DeMolay Legion of Honor

The DeMolay Legion of Honor was created in 1925 as the highest degree and honor conferred by the International Supreme Council. Membership in the Legion of Honor is bestowed in recognition of outstanding leadership in some field of endeavor, for service to God, country or humanity, or for success in fraternal life as evidenced in a spirit of cooperation and appreciation for the Order and its ideals.

The Active Legion of Honor is conferred upon Senior DeMolays who have reached the age of 25. Active members of the DeMolay Legion of Honor wear the red cordon and Legion of Honor jewel.

The Honorary Legion of Honor is conferred upon Master Masons, over 30 years of age. Honorary members of the DeMolay Legion of Honor wear the white cordon and Legion of Honor jewel.

No one may apply for the Legion of Honor, and a nominee must have no knowledge of his recommendation. Election to receive the Legion of Honor requires the unanimous vote of the Supreme Council at its annual session.

The name “Legion” means not so much numbers as selection – not so much quantity as quality. The “Honor” – one to which all may aspire but which few can attain – is not a reward for labor but recognition of leadership.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PRECEPTORY

Dad Dana Vrsalovich
Vice Dean
Dana Vrsalovich


Chaplain
Justin Daza-Richie

Dad Scott Shephard

Sergeant-at-Arms
Scott Shepard


Treasurer
Richard P. Harlan


Secretary
Ronald W. Alcorn III


Ritual Director
Lawrence M. Lebowsky