Let the memory of Butch be with us forever. A man of whose dedication and contribution to our association will live on. Bro. Amos Britton,
  • 89 years old
  • Born on March 27, 1926 .
  • Passed away on May 11, 2015 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Laurence Edinboro 89 years old , born on March 27, 1926 and passed away on May 11, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Margaret Lewis on 27th March 2018
Continue to rest in peace and may eternal light forever shine on your beautiful soul. You are truly missed
Posted by Carol Joiner on 27th March 2017
Rest In Peace Dad you're forever in our hearts. We love and miss you much. Carol,Faye,Stacey, Kayla, Bryon. Daughter, Granddaughters and Great Grands.
Posted by Amos Britton on 27th March 2016
On this 90th anniversary of Butch's birth his absence continues to be difficult to deal with. I often think of him and the manner in which he made others around him comfortable with his often quite gracious personality Amos.
Posted by Leroy CHARLES on 27th March 2016
A REAL MASON by Frank F. Baer My Brother, Masonry means more Than just to wear a pin, Or carrying a dues receipt So the Lodge will let you in. You wear an emblem on your coat, And on your hand a ring. But, if you're not sincere at heart, This doesn't mean a thing. It's just an outward sign to show The world that you belong To this Fraternal Brotherhood That teaches right from wrong. What really counts lies buried deep Within the human breast; Masonic teaching brings it out And puts it to the test. If you can do outside the Lodge The things you learn within, Be just and upright to yourself And to your fellow men; Console a brother when he's sick, Or help him when in need. Without a thought of a reward For any act or deed; Conduct yourself in such a way The world without can see None but the best can meet the test Laid down by Masonry; Respect and live up to your trust And do the best you can; Then you can tell the world you are A Mason and a Man!     
Posted by Neville Braithwaite on 20th May 2015
Mr. Godfrey Edinboro was known to me since 1943 when I was stationed at the River Station in Georgetown and he was stationed at the Fire Station next door. I extend my sincere condolences to the family, and his soul Rest In Peace. Neville Braithwaite.
Posted by Margaret Lewis on 19th May 2015
Bro. Edinboro was known as the Chaplain "Man of the Cloth" who could be seen every month at the monthly meeting in the same spot sitting at the back bench. He would open the meeting in prayer with his distinguished voice which we will all miss. Bro. Edinboro will always be remembered for his great values and commitment to the Association for so many years. You have completed the tasks and you served your purpose . May the external light forever shine on you. R.I.P.
Posted by SYDNEY ARCHER on 19th May 2015
I have to say goodbye for now, you have gone to meet your drinking buddy my older brother. You will no longer threaten to whip me and send me home. I will miss you but farewell until we meet again.
Posted by Leon Gibbons on 18th May 2015
Farewell my Brother, my friend. I will alway remember your candor and sense of humor, your words of advice and encouragement . You will be surely missed. Rest in peace. Bro. L. Gibbons
Posted by Amos Britton on 18th May 2015
I will always remember you Butch for your candor and dry humor as you rode home with me after each meeting. You often reminded me of the good old days in Wortmanville (Packu Dam). Your insight was and still is quite an inspiration for me. I will truly miss you. Bro. A.. Britton.

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