry Stewart
Congratulations Terry Stewart for receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award. This award was presented on March 19, 2016 in Springfield, MO during State Mid-Year Conference.

Forty one years ago, Terry Stewart joined Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge #1751 to make a difference and he has accomplished exactly that! Our faithful Brother has truly earned this honor by volunteering countless hours and fulfilling his pledge to our Lodge in many realms.

In addition to regular Lodge activities such as cooking, fund raising, family events, and co-sponsored activities with the Women of the Moose, Terry has represented Lodge #1751 in community events at local blood drives, district fair food booths, and by visiting members in hospitals/nursing homes. He is an avid supporter of the Tommy Moose program with all of our first response and emergency crews.

Terry is a Life Member of the Loyal Order of the Moose. He has held nearly every position in our local lodge, Moose Legion, and has served in many positions at state level, including Deputy Supreme Governor. He earned his membership in the 25 Club in 1984 and is now in the 150 Division. He received his Fellowship Degree in 1991 and the Pilgrim Degree of Merit in 2002.

As a veteran and a retired fireman, Brother Stewart has lived all his life in service. He continues to serve as a leader and mentor in our Order, a respected volunteer in our community, and is most deserving of the Moose Lifetime Achievement Award! Congratulations!!

*See picture in "Photos".
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