Most Worshipful Brother
Clarence Elmer Walker, PGM
Grand Lodge of
Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.;
Grand Master 1972 – 1973

Clarence Elmer Walker, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island was born on the 5th of December, 1910 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

He was educated at West Kent School, Charlottetown and attended the Pictou Academy, in Pictou, Nova Scotia and also furthered his education at the Charlottetown Business College. Upon completing his education, he farmed until the outbreak of the Second World War.

In March of 1932, he and the former Hildred Ethel Munn of Mermaid, P.E.I. were married. They have one son, James and four grandchildren. James is a member of St. Johns Lodge No. 1.

M.W. Bro. Walker enlisted in the 2nd Medium Battery, NPAM, in 1926 and was in active service in W.W. II from September 1939 until August, 1945. From January 1940 to June 1945 he served with the 1st Medium Regiment, R.C.A. overseas.

The M.W. Sir was raised in St. Johns Lodge No. 1 in May, 1947 in Charlottetown, and became Master in 1955. He belongs to Alexander Chapter No. 11, R.A.M., Prince Edward Preceptory No. 35, Garden of the Gulf Council No. 9, Crystal Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, Philae Temple and P.E.I. Shrine Club.

He is a lifetime member of Zions Presbyterian Church, Past President of Alpha Ys Men’s Club, Past District Governor Ys Men’s Club, member of the Caledonia Club and Royal Canadian Legion.

In his spare time, he enjoys gardening, minor hockey and minor baseball.

He has been employed with the Canadian Pension Commission since December of 1945.

Presently, he is Administrative Officer, National Vice President of the Department of Veterans Affairs Component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, and a member of the Public Service Alliance of Canada of the Canadian Labour Congress.

From the Proceedings of the 97th Annual Communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island A.F. & A. M. (1972).