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Most Worshipful Grand Master
Honorable Terry Moore

     Born and raised in the Martin Luther King, Jr. area (known as the Cooper Road area) of Shreveport, Louisiana, Grand Master Terry Moore was the fifth of seven children to the union of H.P. and Edith (Means) Moore. GM Moore is a founding member of Mount Gazer Missionary Baptist Church, where he serves as the Chairman of the Board and sings in the church choir.

     After high school, the Grand Master attended Shreveport-Bossier VoTech College (now known as the Northwest Louisiana Technical Community College), where he gained certification in welding. Following post-secondary education, Bro. Moore went from years of tire repair and replacement into management, putting his leadership skills on display, and where he continues puts them into action.

     In addition to serving as the Grand Master of the Most Worshipful Universal Grand Lodge, State of Louisiana, GM Terry Moore also serves as the Commander-in-Chief for the Mt. Hiram Consistory, LLC (Shreveport), and the Prince of Council of the Louisiana State Jerusalem Grand Council of the Temple of the Royal House. He is also an active member of Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 121 in Shreveport ("Where the Light is Always On"). Past positions held by Bro. Moore include Worshipful Master, Assistant District Deputy of District 1, District Deputy of District 1, Grand Secretary, and Deputy Grand Master.

     When not providing excellent direct leadership for the Grand Lodge, GM Moore enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife, being a grandfather, and being "Uncle Terry" to family and youths to hundreds in his local community. He has shown continued support, service, and mentorship to those in his community for decades. Also, besides Masonic work and mentorship, Bro. Terry Moore enjoys cars, his favorites being the '72 Buick Riviera and '67-'69 Chevrolet Chevelle (which he once owned).

     When asked about what Freemasonry was for him, he stated:

"In the onset, it [Freemasonry] started to help me stay on track. It makes me take the morals that were instilled in me and broadened the horizon of those moral [toward] my fellow man."

Brother Terry Moore, 33˚, Most Worshipful Grand Master

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