William Campbell Medals Awarded
The William Campbell Medal was struck in 1983 to commemorate the life of service that Dad Campbell gave to the Order of DeMolay, and his pride for all the members and advisors in DeMolay. Dad Campbell was a Past Master Councilor of Bridgeport Chapter, Past State Junior Councilor, Active Member of the International Supreme Council of the Order of DeMolay, Past Executive Officer in Connecticut and Most Worshipful Past Grand Master of Masons in Connecticut. He was a source of inspiration and respected by all of DeMolay.
This honor, which is the highest decoration afforded by Connecticut DeMolay is given by the Executive Officer to an active DeMolay or advisor who has set an exemplary example for DeMolays to follow through eminent service within and without the Order of DeMolay.
This year, the William Campbell Medal was awarded to 2 recipients:
Brother Tyler W. Anderson, who has served Connecticut DeMolay in an exemplary fashion from his beginnings in Robert H. Heller Chapter, to being Master Councilor several times, being a holder of the Past Master Councilor’s Award, Meritorious Service Award, a Chevalier, a State Master Councilor and a DeMolay who gives back far more than he takes.
Dad John Andrew Birdsall has served Connecticut DeMolay in an exemplary fashion as a State Master Councilor, Chapter Advisor, Area Governor, Brotherhood Weekend Director, Conclave Director, Web Page Designer and now as Deputy Executive Officer. He has served without the least hesitation and with no concern for personal reward, but with a passion to make DeMolay the greatest youth organization in the world.
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