Robert A. Falk, 33° Grand Cross
Grand Cross of Honour
Ill. Bro. Robert Falk is only the third Scottish Rite member of the Orient of Nebraska to receive the high honor of Grand Cross of Honor since it was chartered by the Supreme Council. For many years he was the leader and mentored the Omaha Valley leadership to make the Omaha Valley what it is today. He is one of approximately 50 living Grand Cross of Honor men in the United States.
Ill. Bro. Robert Falk, a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, recently retired as Senior Vice President of RBC Dain Rauscher. He has served his community, his church and the Omaha Valley of Scottish Rite in many capacities over the years. He is a Past Master of the Lodge of Perfection, a past member of the Scottish Rite Cathedral Association, current member of the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha and the Scottish Rite Foundation of Nebraska, served over 15 years as Personal Representative to the SGIG in the Omaha Valley and investment manager for the Cathedral Association and both the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha and Nebraska. He was invested a KCCH in 1967 and was coroneted 33° Inspector General Honorary in 1975.
His military service was as Captain in the Surface-to-Air Missile Corps, US Army during 1957-58. He was on active duty at the time Sputnik – Oct. 4, 1957.
Ill. Bro. Robert A. Falk, 33° GC was a wonderful nomination for this recognition and honor for the Valley of Omaha and the Orient of Nebraska. We congratulate him on his service to Masonry.
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