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Can you name this past Moscow Elks member??

Can you name this past Moscow Elks member?? Graduated from Moscow High School, was a sergeant in the U. S. Army, owned Moscow Radio Service served as president of Idaho State Jr. Chamber of Commerce, served as commander of the … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Thomas Michael Sullivan

Tom Sullivan Born in Holliston MA — 1943 graduated Holliston High School — Holliston MA — 1961 served in United States Army — 1961-1965 brickmason — Simi Valley CA — 1965-2005 died in Moscow ID — 2020 Lifetime member of BPOE #249  … Continue reading

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Lodge of Sorrow — Tom Sullivan

Lodge of Sorrow — Tom Sullivan Sad news today.  Tom Sullivan passed away this morning (April 3oth) from a heart attack. At the age of 76, Tom was an avid golfer, having played just this week.  Tom was a member of our … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Pete Eric Isakson

Pete Isakson Born in Richland WA — 1971 graduated Richland High School — Richland WA — 1990 competed in Football, basketball & baseball — Richland HS graduated Eastern Washington University — Cheney WA — 1994 worked for Lakeland Village — … Continue reading

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From the Exalted Ruler

Greetings Fellow Elk Members: I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and New Year’s.  2019 was a fast year but that means golf season is only a few months away as well as spring. December was a very eventful month.  The month started out with our annual … Continue reading

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From the Exalted Ruler

Greetings Fellow Elk Members: November sure came in quick and left in a hurry and now with one more holiday upon us and then we can rest and breath before the New Year.  We had a couple of very successful events at the lodge this November.  Bobbi put a … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Carl Louis “Louie” Olson

Louie Olson Born near Moscow ID — 1928 woked at Rollefson Market — Moscow ID — 1942-1946 graduated from Moscow High School — 1946 farmer — Moscow ID — 1948-1966 farmer farmer — Harrison ID — 1966-1967 served on Moscow … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Cyrus Edward “Ed” Blair

Ed Blair Born in Palouse WA — 1922 graduated Palouse High School — 1940 U. S. Army — radio operator — WWII — Egygpt, Iran, Iraq & Lybia — 1940-1946 farmer — Palouse WA — 1946-1962 worked for R. A … Continue reading

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Lodge of Sorrow — Jack LeClaire

Jack LeClaire passed away on Wednesday September 18 in Boise at the age of 92.  He was a lifetime member of Moscow Elks Lodge #249.  Click here to view Jack LeClaire’s Obituary.  There will be a Moscow Celebration of Life … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — John Arthur (Jack) LeClaire

 Jack LeClaire born in Anaconda MT– 1927 graduated Anaconda High School –Anaconda MT — 1946 served in United States Navy — 1946-1948 graduated University of Montana — 1952 high school math teacher & coach — Alberton MT — 1952-1957 high … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Harry Missildine

 Harry Missildine born in Parsons Kansas — 1920 grew up in Kansas, Colorado & Oklahoma graduated Tulsa Central High School — Tulsa Oklahoma attended University of Missouri graduated from Colorado College twice qualified for National Public Links Golf Tournamet United … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Melvin J Rodrigues

Mel Rodrigues Born in Oakland CA — 1935 graduated from Castlemont High School — Oakland CA — 1953 Stanford University — Palo Alto CA — 1953-1957 graduated Stanford University — Palo Alto CA — 1957 Pacific Gas & Electric — … Continue reading

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The Old(er) Days — 9/10/1948 –Elks’ Saturday Night Dance Orchestra

The Old(er) Days — September 10th, 1948 Elks’ Saturday Night Dance Orchestra The Elks’ Saturday Nigh Dance Orchestra of 1948-49.  They played every Saturday night at the lodge during the fall and winter. From left to right they were: Bert Neilsen … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Boyd Martin

 Boyd Martin Born in Cottonwood Idaho — 1911 attended schools in Cottonwood and Lewiston graduated from Nez Perce High School — 1929 attended Pasadena City College attended University of California at Los Angeles graduated from University of Idaho — 1936 … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Bob Mortensen

 H. Robert (Bob) Mortensen Born in Moscow Idaho — 1922 attended schools in Craigmont & Moscow graduated from Moscow High School — 1940 attended University of Idaho — 1940-1942 United States Army — South Pacific — 1942-1945 car salesman — … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Guy Plumb Wicks

 Guy Wicks Born in Eustis Nebraska — 1902 graduated Moscow High School — 1920 Varsity baseball — University of Idaho 1922-1925 graduated University of Idaho — 1925 high school coach — Genesee High School — 1925-1927 high school coach — … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — John Isamu Ikeda

John Ikeda Born in Libby MT — 1921 attended Libby HS — Libby MT played basketball & football for Libby HS — Libby MT graduated Bonners Ferry High School — Bonners Ferry ID — 1939 section gangsman — Great Northern … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Lloyd L Hall

 Lloyd Hall born in Bovill ID — 1925 graduated Bovill High School — 1943 served in United States Navy — WWII Pacific Theater — USS Maryland & USS Sarita owner/ operator sevice station — Bovill ID owner/ operator hardware store … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Daniel Willis (Danny) Hordemann

 Danny Hordemann born in Moscow ID– 1938 graduated Moscow High School –Moscow ID — 1957 served in United States Army (101st Airborne) — 1957-1959 attended University of Idaho — 1959-1961 worked in farming & roofing worked for Carnation — 1962-1972 … Continue reading

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Members from BPOE #249’s 126 Years of History — Jerome J. “Joe” Dahmen

 Joe Dahmen Born in Johnson WA — 1919 graduated Moscow High School — 1937 United States Army — WWII — trained troops Camp Roberts CA , battalion staff officer 103rd Infantry Devision, participated in the Battle of the Bulge, awarded 2 … Continue reading

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