February 21, 2024
Delbert Musick Obituary, Delbert Musick Has Passed Away - Death

Delbert Musick Obituary, Delbert Musick Has Passed Away – Death

Delbert Musick Obituary, Death Cause – With heavy hearts, we share the news of the passing of our esteemed brother, Past Grand Master Delbert Ray Musick, who peacefully left us yesterday in Oklahoma. Del’s presence in our Masonic community was one of unwavering dedication, kindness, and leadership. His legacy will forever remain an inspiration to us all. Delbert R. “Del” Musick, born to Charles Franklin and Ora Dell (Anderson) Musick on April 14, 1941, in Burkburnett, Texas, enriched our lives with his wisdom and his commitment to Masonic values. Educated in various public school systems, Del embarked on a career as an over-the-road driver for Roadway Express, Inc., a journey that spanned from 1968 to his retirement in 2006.

Brother Musick’s devotion extended beyond his profession to his family. He was married to Lola Ruth Bennett on October 14, 1961, until her passing in June 2000. Their union brought forth the blessings of Leslie Dell Musick and Melynda Gaye Musick Duncan (Mark), and a cherished granddaughter, Lauren Ashley Stephens. On July 11, 2010, Del began a new chapter in his life by marrying Wilda Ann (Witt) Anderson in Temple, Oklahoma. His extended family grew to include Wilda’s sons Richard (Beverly) Trey and Lauren, and Bob (Vickie) Lindsey, Ashley, and Chance. Together, they shared their faith as members of Second Presbyterian Church.

Del’s Masonic journey was a testament to his dedication to our craft. He was an esteemed member of Oakville Lodge 599, where he was raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason on January 8, 1980. He transferred his membership to McLemore Avenue Lodge 715, rising to the position of Worshipful Master in 1985. His commitment to the Scottish Rite was evident as he ascended through the degrees, culminating in his coronation as a 33° Inspector General Honorary. Del’s involvement extended to the York Rite, where he was exalted in Penn Council 22, greeted in Eureka Chapter 6, and knighted in St. Elmo Commandery 4, all in the year 1980. His legacy will forever be a testament to his tireless dedication and the honorable spirit he brought to these orders.

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