Welcome to Richmond Randolph No.19!

A little about what's currently going on and our current officers is below, if you would like to know more about the history of 19 or Masons' Hall please use these these links:


Welcome and thank you for your interest in Richmond Randolph No.19! Our lodge and its officers are proud to continue the tradition of serving our community, our members and their families as we have been uninterrupted since 1787! The explosive growth and renaissance of our lodge reflects the renewed revitalization of our historic home Masons' Hal, the Shockoe Bottom neighborhood the surrounds us and City of Richmond as a whole. We're very proud of our past, however we're even prouder of our present and more optimistic than ever about our bright future! 

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Worshipful Master

Brother Carrow was raised in Prince George Lodge No. 115 in 2010.  He affiliated with Richmond Randolph Lodge No 19 ten years later, in 2020 and quickly earned the respect of his brethren for his knowledge and experience as well as his willingness to help in any way.  We are proud to to have him ascend the East and serve as No.19's Worshipful Master in 2022.

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Senior Warden

Brother Bourne was raised in Richmond Randolph No. 19 in 2017 and has leveraged his mechanical skills with some repair work at Masons’ Hall.  He is also a member of Richmond Washington No. 3-9 Chapter of the Royal Arch.  When not working in Masonry, Kyle is a hobby farmer in Louisa, VA.

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Junior Warden

Brother Flansburg is proud to have been raised in Richmond Randolph No.19 at historic Mason’s Hall in 2017. Originally from Denver, Colorado, Shane moved to RVA with his wife in 2014 – trading the Rocky Mountains for the rivers and bay of the Mid-Atlantic. Currently working in the new home building industry, Shane was formerly the Executive Director of an influential trade association focused on the growth of the energy efficiency industry. He was also a Technical Director and Designer for a number of professional and educational theaters. Shane currently lives in Richmond with his wife and two sons in the historic Church Hill neighborhood. In his spare time enjoys woodworking in his workshop that he hand-built a few years ago.

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Treasurer, Immediate Past Master

Brother Crocker served as Worshipful Master for the lodge in 2021 after moving through the line of officers and now take on the role of Treasurer. Within the local Masonic community, he is also currently serving as Master of Kadosh for the Richmond Scottish Rite, Royal Arch Captain of the Richmond-Washington RA Chapter, Sovereign Master the Allied Masonic Degrees Council and Master of Ceremonies for Samis Grotto. Jake is a resident and native of Richmond, having been born within sight of Masons’ Hall at MCV’s (VCU) West Hospital. He is currently a Restauranteur, a Marketing Consultant and the Executive Director of the Virginia National Guard Managment Group. Crocker was named Top 40 Under 40 by Style Weekly and voted one of Richmond’s Best Entrepreneurs by the readers of Richmond Magazine. A graduate of Radford University with an MBA from Virginia Tech, Jake has presided over and served on the board of many professional, cultural, educational, and civic organizations. He also enjoys traveling, concerts, visiting historic sites and spending time with his wife, dog and two cats in their Fan District home. 



Secretary, Past Master

Brother Moro was raised in Metropolitan No.11 in 2010 and affiliated with Richmond Randolph Lodge No. 19 in 2012 and served as Worshipful Master in 2020. Born in Deerfield, Massachusetts, Don met his wife in Atlanta, lived for a while in Denver, and finally moved his family to Richmond in 2008. When he is not selling software, Don plays the pipe organ as a substitute organist for many churches throughout the Richmond area and was appointed as the Grand Organist for the Grand Lodge of Virginia. Don lives in North Chesterfield with his wife, Deborah.  He has two grown sons, Bailey (who was raised in Richmond Randolph Lodge No. 19 in 2020) and Ethan who serves in the United States Navy.

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Senior Deacon

Brother Maggy is originally from Richmond…. California and was raised to the degree of Master Mason in Mt. Rose Lodge No. 40 in Reno, NV in 2010. Matthew loves history and historic buildings. in 2014 he founded the Richmond Tour Guys the number one ranked walking tour company (per Trip Advisor) in Richmond. In 2016 he married the love of his life; a very patient and understanding woman. He will apply all of his accumulated and varying skills to the betterment of Richmond Randolph #19, Historic Masons Hall, and Freemasonry in general.

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Junior Deacon

Bro. Sam was raised in Richmond Randolph Lodge No. 19 in 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Despite all that, he persevered and soon joined the officers’ line as Junior Steward for 2021. Sam takes on a new role as No.19's Junior Deacon in 2022  



Senior Steward 

Bro. Sibley was raised in Richmond Randolph Lodge No. 19 in 2018.  With a passion for good wine and good food, Bro. Sibley was a natural for the Senior Warden’s position.  Richmond Randolph’s reputation for good food and fellowship are largely due to the efforts of Bro. Sibley.

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Junior Steward

Bro. Christopher affiliated with Richmond Randolph No.19 from Ashlar Lodge No.98 in St. Augustine, Florida after relocating to Richmond in 2017. He is currently employed as an Engineer for Amtrak and serves on the District of Columbia State Legislative Board for BLET. He is also an Advisor at his son's DeMolay Chapter at Westhampton Lodge No.302. 



Chaplain, Lodge Instructor of  Work, Past Master

Right Worshipful Bill Heltzel became a Master Mason in 2003 and affiliated with this historic Lodge in 2006 and became a Life Member in Perpetuity that same year. Bro. Bill served the Lodge as Worshipful Master in 2010 and has been the Lodge’s Instructor of Work since 2011. He holds a Life Membership in Perpetuity in this and two other Virginia Lodges. Bro. Bill has also served as Worshipful Master for Richmond No. 10 in 2008.

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Brother Zach was raised in Westhampton VA Lodge #302 in 2010 and became a member of Richmond-Randolph in 2014.  Masons and Oddfellows run deep in his family, and his father was a 53-year Master Mason.  A former History teacher and Director of Admissions at The Webb School, Zach has spent the past 33+ years as a Sales Representative in the educational publishing industry; currently with Savvas Learning.  While not performing his duties as the lodge Marshall, you might find Zach road biking, walking/hiking with wife, Ginger, of 37+ years and our rescue dog, Stonewall, singing Tenor with the Richmond Symphony Chorus, serving Third Presbyterian Church as a Deacon, acting in movies, attempting to play various string instruments, contemplating my next Antique purchase, or doing genealogical research.

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Brother Mumby affiliated with Richmond Randolph No.19 after his career as a structural engineer brought him to Richmond. Ryan originally hails from North Rose, New York where he was raised a Master Mason. 



Lodge Education Officer, Past Master

Worshipful Joyner was Raised in Joppa Lodge # 40 Richmond Va in October 2001. He continued through line shortly thereafter and served as Worshipful Master of Joppa in 2007. He now has Life Membership in Perpetuity in Joppa.  In that year, he affiliated membership in Richmond Randolph No.19. Since that time he spent a year as Senior Deacon for No.19 before serving two years as Tiler and then entering the Officer’s line. He is a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Richmond, and a member of the Knights of St Andrew. He is originally from Emporia, Virginia where his grandfather Sankey L Joyner Sr was a member of Widow’s Son Lodge # 150.  He is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Art History. He resides in Hanover County Va.  and is employed by Wells Fargo. He has been married to Diane Robinson Joyner, a former Job’s Daughter from Maryland, since 2000.  Wor. Joyner served as Master of a No.19 from 2015 to 2016. 



Lodge Blood Coordinator 

Brother Allen is proud to have been raised in Richmond Randolph No.19 in 2019 and has been named as the coordinator for our monthly Philosophical Society meeting.  Born and grown in Richmond, he is an entrepreneur and software engineer who has served on the VCU Engineering alumni board, and has a passion for local Richmond art, and music in any form.  In his spare time he is either raising 2 kids, running loops around Belle Island, or traveling.