Gordon L. Kimball, Jr
2024 Kora Marshall

As a lifelong resident of Gray, Maine Gordon Kimball Jr has led an active life in the Masonic Circles of Maine. Beginning at the age of 14 when his father gave him an application for Membership in DeMolay and joining Auburn Chapter Order of DeMolay then located on Lisbon Street in Lewiston, serving as Master Councilor in 1971 and State Master Councilor of Maine DeMolay 1973-74.

Attended schools in Gray and graduated from G-NG High School in 1974. During this time and into his early 20’s he also was a member of the Gray volunteer fire Dept.

After a few years in the auto industry, it became time to make a change and in 1980 he started working in the transportation of petroleum products where he remains and continues today with well over 2 million safe miles driven.

Merrill Transport Co 1980-88
Maine Lubrication 1988-92
Irving Oil Co 1992-2007
Dennis K. Burke 2007 – Present

In 1976 Gordon was raised to the sublime Degree of a Master Mason in Cumberland Lodge # 12 in New Gloucester where he served as Master in 1984.

He is a member and Past High Priest of Boaz Royal Arch Chapter in New Gloucester and a lifetime member of Dunlap Council and Lewiston Commandry. A member of Kora Shrine and currently serving on the appointed Divan.

Gordon served as Executive Officer for Maine DeMolay from 2004-2016 and was chairman of the EO Conference for The International Supreme Council in 2010 and hosted the conference in Portland Maine.

He is also an Active member of The Supreme Council of DeMolay International.

Gordon started his Scottish Rite Journey in 1977 in Auburn joining becoming a member of The Valley of The Androscoggin and serving as Thrice Potent Master in 2010-2011 and was coroneted a Sovereign Grand Inspector General 33 Degree Honorary Member of The Supreme Council of The Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of The Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of The United States of America on August 30, 2011, in Chicago, Ill.

Gordon has three children daughter Tory and Jessica and a son Adam and five grandchildren