Princess Anne Masonic Lodge #25 Ancient Free & Accepted Masons

B George Clinton Main, Jr. – Obituary

Thanks to all of the Brethren who attended Brother George’s Memorial Service!

The family greatly appreciated the tremendous show of support!

George Clinton Main Jr.

George Clinton Main, Jr. Virginia Beach – Virginia Beach – George Clinton Main, Jr. 80, of Virginia Beach, VA passed away peacefully at home on February 12, 2015 surrounded by his family. He was the loving husband of the late Jacqueline Ballance Main and is survived by his son, George Clinton Main, III, his wife Pat Main of Suffolk, and daughter, Jobil Main Bullock and husband Richard (Ike) Bullock of Virginia Beach. Also surviving are four grandchildren, George Clinton (GC) Main, IV, Brandy Main, William Joseph (Joe) Imhoff, Alison Imhoff, great-grandson Adrian Main, and sisters, Hazel Main Gonzalez of Las Vegas, NV, Mabel Main Dacus of Granite City, IL, and Evelyn Main Grussemeyer of Cape Coral, FL. George belonged to many organizations. He was honored to serve his community by devoting his time to the Princess Anne Masonic Lodge #25, the Virginia Beach Shrine Club, the Khedive Shriners of Chesapeake, VA, Princess Anne Royal Arch, Chapter 1607, Shriner’s Roadrunner Club and the Virginia Beach Sports Club. He also held membership with the Norfolk Chapter of The Sons of the American Revolution, and the American Legion Post 141. He enjoyed helping people and cherished the many friends he met along the way. A special heart felt thank you to Interim Hospice Healthcare for their loving care and support and to the family’s friends who helped with providing meals, love, prayers, and support. A funeral service will be conducted at 2:00 PM, Saturday, February 21, 2015 at H.D. Oliver Funeral Apts., 2002 Laskin Road in Virginia Beach. Donations may be made in memory of George to the Transportation Fund for the Khedive Temple, 645 Woodlake Dr. Chesapeake, Va. 23320. Online condolences may be made to the family at
Published in The Virginian Pilot on Feb. 18, 2015

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End Of An Era!


As most of you may have noticed if you routinely drive past the corner of Princess Anne and North Landing roads near the courthouse, the old Kellam & Eaton Hardware store has been torn down.  It was owned and operated by our late WB David Kellam.  The attached article sums up some of the feelings and memories attached to the old building and the site as well as having an old picture of WB David and his son Brother John Kellam back in his days before a grey goatee!  Thanks to WB Ken Holmes for bringing this article to our attention!


Brother Scott