Masons of California

21st Century Club

Our Foundation, and the impact it makes, is not possible without our donors. The 21st Century Club is a prestigious distinction that recognizes the fraternity’s most generous donors: Those who have given $10,000 or more to our Masonic charities since the year 2000. These especially generous donors make a lasting impact, helping to advance the fraternity’s charitable causes and providing critical support and relief to those in need.




James P. Arnold
George E. and Bernice Bowser
Henry W. Coil
Richard F. and Beverly Davis
R. Stephen Doan
Donald and Dottie Griffiths
Tuoc K. and Minh-Chau Thi Pham
Leland and Gertrude Roberts
Elwin O. and Terry J. Studebaker Jr.

George M. Bliss
Jesse and Maxine Hill
Harry L. and Carolyn J. Maynard
Joseph D. Murdock
Mark and Beth Pressey
Michael and Kasey Thibodeaux
J. Ronald White



$50,000 – $99,999



$25,000 – $49,999

Franklin L. and Elizabeth Avery
Warren J. and Delores Blomseth
Thomas M. and Virginia Boles
James Mason Busch
Allan L. Casalou
Gary Charland
Russell E. and Linda Charvonia
Lawrence K. Dinsdale
John R. and Margo Heisner
Christopher Herwegh
Richard W. and Judi Hopper
Douglas D. Ismail
Victor A. and Mary Ann Key
Kenneth G. and Kathy Nagel
David R. Patterson
Walter and Nancy Ringwald
Art and Laura Salazar
Robert D. Schafer
William Hershey and Evelyn H. Shopp
Major Thomas A. Spencer, AUS Ret.
Ronald L. Stephens
Arthur and Barbara Weiss
David and Eleanor Williams



$10,000 – $24,999

Larry and Lynn Adamson
Thomas T. and Angela Albers
Richard G. and Alice Anderson
Marvin R. Andrews
Howard and Adele Avant
Durward and Caroline Ayre
Paul B. Bazerkanian
Walter M. and Flora I. Benson
John A. Bermudez
Brian and Stephanie Bezner
William J. and Linda Bray
William L. Bryan
John F. and Francene C. Burgess
Walter “Joe” and Mary Jane Campbell
James E. Carter
Garrett S. and JoMay Chan
Gregory B. Cherry
Antonio G. Cimarra
Donald V. Colucci
Richard S. and Jacqueline Comras
John L. and Heather Cooper
Michael and Normal Cornell
David and Kathy Coss
Daniel J. Dailey
Paul A. Dana
Nelson J. Diaz
Walter S. and Nora Ellen Dill
David R. and Teri Doan
Douglass M. Eberhardt
Donald F. Ellicott
Clifford F. Evans
Thomas E. and Janelle Fanslow
Robert C. and Donna Fink
B. Oren Fletcher
David A. Forsyth
Candler M. Gibson
J. Kern Hamilton
Thomas R. Handell
Richard and Lisa Hatchett
George W. and Catherine Helling
M. William and Jean Holsinger
Robert and Yvonne Houssels
Norman D. and Marie Hughes
Darrel E. and Mary Louise Hunter
Charles R. and Lynn Hutchinson
Dr. Robert and Dr. Louise Hutchinson
Charles S. Jacobs
David D. and Nora Johnson
Tom Kavishi
Richard A. and Pamela S. Kellogg
Max Kelly
Fares E. Khoury
James R. King
Robert D. Klute
Jerry G. Laiblin
Malle Lantz
Robert L. and Patrica A. Lehow
Edmond M. Lim
Frank Loui
John and Becky Lowe
M. David Mac Callum
Shay Maghame
Ara Maloyan
Jeff R. Mathews
Jack B. and Scottie McEnterfer
Mark J. McNee
Michael A. McReynolds
Kendall R. Mills
Richard J. Modolo
Elvan D. Moen
John M. and Elaine Morrison
Phil E. Mossey
Michael D. and Myra E. Neben
Mark A. Neilsen
Bruce and Shirley Pruitt
Ali Razi
John F. Riblett
David R. and Lois Z. Rodger
Thomas A. Schiffer
Joseph D. and Dorothy E. Seckelmann
James A. Segerstrom
Lawrence H. Shane
Virgil R. Shoemaker
Rodger D. Siems
Robert L. Sills
Fred and Marlene Sorsabal
Frederick M. and Martha Stevens
Edward J. Struiksma
David W. Studley
Richard S. Sutherland
Khalil H. Sweidy
Sebastien L. Taveau
Alex and Bethany Teodoro
Toby Vanderbeek
Lynn R. and Charmaine Wallingford
John L. Wasson
Robert and Sharon Watanabe
Carl F. Watson
Raymond S. Werner
C. Ray and Joyce Whitaker
Jeffery M. Wilkins
G. Michael and Betty Wilson
Glenn D. Woody
Richard O. Wright
Gary and Deann Yanes
Steven L. Yeffa
Jordan T. Yelinek
Jeffrey Ying

* Italics: Deceased

Tuoc Pham’s Masonic journey began in childhood, as he fled South Vietnam for respite with a Masonic family in San Diego. Now a 24-year Mason, past master, and Hiram Award recipient, Pham reflects upon Masonry’s influence in his life, and how he strives to give back.
From instituting the Grand Lodge of Hawaii to many more notable accomplishments, Past Grand Master Harry Lee Maynard’s devotion to the fraternity and philanthropy continues to inspire.