Supreme Treasurer
Robert E. Saul, PSTC

Home Forest: Susquehanna Forest No. 199
Residence: Lock Haven, PA

Born on November 21, 1945 in Lykens, PA.
   Graduated from East Lycoming High School in Hughesville, PA in 1963, joined the U.S. Navy and served on active duty from 1963 until 1970. Graduated from the School of Cardiopulmonary Technology, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD in 1967.

Upon discharge from the Navy, Bob spent the next 25 years organizing, developing and implementing Cardiopulmonary Departments in central PA community hospitals. In 1995, he became President of Susquehanna Diagnostics, Inc. and most recently owned Nittany Ultrasound, Inc.  He retired in December of 2012.

Bob’s Masonic history includes serving as Worshipful Master in 1983, 1990, and 2008. He has been a Trustee for 19 years and currently serves as chairman.

He is a past Monarch of Zafar Grotto in South Williamsport, PA and has been treasurer since 2008.
He is a 42 year member of Irem Shrine and Clinton County Shrine Club.
He has been a member of the Scottish Rite for 42 years. He served on the Board for 6 years and is currently president of the Foundation.   He is Past Most Wise Master in the Chapter of Rose Croix and serves as a cast member in the 31st and 32nd degrees. He serves as Cast Director and Most Wise Master for the Feast of the Paschal Lamb.

He is a member and officer in the Royal Arch Chapter, Council of Royal and Select Master Masons of PA and Commandry.  He is a member of  York Rite College, Red Cross of Constantine, Royal Order of Scotland and National Sojourners.

Bob joined the Tall Cedars in 2000 and served as GTC in 2006. In 2008, he was appointed District Deputy of District #12 and served 7 years. In 2009, he received the District Deputy of the year award.  He is Past President of the District #12 Officers and Past Officers Association. He is a Life Member of the Tall Cedar Foundation and became a member of the Key Club in 2005.  He served as Supreme Tall Cedar in 2015.  In addition to serving as Supreme Treasurer, he continues to serve as District Deputy STC, and on the Special Activities and finance committees.

Bob is married and has a son Bob (who is also a Cedar) and two daughters, Dawn and Raychel. He also has 4 grandsons. In addition to other interests, Bob and his wife Mary, own and operate a 70 site campground in the pristine valley of Pine Creek in central PA.