Knights of Saint Andrew

The Knights of Saint Andrew is made up of selected 32° Scottish Rite Masons.
This is a “black cap” organization only.

The Knights of Saint Andrew exist as a service organization on behalf of all members of the Lubbock Consistory. They provide services where they are needed and includes, but is not limited to, aiding the Tylers, acting as greeters, providing escort services for dignitaries or for special events created for the ladies during reunions or other functions, serving as guides, assisting the Scottish degree work and helping present the Colors. Knights of Saint Andrew also assist in the calling committees, participate in parades or civic activities, promote fund-raising events, and aid in any special event. The list can continue on as new ideas and concepts are developed to meet our needs and goals. Membership in the Knights of Saint Andrew helps nurture and develop future leaders as they learn their organizational and leadership skills, explore the inner structures of their Scottish Rite Centers, and thus gain a deeper admiration for our Order and Brethren who work in Freemasonry as a whole. The membership is limited to members of the Lubbock Valley and membership is “by invitation” only.


Commander Ricky Sawyer, Knights Charles Mire, Joseph Ghandour, and Larry Burks

On February 22, 2013, Knight Commander Ricky Sawyer and Knights, Charles Mire, Joseph Ghandour, and Larry Burks performed a “Color Guard” Ceremony for the opening of the Scottish Rite Learning Center of West Texas’s “C J Davidson” Lecture Series.

The above Lubbock Scottish Rite members helped with “Hospitality Room”. They are (front row):-Arden Hawkins, Adam Walker, Larry Burks, Joseph Ghandour, Ronnie Kinney, George Melot, Ricky Sawyer, and Steve Cross-(back row) ,Bruce Curlee, Calvin Skipper, M.M. Skipper, Patrick Skipper, Bob Black, Charles Mire, Bob Clemmons, Tom Martin, and Frank McInroe.

Personal Representative, Steve Cross and General Secretary, Ronnie Kinney welcomes a past student of the Lubbock Scottish Rite Learning Center and current United States Marine, Joshua Sluder, to the Learning Center’s lecture series.  Joshua had just returned from a tour of duty to Afganistan and wanted to come by and say hello and thanks.

All the members of the Lubbock Scottish Rite present gave Joshua a warm welcome and a hearty thank you for his service to his country.

Lubbock Valley KoSA Officers

Owen TrottKnight Commander
Larry BurksWarden
Bob BlandTreasurer
Christopher BatesSecretary