Albert Pike Consistory
Bradley D. Andrukitis, 32° KCCH
Venerable Master of Kadosh
Brother Brad Andrukitis is a lifetime resident of the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park with a degree in Economics. After a few years in banking, Brother Brad had the opportunity to become the accountant for the printer of the U.S. House of Representatives, which eventually became Andrukitis Printing where he is currently the Vice-President.
Brother Andrukitis is a Member of Centennial Lodge No. 174 in Upper Marlboro, MD where he was raised by the Grand Lodge of Maryland on June 2, 1999. He served as Master there in 2004 and is currently the Treasurer for the Lodge Holding Corporation. In 2005, he was appointed to the Grand Line of the Grand Lodge of Maryland since which time he has had the opportunity to serve as a Grand Lodge Officer, an Assistant Deputy Grand Lecturer, a Grand Inspector, and a Vice-President of the Board of Grand Inspectors.
Terrapin Lodge No. 241, which received its Charter from the Grand Lodge of Maryland in May of 2016, is the first academic lodge in the state of Maryland. Brother Andrukitis was appointed as the Charter Worshipful Master of Terrapin and still serves in that capacity.
As a York Rite Mason, Brother Brad is a Member of Mt. Vernon Royal Arch Chapter, No. 25, Harmony Council No. 20 R&SM, and Palestine Commandery No. 7 of Knights Templar where he served as Eminent Commander from 2014-2016. Other affiliations include the Southern Maryland Past Masters Association and the Chesapeake Bay Council Allied Masonic Degrees where he currently serves as a line officer in each. He also belongs to the Grand Council of Knight Masons.
Brother Brad received his Scottish Rite Degrees in DC at the Spring 2010 Reunion. He had the honor of being invested as a Knight Commander of the Court of Honour in 2013. He currently serves the Valley as a cast member of the 30th Degree, a member of the Strategic Planning Committee, Chairman of the DCSR Red Cap Mentoring Program, and the Director of the Valley Membership Achievement Project (VMAP).
Brother Andrukitis and his wife Christine reside in Gaithersburg, MD and have two grown sons.
|Prior||Maurice A. Scott, 32° KCCH|
|Preceptor||Richard L. Mendez, 32° KCCH|
|Chancellor||Dmitriy O. Minin, 32°|
|Minister of State||Edward J.M. Challita, 32° KCCH|
|Prelate||Reef S.G. Farah, 32°|
|Master of Ceremonies||Carpenter Y. Arpa IV, 32°|
|Captain of the Guard||Richard F. Drosin, 32°|
|Trustee||Ill. Donald C. Titus, 33°|
|Trustee-at-Large||Ill. Grant R. Berning, 33°|
|Ill. M. Russell Stogsdill, 33°||1982|
|Ill. Arnold L. Flottman, Jr., 33°||1995|
|Ill. Leonard Proden, 33°||1997|
|Ill. Craig R. Lasher, 33°||1998|
|Ill. Roy E. Revis, 33°||2000|
|Ill. Sheldon Arpad, 33°||2001|
|Ill. Kenneth J. Collins, 33°||2002|
|Ill. John R. Garrison, 33°||2003|
|Ill. Charles H. Potter II, 33°||2004|
|Ill. Paul M. Bessel, 33°||2005|
|Ill. Roy P. Beyer, 33°||2006|
|Ill. Roman Volsky, 33°||2007|
|Richard J. Bautista, 32° KCCH||2008|
|Ill. Philip J. Palmer, Sr., 33°||2009|
|Ill. George S. Nicol, 33°||2010|
|David B. Akopian, 32° KCCH||2011|
|Patrick N. C. Nnaji, 32° KCCH||2012|
|Ill. Walter R. Hoenes, 33°||2013|
|Bruce D. French, 32° KCCH||2014|
|Philip J. Palmer, Jr., 32° KCCH||2015|
|Basil N. Mossaidis, 32° KCCH||2016|