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Jeremy M. Debard, 32°

Portrait of Jeremy Debard We continue this series this month with Brother Jeremy Debard, 32°

1. Where are you from? Born and raised in Reno, NV. Lived in Colorado since I came here for college. Served 4 years away in California (Deployed 2 times to Iraq) while in the Marine Corps Infantry.

2. Tell us about your family. Grandfather was a WW2 veteran (106th Cavalry - France to Berlin). Uncle served in Vietnam (USS Turner Joy). I served in Iraq. Father was a Navy Pilot (A7) and a police officer. Mother is a retired Registered Nurse. I have 4 brothers (3 older) and 1 sister. My wife is a high school counselor. We have a 6 year old son and a 3 year old daughter.

3. What do you do for a living? I am a Federal Police Officer for the U.S. Mint.

4. How long have you been a Mason? 4 years.

5. How long have you been a member of the Consistory? 2 years.

6. What have you done in Masonry? Currently Junior Warden for Aurora #156,cook for 2 years in my blue lodge (Aurora #156), Plural Member with East Denver #160, member of the Scottish Rite, member of the Knights of Saint Andrew, member of El Jebel Shrine

7. What do you like the most about the fraternity? Green Beans, Learning temperance from the “Grey Beards”, 6th Degree (I cry EVERY TIME)

8. What are your hobbies? Being a father, being a Cub Scout leader, elk hunting, loud Harley riding, late night scotch and a quiet fireplace.

9. Tell us something that we don't know about you? My wife is pregnant (due January 22nd), I like to listen to big band music after a loud AC/DC ride on my Harley, I enjoy long quiet meditation, I’m very intrigued about Trappist Monks right now.

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