Membership and Recruitment Awards

Circle of Honor

The Supreme Knight’s Circle of Honor Award recognizes state deputy performance based on achievement of 100 percent or more of their net gain quota for the fraternal year. Winners of the Circle of Honor will be guests of the Board of Directors for a week long stay at the Hilton Cancun Beach and Golf Resort.

When state deputies surpass 125 percent of their fraternal year quota they will receive a Supreme Knight’s Circle of Honor championship-style ring based on their attainment level. Those attaining 125 percent will receive a base-style ring; those attaining 150 percent will receive a ring with side diamonds; and those attaining more than 175 percent will receive the above ring with an additional center set diamond.

* — Denotes a consecutive-year winner

We would like to mention that the jurisdictions of Texas and California have made Circle of Honor in each of the 18 years that the program has been in place.

 

175 Percent and OVER

 

187%

New Mexico - State Deputy and Mrs. Francisco R. Gomez

*

209%

Mexico South - Past State Deputy and Mrs. William P. Olivera Valladares

 

282%

Mexico Central - State Deputy and Mrs. Jorge Humberto Yeo-Gudiño

 

150 Percent to 174 Percent

 

151%

Colorado - State Deputy and Mrs. Claude A. Trujillo, Jr.

 

153%

Georgia - State Deputy and Mrs. Daniel J. Baker

*

155%

Dominican Republic - State Deputy and Mrs. Jose A. Perez Payano, Jr.

*

155%

Utah - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Charles E. Dover, Jr.

*

157%

Texas - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Larry Zapalac

 

125 Percent to 149 Percent

*

126%

Mindanao - Mindanao Deputy Sofronio R. Cruz

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126%

Nevada - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Paul S. Dendary

 

127%

Visayas - Visayas Deputy and Mrs. Dionisio R. Esteban, Jr.

 

129%

British Columbia - State Deputy and Mrs. Brian D. O’Hara

 

130%

Florida - State Deputy and Mrs. James J. Schonefeld

*

130%

Virginia - Past State Deputy Leonardo P. Pulizzi

 

131%

West Virginia - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Carl A. Olian, II

 

134%

California - Past State Deputy and Mrs. James R. Scroggin

 

134%

Indiana - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Norman F. Stoffel

 

134%

Ohio - State Deputy and Mrs. Lawrence A. Moegling

 

135%

Newfoundland and Labrador - State Deputy and Mrs. Maurice G. Lewis

*

137%

Oklahoma - State Deputy and Mrs. Paul G. Weigl, Jr.

 

144%

Alberta - State Deputy and Mrs. Walter Streit

 

146%

Luzon - Luzon Deputy and Mrs. Alonso L. Tan

*

146%

South Carolina - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Robert W. Ficco

*

147%

Oregon - State Deputy and Mrs. Dennis J. White

 

100 Percent to 124 Percent

*

101%

District of Columbia - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Peter D. Gervais

*

101%

Maryland - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Edgar D. Haynes

 

102%

Mississippi - State Deputy and Mrs. Daniel J. Lechner

 

103%

Alabama - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Mack E. Lipscomb

 

104%

Guam - State Deputy and Mrs. Joseph J. A. Yatar

*

104%

Missouri - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Michael T. Gilliam

 

105%

Arizona - State Deputy and Mrs. Stanley J. Schroeder

 

105%

Minnesota - State Deputy and Mrs. H. Eugene Hippe

 

105%

Nebraska - Past State Deputy Donald A. Ferneding

 

107%

North Carolina - State Deputy and Mrs. John C. Gouldie

 

108%

Delaware - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Andrew M. Elisee

 

108%

Kentucky - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Dannie R. Harris

*

109%

Poland - Territorial Deputy and Mrs. Andrzej Gut-Mostowy

 

110%

Tennessee - Past State Deputy and Mrs. William L. Wicke

 

112%

Iowa - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Michael P. Gaspers

 

115%

Alaska - State Deputy and Mrs. James T. Boley

*

115%

Pennsylvania - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Michael J. O’Connor

 

116%

Connecticut - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Philip A. Guerrette

*

117%

Michigan - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Thomas M. Wegener

 

118%

Montana - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Robert J. Murphy

 

119%

Illinois - State Deputy and Mrs. Philip J. Barone