Charles graduated from H.D. Cooke in 1932. We all know that Charles went on to do fantastic things, Princeton, WWII veteran, and Georgetown Law School. Masonicly, he is not only a member of almost any Masonic body you can think of, he’s probably been the head of it at some time, as well. That includes being the Grand Master of Masons in the District of Columbia in 1990.
It was with this in mind, that our three main Masonic foundations got together to make a gift to his first alma mater in the city. And thanks to the generosity of our foundations, the students at H.D. Cooke will soon have access to brand new computers – an absolute necessity today, the way pencils and paper were a necessity not long ago.