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 CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort in Mexico. 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.

State deputies that attained at least 125 percent of their quota will also be able to invite their state membership director and his wife to join them on the upcoming Circle of Honor incentive trip. For state deputies attaining 125 percent of quota for two consecutive years, their wives will receive an Elsa Peretti Tiffany necklace.

Would each state deputy and his wife please come forward as their name is called and be recognized for their accomplishments in the Circle of Honor:

175 Percent and Over

 

228%

Mexico South - State Deputy and Mrs. Fredy Jose Montero-Rodriguez

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185%

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

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181%

Luzon - Luzon Deputy and Mrs. Alonso L. Tan

 

177%

Manitoba - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Larry W. Kustra

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177%

Alberta - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Walter N. Streit

 

150 Percent to 174 Percent

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158%

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

 

154%

Hawaii - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Larry M. Akana

 

152%

Nevada - State Deputy and Mrs. James J. Kelly

 

125 Percent to 149 Percent

 

145%

Mexico Central - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Juan Fernando Brand-Ayala

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140%

Georgia - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Daniel J. Baker

 

138%

Virginia - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Kelly J. Mortensen

 

138%

Texas - State Deputy and Mrs. Javier S. Martinez

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137%

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

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133%

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

 

133%

Kansas - State Deputy and Mrs. Francis G. Drouhard

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132%

Mississippi - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Daniel J. Lechner

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130%

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

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129%

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

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128%

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

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126%

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

 

100 Percent to 124 Percent

 

122%

Mindanao - Mindanao Deputy and Mrs. Sofronio R. Cruz

 

121%

California -  Past State Deputy and Mrs. Robert J. Villalobos

 

119%

Tennessee - State Deputy and Mrs. Michael J. Porter Sr.

 

119%

South Carolina - State Deputy and Mrs. Joseph F. Gubeli Jr.

 

117%

Arkansas - State Deputy and Mrs. James R. Neff

 

116%

New Jersey - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Thomas P. Ciborski

 

114%

Poland - Territorial Deputy and Mrs. Andrzej Gut-Mostowy

 

114%

Pennsylvania - State Deputy and Mrs. Wayne S. Freet

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114%

Florida - Past State Deputy and Mrs. James J. Schonefeld

 

112%

Michigan - State Deputy and Mrs. John R. Moody

 

111%

Mexico Northeast - State Deputy and Mrs. Filadelfo Medellin-Ayala

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109%

Ohio - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Lawrence A. Moegling

 

108%

Maryland - State Deputy and Mrs. Richard V. Siejack

 

107%

Utah - State Deputy and Mrs. Douglas P. Shane

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107%

Oregon - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Dennis J. White

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107%

Arizona - Past State Deputy and Mrs. Stanley J. Schroeder

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106%

Illinois - State Deputy and Mrs. Philip J. Barone

 

104%

Missouri - State Deputy and Mrs. Gregory W. Stratman

 

101%

District of Columbia - State Deputy and Mrs. Lawrence L. Sosnowich