Oshkosh Masonic Lodge Shooting

Man found shot in the head after Lodge Meeting in Oshkosh, WI

A 47-year-old man was found unresponsive in his vehicle at a business parking lot near the 600 Block of Oshkosh, WI. According to a report by Fox 11 News, authorities confirm that the man suffered from a head wound inflicted by a small calibre handgun. W:. B:. Ron Montgomery, the current Worshipful Master of Oshkosh Masonic Lodge No. 27 F. & A. M., reportedly confirmed that the victim had left a Lodge Meeting on the night of October 13th, before the presumed robbery and subsequent attack ensued shortly after midnight. An update by Oshkosh’s Northwestern.com on the status of the victim listed him as “in good condition” at a Madison, WI hospital.

Brethren, please keep this Brother in your prayers for a fast and thorough recovery. We hate to see this kind of evil directed at anyone, especially at a Brother.

Here is the Fox News 11 Report on the shooting.


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