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District Deputy Grand Master
Kevin and his three siblings were born and raised in Oshawa, ON, to parents George and Robin Wilson. He is currently employed as a Sr. Business Analyst with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for the last 5 years, having spent the previous 15 years with the Ontario Ministry of Finance.
Growing up as a youth, Kevin had many hobbies that included Scouting, hunting & fishing with his father and grandfather, and a proud member of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets during his formative teenage years. However, it was at the age of 10 he realized his passion for the Great Highland Bagpipes and started his tutoring lessons with the Bowmanville Legion Pipes and Drums, where he remained a member for over 20 years including 5 years as Pipe Major. Kevin was a competitive Piper for over 20 years, competing with various pipe bands at Highland Games across North America. In giving back to the Cadet youth program, he spent a number of years as an Officer, overseeing the music program at the local Cadet Corps.
Kevin met his wife Ashleigh in 2010, and are now married with two beautiful children, Olivia and Lathan. They love spending time together up north at their trailer or attending the many local community events and festivals.
Kevin joined Durham Lodge No. 66 in Newcastle, ON, in 2005, being the first known Wilson family member to join Freemasonry. He served as Master of Durham Lodge in 2011, in which year he had the pleasure of initiating his father into the Craft. He joined the Valley of Peterborough Scottish Rite in 2013, and served as one of Ontario District’s official Pipers from 2005 through to 2018. Kevin has also actively involved in Masonry as the Co-chair of the Ontario District Golf Tournament, Chair of the Newcastle Blood Donors Clinic, Co-chair of the Durham Lodge Curling Spiel and Lodge Mentors and Education programs. In June of 2018, he had the honour of installing his father as Master of Durham Lodge with tremendous support of Ontario District.
Kevin looks forward to the Masonic year ahead, and from the foundation laid by his predecessors, continue to build-up and strengthen Ontario District.