State Officers (2021-2022)

Nick NielsonState Deputy

Rev. Erik J RichtsteigState Chaplain

William “Bill” KellyState Secretary

Ryan GraveleyState Treasurer

Francisco “Frank” CarmonaState Advocate

Alex TarazonState Warden

Gregory A. Keller, PSDImmediate Past State Deputy

State Team Helpers

Rev. James E BlaineState Chaplain Emeritus

John Wainscott, PSDState Council Advisor

Karl VanMaren, FDDExecutive Secretary..

District Deputies (2021-2022)

…and (once appointed) District Wardens (2021-2022)

District 1 DeputyAndy Beck

District 2 DeputyPaul Tinker

District 3 DeputyLarry Page

District 4 Deputy** IS VACANT ** (Utah County Councils (1136, 8606, 9561) in Orem, American Fork, Payson.

District 5 DeputyLarry Zubel

District 6 DeputyMike Middlemiss

District 7 DeputyTim Soran, Jr.

District 8 DeputyPatrick McDonald

District 9 DeputyGabino Chacon-Escarcega

District 10 DeputyMark Dylla

District 11 DeputyBeau Parent

Coming Events

Aug
3
Tue
XXOpening Mass - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
08-03-2021   4:30 pm - 5:45 pm
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, E, 2315 Redondo Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA
https://kofc.org/convention
The agenda is as follows. All times here are MDT (Utah time).
Tuesday, August 3
4:30 PM Opening Mass
6:00 PM Supreme Knight’s Annual Report
Wednesday, August 4
8:00 AM Modified Business Session
12:15 PM Awards Session
1:00 PM Memorial Mass
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/c2c56e67-c2e3-489d-ba2c-3900a816312b.pdf
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/2acb9989-5a8e-4efd-af73-3cad85618ff2.pdf
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https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/0bb39545-0c25-46d4-9f21-4bcf8389bb42.pdf
MEMORANDUM
TO: State Deputies and State Deputies-elect
FROM: Patrick T. Mason, Supreme Secretary
DATE: May 7, 2021
SUBJECT: 139th Supreme Convention
Pursuant to Section 3 of the Constitution of the Knights of Columbus, the Board of Directors has concluded, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, that the 139th Annual Meeting of the Supreme Council shall be convened virtually, instead of in Denver, Colorado, as originally planned.
...

State Deputies should begin plans to convene on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3-4, 2021, with the insurance and associate representatives elected to serve as their jurisdiction’s delegates to this year’s Supreme Council Meeting. Like last year, the site for each delegation gathering may be any place of the State Deputy’s choosing, located within his jurisdiction, that will facilitate participation in the Supreme Council Meeting as a unified delegation. The site should be chosen bearing in mind the need for social distancing and any local regulations or guidance. Connectivity should also be considered since television broadcasts and technological solutions are foreseen that may require cable television service, internet and telephone service
A detailed schedule will be forthcoming, but at this time it is foreseen that the Opening Mass and the Supreme Knight’s Annual Report will be broadcast in the evening of Tuesday, August 3. On Wednesday, August 4, there will be a combined one-day business session, followed by a virtual awards session. The convention will conclude with the Memorial Mass on Wednesday afternoon. Delegations wishing to organize a group state dinner, where local guidelines permit, are encouraged to arrange for such on Wednesday evening, August 4.
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https://www.coloradokofc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Supreme-Convention-cancelation.pdf
https://www.coloradokofc.org/exciting-news/
https://www.coloradokofc.org/supreme-convention/
Go to Event
4:30 pm Opening Mass - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
XXSupreme Knight's Annual Report - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
08-03-2021   6:00 pm - 7:10 pm
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, E, 2315 Redondo Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA
https://kofc.org/convention
The agenda is as follows. All times here are MDT (Utah time).
Tuesday, August 3 
4:30 PM Opening Mass 
6:00 PM Supreme Knight’s Annual Report 
Wednesday, August 4 
8:00 AM Modified Business Session 
12:15 PM Awards Session 
1:00 PM Memorial Mass  
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/c2c56e67-c2e3-489d-ba2c-3900a816312b.pdf
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/2acb9989-5a8e-4efd-af73-3cad85618ff2.pdf
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https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/0bb39545-0c25-46d4-9f21-4bcf8389bb42.pdf
MEMORANDUM
TO: State Deputies and State Deputies-elect
FROM: Patrick T. Mason, Supreme Secretary
DATE: May 7, 2021
SUBJECT: 139th Supreme Convention
Pursuant to Section 3 of the Constitution of the Knights of Columbus, the Board of Directors has concluded, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, that the 139th Annual Meeting of the Supreme Council shall be convened virtually, instead of in Denver, Colorado, as originally planned.
...

State Deputies should begin plans to convene on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3-4, 2021, with the insurance and associate representatives elected to serve as their jurisdiction’s delegates to this year’s Supreme Council Meeting. Like last year, the site for each delegation gathering may be any place of the State Deputy’s choosing, located within his jurisdiction, that will facilitate participation in the Supreme Council Meeting as a unified delegation. The site should be chosen bearing in mind the need for social distancing and any local regulations or guidance. Connectivity should also be considered since television broadcasts and technological solutions are foreseen that may require cable television service, internet and telephone service 
A detailed schedule will be forthcoming, but at this time it is foreseen that the Opening Mass and the Supreme Knight’s Annual Report will be broadcast in the evening of Tuesday, August 3. On Wednesday, August 4, there will be a combined one-day business session, followed by a virtual awards session. The convention will conclude with the Memorial Mass on Wednesday afternoon. Delegations wishing to organize a group state dinner, where local guidelines permit, are encouraged to arrange for such on Wednesday evening, August 4.
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https://www.coloradokofc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Supreme-Convention-cancelation.pdf
https://www.coloradokofc.org/exciting-news/
https://www.coloradokofc.org/supreme-convention/
Go to Event
6:00 pm Supreme Knight's Annual Report - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
Aug
4
Wed
XXBusiness Session - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
08-04-2021   8:00 am - 11:00 am
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, E, 2315 Redondo Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA
https://kofc.org/convention
The agenda is as follows. All times here are MDT (Utah time).
Tuesday, August 3 
4:30 PM Opening Mass 
6:00 PM Supreme Knight’s Annual Report 
Wednesday, August 4 
8:00 AM Modified Business Session 
12:15 PM Awards Session 
1:00 PM Memorial Mass  
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/c2c56e67-c2e3-489d-ba2c-3900a816312b.pdf
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/2acb9989-5a8e-4efd-af73-3cad85618ff2.pdf
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https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/0bb39545-0c25-46d4-9f21-4bcf8389bb42.pdf
MEMORANDUM
TO: State Deputies and State Deputies-elect
FROM: Patrick T. Mason, Supreme Secretary
DATE: May 7, 2021
SUBJECT: 139th Supreme Convention
Pursuant to Section 3 of the Constitution of the Knights of Columbus, the Board of Directors has concluded, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, that the 139th Annual Meeting of the Supreme Council shall be convened virtually, instead of in Denver, Colorado, as originally planned.
...

State Deputies should begin plans to convene on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3-4, 2021, with the insurance and associate representatives elected to serve as their jurisdiction’s delegates to this year’s Supreme Council Meeting. Like last year, the site for each delegation gathering may be any place of the State Deputy’s choosing, located within his jurisdiction, that will facilitate participation in the Supreme Council Meeting as a unified delegation. The site should be chosen bearing in mind the need for social distancing and any local regulations or guidance. Connectivity should also be considered since television broadcasts and technological solutions are foreseen that may require cable television service, internet and telephone service 
A detailed schedule will be forthcoming, but at this time it is foreseen that the Opening Mass and the Supreme Knight’s Annual Report will be broadcast in the evening of Tuesday, August 3. On Wednesday, August 4, there will be a combined one-day business session, followed by a virtual awards session. The convention will conclude with the Memorial Mass on Wednesday afternoon. Delegations wishing to organize a group state dinner, where local guidelines permit, are encouraged to arrange for such on Wednesday evening, August 4.
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https://www.coloradokofc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Supreme-Convention-cancelation.pdf
https://www.coloradokofc.org/exciting-news/
https://www.coloradokofc.org/supreme-convention/
Go to Event
8:00 am Business Session - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
XXAwards Session - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
08-04-2021   12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, E, 2315 Redondo Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA
https://kofc.org/convention
The agenda is as follows. All times here are MDT (Utah time).
Tuesday, August 3 
4:30 PM Opening Mass 
6:00 PM Supreme Knight’s Annual Report 
Wednesday, August 4 
8:00 AM Modified Business Session 
12:15 PM Awards Session 
1:00 PM Memorial Mass  
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/c2c56e67-c2e3-489d-ba2c-3900a816312b.pdf
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/2acb9989-5a8e-4efd-af73-3cad85618ff2.pdf
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https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/0bb39545-0c25-46d4-9f21-4bcf8389bb42.pdf
MEMORANDUM
TO: State Deputies and State Deputies-elect
FROM: Patrick T. Mason, Supreme Secretary
DATE: May 7, 2021
SUBJECT: 139th Supreme Convention
Pursuant to Section 3 of the Constitution of the Knights of Columbus, the Board of Directors has concluded, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, that the 139th Annual Meeting of the Supreme Council shall be convened virtually, instead of in Denver, Colorado, as originally planned.
...

State Deputies should begin plans to convene on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3-4, 2021, with the insurance and associate representatives elected to serve as their jurisdiction’s delegates to this year’s Supreme Council Meeting. Like last year, the site for each delegation gathering may be any place of the State Deputy’s choosing, located within his jurisdiction, that will facilitate participation in the Supreme Council Meeting as a unified delegation. The site should be chosen bearing in mind the need for social distancing and any local regulations or guidance. Connectivity should also be considered since television broadcasts and technological solutions are foreseen that may require cable television service, internet and telephone service 
A detailed schedule will be forthcoming, but at this time it is foreseen that the Opening Mass and the Supreme Knight’s Annual Report will be broadcast in the evening of Tuesday, August 3. On Wednesday, August 4, there will be a combined one-day business session, followed by a virtual awards session. The convention will conclude with the Memorial Mass on Wednesday afternoon. Delegations wishing to organize a group state dinner, where local guidelines permit, are encouraged to arrange for such on Wednesday evening, August 4.
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https://www.coloradokofc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Supreme-Convention-cancelation.pdf
https://www.coloradokofc.org/exciting-news/
https://www.coloradokofc.org/supreme-convention/
Go to Event
12:15 pm Awards Session - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
XXMemorial Mass - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
08-04-2021   1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, E, 2315 Redondo Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA
https://kofc.org/convention
The agenda is as follows. All times here are MDT (Utah time).
Tuesday, August 3 
4:30 PM Opening Mass 
6:00 PM Supreme Knight’s Annual Report 
Wednesday, August 4 
8:00 AM Modified Business Session 
12:15 PM Awards Session 
1:00 PM Memorial Mass  
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/c2c56e67-c2e3-489d-ba2c-3900a816312b.pdf
https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/2acb9989-5a8e-4efd-af73-3cad85618ff2.pdf
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https://files.constantcontact.com/716460b3001/0bb39545-0c25-46d4-9f21-4bcf8389bb42.pdf
MEMORANDUM
TO: State Deputies and State Deputies-elect
FROM: Patrick T. Mason, Supreme Secretary
DATE: May 7, 2021
SUBJECT: 139th Supreme Convention
Pursuant to Section 3 of the Constitution of the Knights of Columbus, the Board of Directors has concluded, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, that the 139th Annual Meeting of the Supreme Council shall be convened virtually, instead of in Denver, Colorado, as originally planned.
...

State Deputies should begin plans to convene on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3-4, 2021, with the insurance and associate representatives elected to serve as their jurisdiction’s delegates to this year’s Supreme Council Meeting. Like last year, the site for each delegation gathering may be any place of the State Deputy’s choosing, located within his jurisdiction, that will facilitate participation in the Supreme Council Meeting as a unified delegation. The site should be chosen bearing in mind the need for social distancing and any local regulations or guidance. Connectivity should also be considered since television broadcasts and technological solutions are foreseen that may require cable television service, internet and telephone service 
A detailed schedule will be forthcoming, but at this time it is foreseen that the Opening Mass and the Supreme Knight’s Annual Report will be broadcast in the evening of Tuesday, August 3. On Wednesday, August 4, there will be a combined one-day business session, followed by a virtual awards session. The convention will conclude with the Memorial Mass on Wednesday afternoon. Delegations wishing to organize a group state dinner, where local guidelines permit, are encouraged to arrange for such on Wednesday evening, August 4.
~~~
https://www.coloradokofc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Supreme-Convention-cancelation.pdf
https://www.coloradokofc.org/exciting-news/
https://www.coloradokofc.org/supreme-convention/
Go to Event
1:00 pm Memorial Mass - Virtual 2021 Supreme Convention
Aug
19
Thu
XXRed Cross Blood Drive (Council 15418)
08-19-2021   12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, E, 2315 Redondo Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA
https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?order=DATE&range=10&zipSponsor=84108
(Scroll down to Thursday, August 19, 2021)
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church - Social Hall
1975 South 2300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Blood Drives are being encouraged during this time of COVID-19 pandemic as part of the KofC "Leave No Neighbor Behind" initiative.
Go to Event
12:00 pm Red Cross Blood Drive (Council 15418)
Aug
26
Thu
XXKofC Webcast: Faith in Action & Your Council
08-26-2021   6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1483878&tp_key=980411f3a9&sti=july22followup
https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1483878&tp_key=980411f3a9&sti=july22followup

Faith in Action & Your Council

Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021

6:00 PM MDT
To Register, please fill out the form to the right where it says, "Complete this form to enter the webcast." Then click the yellow "Submit" button.
Go to Event
6:00 pm KofC Webcast: Faith in Action & Your Council
Sep
10
Fri
XXSLC Greek Festival
09-10-2021 - 09-12-2021
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 279 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA
Please join us in our celebration this year as we kick off the 45th Annual Salt Lake City Greek Festival! Holy Trinity Cathedral 279 South 300 West, SLC, UT 84101  Friday, September 10, 2021 – 11:00 am. – 11:00 pm. Saturday, September 11, 2021 – 11:00 am. – 11:00 pm. Sunday, September 12, 2021 – 12:00 pm. – 9:00 pm. We welcome Cash, Credit & Debit Cards (sorry no checks accepted). $3 Admission. Children 5 and under free. Only Service Dogs Allowed. Admission is FREE all three days with the presence of a current student ID. Wheelchair Accessible. ATM Machines set up for your convenience
Go to Event
09-10-2021 - 09-12-2021 SLC Greek Festival
Sep
11
Sat
XXWorld Day of Prayer for Peace
09-11-2021   All Day Event

9484 6/16 Prayer Card: https://www.kofc.org/en/resources/service/community/peaceprayercard.pdf
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR PEACE
September 11th
God of peace, bring your peace to our violent world:
peace in the hearts of all men and women
and peace among the nations of the earth.
Turn to your way of love
those whose hearts and minds
are consumed with hatred,
and who justify killing in the name of religion.
God of understanding,
overwhelmed by the magnitude of this tragedy,
we seek your light and guidance
as we confront such terrible events.
Grant that those whose lives were spared
may live so that the lives lost
may not have been lost in vain.
Comfort and console us, strengthen us in hope,
and give us the wisdom and courage
to work tirelessly for a world
where true peace and love reign
among nations and in the hearts of all.
-Pope Francis
Prayer Service at Ground Zero
September 25, 2015
At its 122nd annual meeting in 2004, the Supreme Council resolved that September 11th be observed each year as a World Day of Prayer for Peace.
Item 9484 6/16
Go to Event
All Day World Day of Prayer for Peace

Program Directors & Chairmen (2021-2022)

APSC ChairmanSK Rayfel M Bachiller, FDD

Athletic Events Chairman is Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Awards/Report Forms DirectorSK Bill Kelly, FDD

Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities Chairmanis Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Carmelites ChairmanSK George Jockisch

Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest ChairmanSK William McCauley, FM, FDD

Ceremonials Director SK Karl Van Maren, FDD

Coats for Kids Chairman SK Bob E Masse Jr, PSD

College Councils Coordinatoris Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Community Director SK Tim I Lozano

Council Reactivation ChairmanSK Bill Kelly, FDD

Council Retention ChairmanSK Bill Kelly, FDD

Devotional Chairman is Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Disaster Response CoordinatorSK Richard M Vigor , FDD

Faith Director SK John R Valdez, FDD

Family Director (REQUIRED) Timothy L. Soran, Jr.

Fisher House Chairman SK Rayfel M Bachiller, FDD

Free Throw Chairman SK Ron R Mecham, FDD

Free Throw Co-Chairman John J. Miller

Health Services Chairmanis Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Hispanic Council Growth Coordinator SK Edward Ortega

Historian SK Andrew Airriess, PSD

Insurance Promotion Chairman SK Nick Nielson

Life Director is Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

McGivney Guild Chairman SK Chuck E Dover Jr, PSD, FVSM

Membership Assistant DirectorSK Ryan S Graveley

Membership DirectorSK William McCauley, FM, FDD

Membership Retention ChairmanSK Frank Carmona, FDD, FM

New Council Development ChairmanSK Gregory A Keller, PSD

Newsletter/Bulletin Editor SK Karl Van Maren, FDD

Online Membership Chairman SK Andrew Airriess, PSD

Perpetual Memorial Fund SK Bill Kelly, FDD

Pilgrim Icon ChairmanSK Gregory A Keller, PSD

Poster Contest Chairman SK William McCauley, FM, FDD

Program Assistant DirectorSK Alex J Tarazon

Program Director SK Ryan S Graveley

Promotional Sales Chair SK Art A Grant

Public Relations Chairman SK Andrew Airriess, PSD

Round Table Chairman SK Bill Kelly, FDD

Safe Environment Coordinator SK Frank Carmona, FDD, FM

Science Fair Chairman is Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Scouting Chairman SK Ray Salazar, FDD

Silver Rose Chairman SK Peter B Abercrombie, FDD

Soccer Challenge Chairman SK Gregory Kim Gold

Special Olympics ChairmanSK David Matyjasik

Special Olympics Coord. 2 SK Bill J Bonn III

Squires Chairmanis Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

State Scholarship Chairman SK Chuck E Dover Jr, PSD, FVSM

Training/Education DirectorSK Jerry W Angus, FDD

Veterans Affairs ChairmanSK Joseph R Bouley

Vocations Chairman SK John R Valdez, FDD

Web Master Chris Hood

Young Adult Outreach Chairmanis Vacant (Ask State Secretary)

Youth Director SK Frank Carmona, FDD, FM

PSD = Past State Deputy, FDD = Former District Deputy, FSVM = Former Vice Supreme Master, FM = Former District Master, SK = Sir Knight (a Fourth Degree Knight)

Councils

NumberCouncil NameLocationGrand Knight
602Salt LakeCathedral of the Madeleine - Salt Lake CitySK Rene P Contreras
777OgdenSt. Joseph’s – OgdenSK Jerry F Bedel
1129St. Mary'sPark City & HeberSK Robert G Dieringer
1136Fr. EscalanteSt. Francis of Assisi – Orem / ProvoSK Alex J Tarazo
2611St. AnthonyHelperSK John R Flores
5214Bishop HuntSt. Francis Xavier – KearnsSK George H Jockisch
5347Father DeSmetFather DeSmet - Brigham CitySK George D Fuller
5502St. Olaf’sSt. Olaf - BountifulSK Joe A Nesi
6010St. Rose of LimaLaytonSK Dennis A Martinez
6147Msgr. GiavonnoniNotre Dame de Lourdes – PriceSK Tim J Peczuh FDD
6739St. Marguerite’sTooeleSK Thomas M Goonan
6966Corpus ChristiBlessed Sacrament – SandyChad D Alessandro
7401Bishop ScanlanSt. James the Greater – VernalWarren D Feldt
7961St. Joseph the WorkerSt. Joseph the Worker – West JordanSK David McDonald
8350St. Peter and PaulWest ValleySK Jose L Munoz
8606Msgr. Edward F. DowlingSt. Peter – American ForkRogelio Castaneda Jr
9561Fr. DominguezPaysonMichael E Hacking
9731Our Lady of LourdesMagnaSK Anthony K Moore
9849St. JamesSt. James the Just – OgdenSK Michael A Sweetland
10304St. Martin de PorresTaylorsvilleOrlando R Montoya
10733Vic GiassonSt. George Parish – St. George & KanabSK Louis Mandrigues
11246Fr. Joseph ValineChrist the King – Cedar CitySK David A Webb
11479St. Thomas MoreCottonwood HeightsSK Danny Schoenfeld
11812San FelipeWendoverNo Information Provided
12181Mother Teresa of CalcuttaSt. John the Baptist – DraperSK R. Scott Lewis
12264St. PatrickSt. PatrickSK Larry T Martinez
12959St. Thomas AquinasLoganCory L Meacham
13297St. Vincent’sSt. Vincent de Paul – HolladayEdward J Deffner
13646St. Therese of the Child JesusMidvaleCharlie B Millard
14239St. AndrewRivertonSK Chris C Barrera
14399Bishop Joseph L. FederalHoly Family – South OgdenSK Michael J Dannenmueller
14764Fr. Thomas CraftSt. Catherine of Sienna – Salt Lake CitySK Richard L Green ESQ
15418St. AmbroseSalt Lake CityPaul B Buckley
15741Our Lady of GuadalupeSalt Lake CityNo Information Provided
16006Sacred HeartSalt Lake CityNo Information Provided
16127Deacon Douglas R. SligerHill Air Force BaseSK Richard H Houghton
17140Immaculate ConceptionCoppertonSK Alexander (Alex) J Aerts

Assemblies

NumberNameLocationCouncilsFaithful Navigator
1144Father Francisco Atanasio DominguezWestern Salt Lake Valley5214, 7961, 8350, 10304SK Bob E Masse Jr, PSD
1146Father EscalanteUtah Valley1136, 8606, 9561SK John Chavez
1429Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick M. CushnahanGreater Ogden Area777, 5347, 6010, 9849, 12959, 14399, 16127SK Andrew T Beck
1570CarbonEastern Utah2611, 6147, 7401SK Eugene (Gene) P Vea, FDD
2393Bishop ScanlanSt. George10733SK George D'Apuzzo
2577Reverend Thomas J. MeersmanSandy6966, 11479, 12181, 13297, 13646, 14239SK James G Vandiver
2636Padre PioPark City, East Salt Lake1129, 14764, 15418SK Stacey A Yeager
3501Saint John Paul IICedar City11246SK Lawrence A Delgado
3586Rev. Msgr. Robert C. PollockBountiful and Northern Salt Lake Area602, 5502, 12264, 15741, 16006SK Joseph R. Bouley
3758Monsignor John J. SullivanTooele6739, 9731, 11812, 17140SK Barry B Stine

Living Past State Deputies of Utah

 

1984-1986 State DeputySK Michael T Cosgrove, PSD

1994-1996 State DeputySK Rholand E Lange, PSD, FM

1996-1998 State DeputySK Joseph B Ligori, PSD, FM

2000-2002 State DeputySK Sidney L Cowand, PSD

2002-2004 State DeputySK John P Wainscott, PSD, FSD

2004-2006 State DeputySK James N Leccia, PSD, FM

2006-2008 State DeputySK Chuck E Dover Jr, PSD, FVSM

2008-2009 State DeputySK Douglas P Shane, PSD

2009-2010 State DeputySK Chuck E Dover Jr, PSD, FVSM, FM

2010-2012 State DeputySK Ray L Lopez, PSD

2012-2014 State DeputySK Bob E Masse, Jr., PSD

2014-2016 State DeputySK Jerry P Hanten, PSD

2016-2018 State DeputySK Andrew Airriess, PSD

2018-2020 State DeputySK Gregory A Keller, PSD

 

PSD = Past State Deputy, FSD = Former Supreme Director, FSVM = Former Vice Supreme Master, FM = Former District Master, SK = Sir Knight (a Fourth Degree Knight)

All Past State Deputies of Utah

1905-1906 State DeputyGeorge J. Gibson, PSD (602)
1906-1908 State DeputyW. L. Maginnis, PSD (777)
1908-1909 State DeputyJames W. Killeen, PSD (602)
1909-1910 State DeputyThomas J. O’Brien, PSD (602)
1910-1911 State DeputyGeorge J. Gibson, PSD (602)
1911-1913 State DeputyS. A. Maginnis, PSD (777)
1913-1914 State DeputyW. E. Roche, PSD (777)
1914-1915 State DeputyJohn F. Welsh, PSD (1129)
1915-1916 State DeputyDaniel J. Laramie, PSD (602)
1916-1917 State DeputyDr. John J. Galligan, PSD (602)
1917-1918 State DeputyDr. James P. Dineen, PSD (777)
1918-1919 State DeputyS. Abbott Maginnis, PSD (602)
1919-1920 State DeputyRichard C. Treanor, PSD (602)
1920-1921 State DeputyMartin J. O’Connor, PSD (777)
1921-1922 State DeputyRoger I. McDonough, PSD (1129)
1922-1923 State DeputyJames Ivers Jr., PSD (602)
1923-1924 State DeputyRaymond Morrissey, PSD (777)
1924-1925 State DeputyDennis Harrington, PSD (1136)
1925-1926 State DeputyCharles A. Maguire, PSD (602)
1926-1927 State DeputyAustin J. Gibbons, PSD (1129)
1927-1928 State DeputyJohn A. Junk, PSD (777)
1928-1930 State DeputyVere L. McCarthy, PSD (602)
1930-1931 State DeputyJohn V. Fennell, PSD (1136)
1931-1932 State DeputyRaymond Harriger, PSD (777)
1932-1933 State DeputyJohn C. Dwyer, PSD (602)
1933-1934 State DeputyBarney J. Vieta, PSD (2611)
1934-1935 State DeputyHarvey F. Cahill, PSD (777)
1935-1937 State DeputyW. Frank Liston, PSD (602)
1937-1938 State DeputyHarvey F. Cahill, PSD (777)
1938-1940 State DeputyJohn D. Rice, PSD (602)
1940-1941 State DeputyWilliam F. Fisher, PSD (777)
1941-1942 State DeputyCharles B. Nelson, PSD (602)
1942-1943 State DeputyAlbert Batiste, PSD (2611)
1943-1944 State DeputyCharles B. Nelson, PSD (602)
1944-1946 State DeputyEdward W. Brophy, PSD (777)
1946-1947 State DeputyJohn Mooney, PSD (602)
1947-1948 State DeputyJoseph B. Bonacci Jr., PSD (2611)
1948-1949 State DeputyDr. C. O. Robinson, PSD (602)
1949-1950 State DeputyHenry Valdez, PSD (777)
1950-1951 State DeputyTom Perrero, Sr., PSD (2611)
1951-1952 State DeputyHenry A. Poce, PSD (777)
1952-1953 State DeputyW.R. Rita, PSD (1136)
1953-1954 State DeputyHenry Hansmann, PSD (602)
1954-1955 State DeputyAnthony V Bonacci, PSD (2611)
1955-1956 State DeputyMick ProFaizer, PSD (777)
1956-1957 State DeputyFrank J. Becker, PSD, FM (1136)
1957-1958 State DeputyMike George, PSD (602)
1958-1959 State DeputyVirgil Moore, PSD (777)
1959-1960 State DeputyMike George, PSD (602)
1960-1961 State DeputyJulius L. Zaccardi, PSD (1136)
1961-1962 State DeputyRoyal V. Coburn, PSD (777)
1962-1963 State DeputyJoseph P. Fitzgerald, PSD (602)
1963-1965 State DeputyL. Wilson Thomas, Jr., PSD (1136)
1965-1966 State DeputyTranquilino Otero, PSD (5214)
1966-1968 State DeputyRobert F. Phillips, PSD (5214)
1968-1969 State DeputyJames M. Shulsen, PSD (5502)
1970-1972 State DeputyJames F. Dailey, PSD (602)
1972-1973 State DeputyVincent Kelly, PSD (5347)
1973-1974 State DeputyLawrence Cunningham, PSD (1136)
1974-1976 State DeputyRobert Frost, PSD (5502)
1976-1978 State DeputyEdwin R. Schulfer, PSD, FVSM, FM (6010)
1978-1980 State DeputyThomas J. O’Grady , PSD (5347)
1980-1982 State DeputyRobert E. Sorensen, PSD, FM (5214)
1982-1984 State DeputyToby Trujillo, PSD (5214)
1984-1986 State DeputyMichael T. Cosgrove, PSD (5347)
1986-1988 State DeputyJ. Robert Lavery, PSD, FM (5347)
1988-1990 State DeputyRichard A. Kane Jr. , PSD, FM (602)
1990-1992 State DeputyHenry C. Carlson, PSD, FM (9849)
1992-1994 State DeputyKen Hults, PSD (1136)
1994-1996 State DeputyRholand E. Lange, PSD, FM (5347)
1996-1998 State DeputyJoseph B. Ligori, PSD, FM (6966)
1998-2000 State DeputyDan W. Higgins, PSD (602)
2000-2002 State DeputySidney L. J. Cowand, PSD (7961)
2002-2004 State DeputyJohn P. Wainscott, PSD, FSD (6966)
2004-2006 State DeputyJames N. Leccia, PSD, FM (10304)
2006-2008 State DeputyCharles E. Dover Jr., PSD, FVSM, FM (10304)
2008-2009 State DeputyDouglas Shane, PSD (12181)
2010 State DeputyCharles E. Dover Jr., PSD, FVSM, FM (10304)
2010-2012 State DeputyRay L. Lopez, PSD (1136)
2012-2014 State DeputyRobert J. Masse Jr., PSD (5214)
2014-2016 State DeputyJerald P. Hanten, PSD (14239)
2016-2018 State DeputyAndrew Airriess, PSD (7961)
2018-2020 State DeputyGreg Keller, PSD (9849)

PSD = Past State Deputy, FSD = Former Supreme Director, FSVM = Former Vice Supreme Master, FM = Former District Master