Robert de Bruce Council of Kadosh
Uzo E. Chukwu, 32° KCCH
Brother Chukwu was Raised as a Master Mason on July 31, 1999 at A.F. & A.M., Shiroro Lodge No. 1763, in Minna, Nigeria, under the Constitution of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. In 2006, he affiliated with East Gate Lodge No. 34, F. A. A.M., Grand Lodge of District of Columbia, and served as East Gate’s Worshipful Master in the year of 2009. He was exalted during a Multi-Jurisdictional Conference in Delaware in 2009, as a member of Mt. Pleasant Chapter No. 13, was installed and served as the Excellent High Priest from February 25, 2015. He received the degrees of Cryptic Masonry in 2010, was installed and served as the Illustrious Master from February 23, 2015. He was knighted a Knight Templar in Washington Commandery No. 1 on November 2, 2009, and served as the Eminent Commander for the year 2014.
He received the degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, on May 19, 2007 and was invested as a KCCH on September 12, 2015. He is active in numerous other Masonic organizations, and is proud to have also served as a presiding officer in many other initiatic organizations.
An engineer by vocation, Brother Chukwu is an Honored Life Member of Strathmore's Who's Who for Outstanding Professional/Career Achievements; Past President, National Capital Section, American Society for Engineering Management, a Past President, Central Virginia Chapter, International Council on Systems Engineers, and served as the Chairman, Tutorial Committee for the thirteenth International Symposium on Systems Engineering held in Washington, DC in 2003. He is a 1993 recipient of the US Army’s Commendation Medal and received the Department of Defense’s Civilian Long Service Award in 2009.
Brother Chukwu’s numerous research interests include conversion of municipal trash into electricity, endocrine inhibitors, solar energy and its multiple applications in human daily human life and finally, arcane sciences.
He loves soccer, writing poetry, painting with oil on canvas, listening to all genres of music, especially classical and jazz music. He and his family are active members of the Anglican Church, where he has served in many voluntary positions, ranging from the choir to being the Director of the School of Disciples.
|1st Lt. Commander||Robb C. Mitchell, 32° KCCH|
|2nd Lt. Commander||Victor E. Sack, 32° KCCH|
|Chancellor||W. Jack Campbell, Jr., 32°|
|Orator||Charles A. Phillips, 32° KCCH|
|Master of Ceremonies||Nicholas A. Robischon, 32°|
|Turcopolier||John P. Bowler, 32°|
|Lieutenant of the Guard||Sergio E. Aleman-Soto, 32°|
|Trustee||Ill. Mansour Hatefi, 33°|
|Ill. Frank G. Holtman, 33°||1982|
|Ill. William C. Miskovic, 33°||1984|
|Ill. Donald L. Mallorey, 33°||1990|
|Ill. Urban T. Peters, 33°||1992|
|Michael E. Greene, 32° KCCH||1994|
|Ill. Lawrence J. Chisholm, 33°||1997|
|Ill. Ralph F. Connolly, 33°||1998|
|Ill. Kerry P. Collins, 33°||1999|
|Ill. David W. Finn, 33°||2002|
|H. Austin Esfandiary, 32° KCCH||2003|
|Ill. Albert McNair Smith, 33°||2004|
|Ill. Royce A. Watson, 33°||2006|
|Ill. Walter F. Simon, 33°||2008|
|Ill. Armen Simonian, 33°||2009|
|Ill. Joel R. Kahn, 33°||2010|
|Ill. Burton S. Levy, 33°||2011|
|Ill. Solomon S. Jackson, 33°||2012|
|Ill. Carroll J. Collins, 33°||2013|
|Ill. Marcus A. Trelaine, 33°||2014|
|Eloi P. Kpamegan, 32° KCCH||2015|
|Ill. Bernard J. Michels, 33°||2016|