Sadly, the Brethren recorded hereunder
have passed to the Grand Lodge above.
Roy Dobson 10th April 1931 - 21st May 2020.
An extremely popular stalwart of Rotherham Freemasonry for 47 years Past Master of Sandbeck Lodge 7275 and Past Member of WRAO Lodge 9645.
He joined the Royal Arch in 1977 and became the MEZ of Phoenix Chapter 904 in 1995. When attaining Provincial Rank, he was appointed an Acting Officer in both Craft and Royal Arch.
A Past Master of Rother Mark Lodge 651 and Founder Member Round Table Lodge 1664. Past Commander of both Welcome RAM Lodge 651 and Carl Whitehead Lodge of RAM 110.
A Past Grand Junior Deacon in the Mark and Holder of RAM Grand Rank, Member of Thos. de Rotherham Chapter Rose Croix 1058.
Roy will be remembered with great fondness. In recent years he was Carer for his beloved wife Rosemary and having his own intermittent health problems.
Sadly, Rosemary died peacefully just 2 week after Roy, may they both rest in peace.
Tateshall Lodge No. 7645
W Bro. Roy Littlewood PPAGDC was born on the 24 March 1932, into the Littlewood Soft Drinks family and followed his father into that business. Later, after marrying Margaret, they ran a Country Club/Restaurant; Milford Hall, South Milford, Leeds for many years; well known to many Freemasons as the location of their annual Ladies night.
Roy was initiated into Tateshall Lodge on the 19th January, 1962 but became a joining member of The Saint Oswald Lodge 910, later moving on retirement to Scarborough returning to the area and Saint Oswald in 2004. He was also a Member of Saint Oswald Chapter. Roy was Master of the Lodge 1993 to 94 and remained an active Member as Chaplain until he was unable to do so owing to illness.
Roy was particularly supportive of new Brethren, always keen and willing to help, which made him highly regarded within Masonry, with many friends and he will be sadly missed.
He died peacefully at Connaught Court in York on the 7th May 2020.
Chevin Lodge No. 6848
W Bro. Peter Lomas passed to the Grand Lodge Above on 1st May 2020 peacefully at home.
Peter was a joining member of Chevin Lodge 6848, he was a well respected Brother and he will be sorely missed.