Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite
Valley of Steubenville
Stated meeting 4th Thursday 7:30 p.m.

  O. Wayne Fulmer, 32°, MSA VSA Executive Secretary                                                     Edsel F. Emery, 33°, Deputy’s Representative
​We look forward to welcoming new members to the Valley of Steubenville. The Valley encourages everyone to try and invite potential new members to join us on April 25, 2019 at 6 PM for a live performance of the 32°. This years spring class is named in honor of Ill. D. Scott Boyd, 33°, MSA. Scott was born in Salem, Ohio and now resides in Leetonia, Ohio. He graduated from Southern Local H.S. and was employed as a technical operations manager at TCI Cablevision. He and his wife Deborah attend the 1st Presbyterian Church of Salem. They have a son Donald. Scott is a member of Salineville Lodge #348. His past offices held in Scottish Rite include Most Wise Master, Commander in Chief, 2nd Lieutenant, Master of Ceremonies, Chancellor, Captain of the Guard, and Sentinel. He is very active in parts for degree work portrayed in reunions, 6 Valley Degree Days and Paschal Lamb. He received the MSA award in 1998 and was coroneted a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Mason in 2002 in Boston, MA. He is the current Hospitaler and Chairman of the Board. Other organizations that Scott belongs to include the Elks Lodge #258 in East Liverpool, Sons of American Legion #374 in East Liverpool, and the VFW Post #66 in East Liverpool. In his free time you can find him golfing, officiating high school football, spending time with family, which includes a grandson, and getting some great exercise doing something called Pickle Ball! Ill. D. Scott Boyd 33°, MSA is an amazing asset to the Valley of Steubenville and we are honored to have our Spring Class named after him.