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Grand Knight (also Council Director)

The grand knight is responsible for the welfare of the council. He presides over council meetings, acts as ex-officio member at all committees, appoints a membership and programming director, convenes officers for a monthly meeting, and ensures all necessary reports are submitted to the state and Supreme Council. He should also be aware of council�s financial status and ensure that his signature appears on all checks drawn.

Jim Wildes 973-5982
Deputy Grand Knight

The deputy grand knight is second in command. He assists the grand knight with council affairs and fulfills all duties assigned to him by the grand knight. Should the grand knight be absent from a council meeting, the deputy grand knight will preside. He is chairman of the council�s retention committee.

Dalton Bryan 808-1481
Chancellor

The chancellor has a variety of responsibilities. Primarily, he assists the grand knight and the deputy grand knight in the execution of their duties and oversees the council in both their absences. He is charged with strengthening the members� interest in council activities. The chancellor is chairman of the admission committee.

  Richard Ary 343-3215
Recorder (also Program Director)

The recorder is similar to a court reporter or a secretary. He is responsible for maintaining a true record of all actions of the council and it�s correspondence.

  William Ross 386-2904
Treasurer

The treasurer is responsible for the safekeeping and maintaining records of all council funds and accounts. He is responsible for depositing money into the council�s accounts and provides a certificate of such monies to the grand knight. He is also responsible for payment of all expenses.

Damon Hubbs

 

831-2800

 

Advocate

The advocate is the legal representative of the council and serves as the council�s attorney at trials and investigations of any interest to the council. While he does not need to be a member of the legal profession, he should be familiar with the council by-laws, the Order�s Charter, Constitution and laws (#30), Methods of Conducting a Council Meeting (#1937) and Robert�s Rules of Order.

  Robert Taylor

 

312-1013
Warden (also Culture of Life Chair)

The warden is the �watchdog� for council property and degree paraphernalia, except the property of the financial secretary, treasurer and recorder. He is also responsible for setting up the council chambers for meetings and ceremonial work. During ceremonial exemplifications, he will appoint and supervise guards.

  John Ott

 

386-2904
Inside Guard

The guards have similar responsibilities, but distinct differences. The outside guard tends to the outer door admitting visitors and members to the inner door Once at the inner door, the inside guard checks to make sure that their membership cards are current.

  Nic Schueler 660-3510
Outside Guard

 

  Brent Long 229-5703
Trustee Two Years

The board of trustees consists of three members elected by the council and the grand knight, who serves as chairman of the board. They oversee the work of the financial secretary and treasurer, and with the deputy grand knight serve on the council�s retention committee. During council elections, only the three-year trustee is voted on, with the others moving on to become two- and one-year trustees, respectively

Charles Gambitta

 

670-1285
Trustee One Year

 

Jerry Shuchart

 

737-2997
Trustee Three Years Richard Singer 769-3634

 

Chaplain

 

Fr Fuller

 

737-4476

 

Financial Secretary

 

 

Steve Reynolds

 

769-5870
Backup Guards

 

  Ken Thayer and Andy Perez-Caban   
Membership Chairman (also Community Director) John McCarthy

 

737-3743(H)

249-7301(M)

Retention Chairman Richard Singer

 

769-3634
Public Relations

 

  Josh Ryan 563-6543
Church Director (St Philip Neri) Richard Singer  769-3634 
Church Director (St Francis)      
Lecturer

The lecturer is appointed by the grand knight to provide both educational and entertaining programs to the council. He is responsible for the Good of the Order portion of council meetings in order to provide members with informative and educational programs, he must be knowledgeable and aware of all council programming.

DSC00072.JPG (884849 bytes) Sal Borrego 732-5969