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Right Worshipful Brother Patrick C. Carr lives in McPherson, Kansas and serves the city as a detective in the police department. He is the sitting Worshipful Master of McPherson Lodge No, 172 and has had the privilege of serving as Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas. He is a member of too many masonic bodies to list and enjoys the education opportunity each body brings to the masonic experience. He currently serves as the chairman for the Education Committee for the Grand Lodge of Kansas and serves on other committees within various masonic bodies. Bro. Carr has served as an elected and appointed official and has been involved in various boards committees in his community. In each one, he worked to bring new ideas and concepts into old organizations.

Within the body of freemasonry, Bro. Carr is interested in the dissemination of masonic education to its members. He has been fortunate to be published in the Journal of the Masonic Society, Living Stones Magazine, and other publications. While he enjoys masonic history, his passion is masonic education and discussing how lodges can provide a better masonic education experience to its members.

Bro. Carr lives with his wife, Adriane and they have two adult daughters, Rebecca and Rachael, and one son, Matthew, along with four grandchildren. His wife and children have all been active in various masonic groups and bodies.