On September 22, 2020 we welcomed back Sister Gayle Rogers Clinard by reinstatement
Gayle Rogers Clinard
Sister Gayle began her journey in the Masonic as a Rainbow Girl in Long Beach. She served as Worthy Advisor, Grand Marshal for Grand Assembly Installation, and received the Grand Cross of Colors honor. As an adult, she was Mother Advisor for the Pledges and then Grand Deputy.
Gayle was married 23 years to her first husband and raised two boys and one girl. After being single for ten years, she married a Mason and moved to LV where she joined Sunrise Chapter, Ladies Oriental Shrine and Daughters of the Nile. In 1996, Sister Gayle served as High Priestess of Zel Neva Court of LOS. Gayle and her husband owned a trophy and engraving shop on Lake Mead and she also accepted a job as Office Manager for the Henderson Chamber. Gayle is a talented seamstress and delights in making ‘fancy stuff’ — ball gowns, costumes, and wedding dresses. When her second husband passed away, Gayle was again single for another ten years.
At a recent Shrine function, Gayle met our Sister Alyce and soon realized that they had seats together at the Golden Knights hockey game. Alyce mentioned that she was thinking of joining both Eastern Star and LOS, organizations with which Sister Gayle was keenly aware and a bond was formed. Gayle met husband #3 in 2017. He had been a DeMolay as a youth and they were married in 2019. Gary expressed interest in joining the Masons and so Sister Gayle thought this was a great time to re-activate her membership in Star and we agree. Welcome back, Gayle!