Kena Shriners Divan


Jason W. Lotz

Illustrious Jason W. Lotz was born in Huntsville, TX and raised in cities and towns across the United States, before his family settled in Brunswick, GA. Illustrious Lotz moved to the area to attend George Mason University, and now resides in Springfield, Virginia. He has been employed by the Defense Department since 2004.

Illustrious Lotz was raised a Master Mason in Ocean Lodge No. 214 in Brunswick, Georgia. He is a Past Master of Elmer Timberman Lodge No. 54 in Annandale, Virginia. He is active in the York and Scottish Rites. At Kena Shriners he has served as Director of the Hillbilly Unit, is a member of the Camel Herders and an honorary member of the Legion of Honor.

Chief Rabban

Fred G. Soutter, Jr.

Noble Fred G. Soutter, Jr. is retired after a 37-year career in law enforcement.

He is a Past Master and Life Member of Fairfax Lodge #43 A.F. & A.M., Fairfax Royal Arch Chapter #13 and member of James Monroe Chapter No. 549 National Sojourners and Heroes of '76. He is a Knights Templar at large and a member of Hay Market Chapter No. 123 Order of the Eastern Star. At Kena Shriners he is active in Stable 46 of the Camel Herders, a member of the Patriot Shrine Club and a Kena Shepherd.

Noble Soutter lives in Culpeper, Virginia with his wife, Lady Beverly, and has two children, and two grandchildren.

Assistant Rabban

Anthony "Tony" J. LaCava

Noble Tony “TJ” LaCava was born in Toledo, Ohio. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1984 and served as an Amphibious Assault Crewman with tours in California, North Carolina, Japan and at embassies in India and Morocco. After Desert Storm he relocated to Northern Virginia where he is a civilian employee with the executive branch of the federal government.

He is a Past Master and Life Member of Mt. Carmel Lodge No.133 in Warrenton, Virginia., a member of Hay Market Lodge No. 313 and active in several other Masonic organizations. He holds the York Rite Cross of Honor and the Ish Sodi award. At Kena Shriners he is a Past President and an active member of the Kena Klowns and also a Past President of the Mid-Atlantic Shrine Clown Association. He belongs to the Kena Legion of Honor and the Kena Shepherds.

Noble LaCava and his wife, Lady Yvonne, have two sons and reside in Bristow, Virginia.

High Priest & Prophet

James C. Love, V

Noble James "Jim" C. Love, V is a long-time resident of Northern Virginia and is a senior recruiter for YRCI in Fairfax, VA.

He was raised a Master Mason at Acacia Lodge No.16 in Clifton, VA and served as Master in 2016. He is active in the Kena Muleskinners and has served as President several times. He is also a cast member in the Ritualistic Divan and a member of the International Shrine Hillbillies in Pikeville, Kentucky. Prior to joining the Divan, Noble Love served as Marshall for Kena Shriners from 2017 through 2019.

Noble Love has four kids and he and Lady Mary Nell Chalk reside in Centreville, Virginia.

Oriental Guide

David C. McAndrews

Noble David C. McAndrews was born in Iowa and moved to Northern Virginia in 1985. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from The College of William and Mary and is a senior software developer at Ellucian in Reston, Virginia.

​Noble McAndrews was raised a Master Mason in Mannaseh Lodge No.182 in Manassas, Virginia and is a Past Master (2003). He serves as the 4th Masonic District Blood Drive Coordinator and is a 32° Scottish Rite Mason in the Alexandria Valley. He is an active member of Royal Arch Masons having served as High Priest of Fauquier Royal Arch Chapter #25 in 2007 and District Deputy Grand High Priest for the 17th Capitular District in 2012. At Kena Shriners he served as the Director of the Kena Klowns in 2001 and 2004. He also served as the Director of the Ritualistic Divan for 7 years.

​​Noble McAndrews and his wife, Lady Laura, reside in Centreville, Virginia. They have one daughter.


Eduard "EZ" Z. Reiter

Noble Eduard "EZ" Reiter was born and raised in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvannia, the “Weather Capital of The World”. He is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and works for Chantilly Crushed Stone in Chantilly, Virginia.

Noble Reiter was raised in John W. Jenks Lodge No. 534 in Punxsutawney and served as Master in 2003. He moved to the area in August of 2004. He is a member of Hay Market Lodge No. 313 where he serves as Treasurer. He has been the Treasurer for Kena Shriners since 2009.

He resides in Haymarket, Virginia.


Dwight "Nick" A. Nichols

Noble Dwight A. “Nick” Nichols has served as the recorder for Kena Shriners since May of 2013. He was raised a Master Mason at Acacia Lodge No. 16 in Clifton, Virginia. Additionally, he is a 32° Scottish Rite Mason in the Alexandria Valley. He is Past President of the Kena Muleskinners and is a member of the Legion of Honor, Kena Yacht Club, Kena Klowns, Ritualistic Divan, Camel Herders and the Epicurean Chuckwagon.

Noble Nichols served in the United States Army from 1989–1992. He resides in Manassas, Virginia with his wife, Lady Jaimie.


Noble Jeffrey St. Onge

1st Ceremonial Master

Noble John McDowall

2nd Ceremonial Master

Noble William "Kirk" Lang

Temple Director

Noble Peter G. Cutler

Temple Marshall

Noble Peter S. Jensen

Captain of the Guard

Noble Michael T. Huff

Outer Guard

Noble Rev. Dr. Richard E. Saunders


Noble Timothy S. Groves

Chief Aide to the Potentate

Noble Kevin J. Hall

Personal Aide to the Potentate