Central Division
DISTRICT TEAM - KAPITI-WELLINGTON DISTRICT
Mick Turner
District Grand Master
Mick was a career Police Officer in London’s Metropolitan Police where he served for 27 years in many roles including Firearms and Road Death Investigation. He rose to the rank of Detective Chief Inspector and during this time met Caroline (a Kiwi on her OE) and got married prior to moving to New Zealand in 2008.

Mick has four children, two from a previous marriage, Fiona 34 and Katie 31 and now has two more Louisa 9 and David 6. He also has four Grandchildren who all live in Scotland.

Mick now runs his own company, Cratos Limited, which provides safety and security solutions.

Mick was initiated into Mill Hill Lodge No.3574 (meets Great Queens Street, London) on 15th February 2005, passed on 15th November that year and raised on 21st February 2006.

Upon his move to New Zealand he joined Empire Fergusson Lodge No 225 where he progressed through the roles and was installed in the Chair in 2013. He completed two years as the Master of Empire Fergusson taking the IPM role in 2015.

He was promoted to Grand Steward in 2016 and has been active within the District promoting many of the charitable projects.

His hobbies include fishing, shooting and classic cars as well as looking after the lifestyle block where he lives with his family.
Bill Taylor
Grand Steward
Bill has worked for the Medical Council of New Zealand as ICT Team Leader since 1998. He is divorced and has 3 adult children Amy, Ian and Michael. Bill joined New Zealand Pacific Lodge No 2 in 2008, The Coronation Lodge No 127 in 2015 and has been Master of both lodges.

He is currently Secretary of New Zealand Pacific. He is a member of Brooklyn Royal Arch Chapter and Charles Fergusson Priory. Bill was a member Royal NZ Artillery of the Territorial Army for 23 years and his current hobbies include watching cricket, umpiring hockey and the odd game of golf.
Ken Stokes
Grand Tyler
Ken is retired, having worked for over 45 as a Business Analyst and in other roles in HR Systems, Payroll, IT and Finance, in the Post Office/NZ Post, Housing NZ, Land Information NZ and Kiwibank. Ken is originally from the Bay of Islands and has lived in Wellington for the past 50 years. He is married to Sharyn and they have three adult daughters.

He enjoys gardening, DIY projects, history, cooking and walks. Ken and Sharyn enjoy visits to Japan to walk through the countryside, and gaining an appreciation of the culture and food. Ken was initiated into Westminster Lodge No. 308 in 2000, and subsequently joined Zetland No. 312 The Coronation Lodge No. 127 and the Maori Brethren Association. He values the history of each and the differences in the ritual they offer, but above all it is the diversity of membership, cultures and “family” that each offer. Ken is also a member of the Royal Arch. He is the Secretary for the Wellington Rose Croix District and a member of three Chapters.
Clive Lloydd
Senior Grand Deacon
Clive has recently retired from his own engineering consultancy practice. Born and bred in Auckland, Clive moved to Wellington with his family to take up a senior position in NZ Telecom (now Spark) after working in UK.

Clive was initiated into Empire Fergusson Lodge No.225 in 1999. He is also a member of Tutanekai Hinemoa Royal Arch Chapter No.92.

Outside of his family and Freemasonry, Clive’s interests include home DIY, brass banding, overseas travel, genealogy, and yachting.
Matthew Dyer
Grand Steward
I currently work for the IRD as the Service leader in the Service Operations Centre and I'm also part of the Senior Leadership Team. I'm married to Rebecca (Becs) and have two young children - George and Abbey. I'm an avid Judoka at Koizumi Kwai Judo Club in Petone and have recently represented the club at the national championships. I was initiated in to Freemasonry in 2010 in to New Zealand Pacific.

Circumstances changed a few years later which lead me to join Lodge Zetland, where I am the current master, I began my mastership back in 2016 and my current term finishes in April 2020. During my time in Freemasonry I have been part of many initiatives including the yearly Freemasons Charity Clay Bird Shoot which I organise and run with WBro James Martin in Martinborough, and joined the committee for the Freemasons Fuel Card. I strongly believe in the tenets and principals held within Freemasonry and continually promote these outside of the organisation. I really enjoy the friendships and fun we have inside and outside of the fraternity.
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