Elected Noble Grand of the Lodge is Lea Rosenberg. Rosenberg has been an active member of the Lodge since 2004. In addition to her duties as Noble Grand, Rosenberg serves as Co-chair of Breakfast with Santa, Taste of Davis, and Breakfast with the Bunny – all popular community events sponsored by the Odd Fellows. She is a member of numerous Boards in Davis including the Yolo County SPCA, the Sutter Foundation Trustees, University Farm Circle, and Soroptimist International. She is a former Citizen of the Year in Davis.

Other elected officers are Vice Grand Alexandra Fullerton, an attorney with the Law Officers of Poulos & Fullerton. Fullerton is a certified specialist in family law with an emphasis on collaborative law. James Bledsoe was elected Secretary of the Lodge. Bledsoe manages the property claims department at CSE Insurance Group, a company founded in 1949 in San Francisco. Dave Reed was elected Treasurer of the Lodge. Reed is a Judge of the Yolo Superior Court, and currently has a felony trial calendar. Financial Secretary of the Lodge is Duff Devine. Devine is an insurance broker with his own brokerage company called Devine Insurance.

Noble Grand Lea Rosenberg has designated the following Odd Fellows to serve in appointive office for 2015:

  • Warden Doug Hatton
  • Conductor Sharla Cheney
  • Right Supporter of the Noble Grand Juelie Roggli
  • Left Supporter of the Noble Grand Beth Dovi
  • Inside Guardian Debbie Friend
  • Outside Guardian Dennis Corcoran
  • Chaplain Joyce Trujillo
  • Right Scene Supporter Christopher Young
  • Left Scene Supporter Jenna Templeton
  • Musician Mary Superak
  • Color Bearer Darrell Pereira

Vice Grand Alexandra Fullerton has designated the following Odd Fellows to serve in appointive office for 2015:

Right Supporter of the Vice Grand Diana Schmiegel
Left Supporter of the Vice Grand Robin Sweeney

The Davis Odd Fellows Lodge was chartered in Yolo County in 1870, and will celebrate the 145th anniversary of its charter on April 12, 2015. Currently, the Lodge has 230 members (almost equally divided between men and women) with 20 applicants seeking to join. It is the fifth largest Odd Fellows Lodge in North America, and is very active providing service to the community, as well as social activities for its members. The Lodge hosts numerous events for the community including Bingo, Thursday Live music, Odd Poetry, a Taste of Davis, Breakfast with Santa, and many more.

Odd Fellows are known as the “three links fraternity” based on the three interlocking links in its logo representing “friendship, love, and truth.”

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