Jeffrey is active in the Scottish Rite as Assistant Class Director at Reunions, Director of the 15th Degree team, and a member of the 31st Degree team.




Jeffrey M. Coleman, 32° KCCH

Venerable Master, Lodge of Perfection

Brother Jeffrey Coleman was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa and moved to LaVista, Nebraska in 1979.  He attended the Papillion-LaVista schools until graduation.   Jeffrey graduated with a B.S in Business Administration from Bellevue University and decided to continue his education by attaining his Masters of Business Administration from Bellevue University in 2003. 

Brother Jeffrey joined Papillion Lodge in 2006 and was Master in 2011.  He joined York Rite, Scottish Rite and the Shrine since becoming a Master Mason in 2006.  Since being master in 2011 he has served as High Priest and Commander in the local York Rite bodies.  Presently he is a member of George W. Lininger Lodge #268 and Mizpah Lodge #302.  He is also active in the state level York Rite bodies and is serving as an appointed officer for Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons and Council of Cryptic Masons of Nebraska.  Currently he is Chairman of the Grand Lodge of Nebraska Membership Committee. 

Brother Jeffrey is active within the valley and served as secretary for the Knights of St Andrews and on the retention committee.  He also assists with other activities as needed.  His favorite events to plan are the Scottish Rite Scotch Tastings.  He was invested as a Knight Commander of the Court of Honor in 2015.

Brother Jeffrey has a son and wife whom he enjoys spending time with when not participating in a Masonic activity.  He was married in 2007 and welcomed his son Preston in January 2011.  His son has grown up at the Scottish Rite since his dad was an officer in the Lodge of Perfection prior to his birth.

He is currently working at Northern Natural Gas as a Senior Business Analyst and has been there since 2008.  He currently is the Vice-President of Technology for the Heartland Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysts. 


He also was elected to the Board of Directors for the Omaha Home of Boys in January of 2016 and is looking forward to helping the home grow.