Sunday, April 03, 2016

PHA-NJ Sovereign Grand Commander Solomon Wallace Passes Away

Illustrious Dr. Solomon Wallace, 33°, Sovereign Grand Commander of the United Supreme Council of the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite - PHA, Northern Jurisdiction, passed to the Celestial Lodge last Wednesday, March 30th.  He was 87 years old.

He was a native of Raleigh, North Carolina and has been listed among Ebony Magazine's Top 150 African American Organization Leaders.

All services will all take place at New Jerusalem Baptist Church, 122-05 Smith Street, Jamaica, NY.

Thursday, April 7 
Wake and Viewing, 5pm-7pm; Followed by Masonic Services
Assembly Time: 630pm, Service Begins: 7:00pm


Friday, April 8
Going Home Service, 10am

RIP

5 comments:

  1. Good Man , Greater Mason
    May he Rest In Peace.
    SMIB
    PM Patrick Fuller
    Sons Of Kings # 123
    Brooklyn, NY

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  2. Mentor Patriot Masons-Mas on
    Great Educator Philanthropist
    Historian ...GIG Robert V Thaxton
    United Supreme Council A.A.S.R.
    Southern Jurisdiction PHA
    Charlotte N.C. - Washington D.C.

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  3. My mother is a long time resident of Prince Hall where she and I both had the pleasure of laughing, talking and getting to know the Grand Commander.He will forever be apart of Prince Hall.

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  4. I too will miss SGIG Wallace; He was present when I received my 33rd degree and was a fixture at our USC SJ PHA for as long as I can remember. We have lost a giant in freemasonry. On several occasions I visited consistories in New York and had the pleasure to attend his USC. We shall see each other on the other side. God bless his family

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  5. Great people are identified through their thoughts and actions. Dr. Solomon Wallace will always be remembered through his thoughts and actions. There are buildings for people to living that he put in place. There are camps for our youth that he put in place. There are young men and woman in college today because of his thoughts and actions.
    We will miss him dearly and wish his family the best.
    V/R
    SGIG, Mario C. Williams
    Eureka Consistory 113

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