Your Slate of Officers for 2018-2019
Grand Knight

The Grand Knight is the top ranking officer of the Council. He oversees all of the Council's activities and is elected by the members of the Council. Some of his duties include presiding over meetings, countersigning orders and checks, reading vouchers and notices relative to the Fourth Degree.

Deputy Grand Knight

The Deputy Grand Knight is second in command in the council. He assists the grand knight in the operation of the council affairs and is responsible for any duties assigned to him by the grand knight. Should the grand knight be absent from a council meeting, the deputy grand knight will preside.
Philip J Newsome
Financial Secretary

The Financial Secretary is appointed by the Supreme Knight upon recommendation of his council. His responsibilities include maintaining all financial and membership records. He collects and receives all monies, including annual dues from council members. He handles supply orders for the council officers and members, filing the Report of Officers, and submitting all transactions to the Supreme Council.

John Lariviere

The Chancellor assists the Grand Knight and Deputy Grand Knight in the execution of their duties and takes charge of the council in the absence of the grand knight and deputy grand knight. He is charged with strengthening the members interests in council activities.

Donald A Melanson

The Recorder's job duties are similar to a court reporter
or a secretary. He is responsible for maintaining a true
record of all actions and meetings of the council,
which he records in a ledger, as well as any council correspondence with outside parties.


The Treasurer is responsible for the safe-keeping and maintaining records of all council funds and accounts. He is responsible for depositing money into the council's accounts and provides a certificate of such monies to the grand knight. He is also responsible for the payment of all expenses.


The Lecturer is appointed by the Grand Knight to provide both educational and entertaining programs to the council. He is responsible for the 'Good of the Order' portion of council meetings. In order to provide members with informative and educational programs, he must be knowledgeable and aware of all council programs.

The Advocate is the legal representative of the council and serves as the council's attorney at trials and investigations of any interest to the council. While not necessary to be an attorney, he should be familiar with the council by-laws, the Order's Charter, Constitution and Laws, Methods of Conducting a Council Meeting, and Robert's Rules of Order.

The Warden is the material control manager for council property and degree paraphernalia, except the property of the financial secretary, treasurer, and recorder. He is also responsible for setting up the council chambers for meetings and ceremonial work. During ceremonial exemplifications, the warden will appoint and supervise guards.

William E Fasciano

Inside Guard/Outside Guard 

The Inside/Outside Guards have similar responsibilities.
They tend to the entrance of the council chamber,
admitting visitors and members to the inner door.
They are responsible for assisting the Warden with checking
for membership cards and in preparing the hall for meetings
and events.

Rich Orsi

Steve Tardiff
( I / G )


The Chaplain is appointed and serves as
the spiritual advisor to the brother knights
and families of the council.
He has no specific duties with regards to
running the council.
He is an invaluable part of the council,
who is invited to make a report at council
meetings and gives a brief talk on
any religious matters.



The Board of Trustees consists of three members elected
by the council and the grand knight, who serves as chairman of the board.
They oversee the work of the financial secretary and treasurer, and
with the deputy grand knight serve on the council's retention committee.

During council elections, only the third year trustee
elected, with others moving on to
become two-year and
one-year trustees, respectively.
3 Year Phil Plourde
2 Year Theophile
1 Year Mark Germain
District Deputy

The District Deputy is the representative of the
Supreme Knight and State Deputy and is responsible
for the supervision, growth, and general well-being of
the councils assigned to him. His responsibilities include
ensuring that councils follow the Order’s laws,
promoting effective membership recruitment and
retention, developing new councils, assisting councils
to conduct service programs, and monitoring each
council's financial and social health. He repor ts directly
to the State Deputy for all activities and fulfills the
important communication link between the State
and Supreme Councils and local councils.
Paul Sirois