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Past Faithful Navigators

Past Faithful Navigators

YearName
2020 - 2021SK A. Piche
2017 - 2020SK R. Frehlich
2016 - 2017SK C. Stinn
2014 - 2016SK S. Reagan
2012 - 2014SK A. De Sa
2010 - 2012SK R Meneses
2008 - 2010SK L. Keller
2007 - 2008SK G. Lajeunesse
2006 - 2007SK M Lucyshyn
2005 - 2006SK F. Karain
2004 - 2005SK R. Dobmeier
2003 - 2004SK G. Belec
2002 - 2003SK Dr. R. Devon
2001 - 2002SK A. Wilson
2000 - 2001SK C. Lucyshyn
2000 - 2000SK J. Slonowski
1999 - 2000SK T. Miazga
1998 - 1999SK P. Dunn
1997 - 1998SK D. Scherr
1996 - 1997SK J. Lozinsky
1995 - 1996SK J. Denis
1994 - 1995SK J. Chrusch
1993 - 1994SK S. Reiter
1992 - 1993SK E. Miazga
1991 - 1992SK H. Syroishka
1990 - 1991SK G. Schmid
1989 - 1990SK L. V. F. Hounjet
1988 - 1989SK J. F. Kitz
1987 - 1988SK F. J. De Both
1986 - 1987SK I. S. Besenski
1985 - 1986SK V. P. Sane
1984 - 1985SK S. G. Harasymuk
1983 - 1984SK O. N. Romanko
1982 - 1983SK B. J. Sikorski
1981 - 1982SK F. Huchkowsky
1980 - 1981SK B. W. Jones
1979 - 1980SK J. H. Brockmeyer
1978 - 1979SK S. J. Lucyshyn
1977 - 1978SK P. Zultok
1975 - 1977SK O. J. Zabinsky
1975 - 1975SK M. J. Mantyka
1974 - 1975SK O. H. Hawes
1973 - 1974SK H. J. Lehman
1972 - 1973SK N. J. Burdego
1971 - 1972SK C. A. Reid
1970 - 1971SK E. A. Matlock
1969 - 1970SK C. A. Morin
1967 - 1969SK F. L. Arsenault
1965 - 1967SK H. J. Rollo
1964 - 1965SK F. E. McGrath
1963 - 1964SK L. R. Mitchener
1962 - 1963SK C. F. Boskill
1961 - 1962SK R. C. Steele
1960 - 1961SK A. V. Svoboda
1959 - 1960SK T. Crook
1958 - 1959SK J. A. Wook
1957 - 1958SK B. E. Dean
1956 - 1957SK M. J. Hertz
1955 - 1956SK M. McNeil
1954 - 1955SK J. Crook
1953 - 1954SK E. D. Feehan
1951 - 1953SK D. Mahoney
1950 - 1951SK B. W. Hargarten
1948 - 1950SK T. H. Fleming
1947 - 1948SK D. Mahoney
1945 - 1947SK J. J. Leddy
Past Faithful Navigators of D'Arcy McGee Assembly 1065

More History

The Knights of Columbus was founded on March 29, 1882 in New Haven, Connecticut to provide mutual aid and assistance to its members and their families, originally chartered by the State of Connecticut as the Knights of Columbus of New Haven. In 1889 a legislative amendment to the charter authorized the present name: “Knights of Columbus”. The organization founded by Father McGivney now has 1,000,000 members in councils in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Philippines, Panama, Puerto Rico, Guam, and Guatemala.

Originally the order had only three degrees exemplifying the Principles of Charity, Unity and Fraternity.

Complying with the wishes of the membership, the Board of Directors approved the Fourth Degree and the first exemplification was held in New York City on February 22, 1890.

Purpose

The primary purpose of the Fourth Degree is to foster the spirit of Patriotism. To do this the Fourth Degree is designed to strengthen love of Country and encourage responsible citizenship.

Color Guards

Public appearances of Fourth Degree Knights as honor guards at civic and religious functions is an important activity of each assembly. The colorful capes and plumed headgear add dignity and a pride of Church and Country to any event. By these public demonstrations, their loyalties bring credit to themselves and to the Knights of Columbus.

D’Arcy McGee Assembly, District of Saskatchewan, Simon Fraser Province, was instituted on the Thirtieth day of June, 1945. To this day the Assembly adheres to the primary purpose of the fourth degree. Regular meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month except July and August at which time the Executive keeps in touch with the membership.

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