MW Bro Kevin B. Crozier, Grand Master


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Grand Master’s Address

My theme for this year is mentorship. I am a strong believer inmentorship as I was mentored in my Lodge and in other bodies bysome great leaders and mentors in Freemasonry here on P.E.I. My mentorship has not come to an end simply because I am Grand Master, rather I strive to mentor others and pass on some of the knowledge that was given to me. I would like to see Lodges really address the topic of mentorship. I realize not all Lodges use the Mentor program which is available and a wonderful tool to be used with new Masons. Those that do use it can attest to its strengths.

However, I would like to see all Lodges and all Brethren participating in mentorship. What I mean by this is you’ll often hear people saying that you only get out of Freemasonry what you put into it. Well, if our newer members are not getting any direction after they become Master Masons then we as a Fraternity are not going to get strong members for the future if we are not wiling to develop and mentor them.

Get them involved right away, by exposing them to what happens outside of regular monthly meetings, put them on lodge committees so they can see how they operate, encourage them to go to Grand Lodge Visitations, Masonic Memorial Services, Ladies Nights, Charitable functions and call on them at least once in their first year to deliver an educational talk at a regular meeting but be certain to provide guidance when necessary.

Then, when they are ready, encourage them to get involved in some of the concordant bodies to expand their Freemasonic learning and understanding.

I may be Grand Master but I always remember that we all meet on level. Please help me and all Brethren when you can. We’re all in this



MW Bro Kevin B. Crozier, Grand Master

Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.

Grand Master 2017 -2018

Kevin was born on May 7, 1972 to parents Roy and the late Beatrice (Bea, nee Ferguson) in Summerside, PE. On December 31, 2009, he married his wife Dr. N. Elizabeth (Beth) Barbrick-Crozier and they welcomed their daughter, Kennedy Elizabeth Anne, on June 17, 2012, Father’s Day.

Kevin was most recently employed with the Canada Revenue Agency, but has been a stay at home Dad since the arrival of his daughter.

Kevin joined Hiram & Lebanon Lodge No. 3 in Summerside on February 10, 2004. The following year, he joined both the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR) and the Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine (Shriners). Along with several other offices, Kevin is a past President of the Red Oak Shrine Club, has served as Most Wise Sovereign in AASR and has served a Worshipful Master of his Lodge (Hiram & Lebanon No. 3).

He was installed as Grand Master at the 142nd Annual Grand Lodge of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Prince Edward Island on June 10th, 2017.

He is looking forward to a wonderful year as Grand Master of Masons of PEI which will include a trip to London, England to take part in the celebrations of the 300th Anniversary (Tercentenary) of the formation of the United Grand lodge of England.