Elks Lodge No. 129 honors ‘Bus’ Creamer


Recently, Washington Court House Elks Lodge No. 129 honored member Robert “Bus” Creamer with a 66-year membership award. Creamer joined the Lodge in 1952 and has supported its activities in many different ways through all the years of his membership. If it is an Elk event, “Bus” will be there. Creamer (center) is pictured with his daughter, Crista, to his left and members of the Elks Lodge.


Recently, Washington Court House Elks Lodge No. 129 honored member Robert “Bus” Creamer with a 66-year membership award. Creamer joined the Lodge in 1952 and has supported its activities in many different ways through all the years of his membership. If it is an Elk event, “Bus” will be there. Creamer (center) is pictured with his daughter, Crista, to his left and members of the Elks Lodge.

Recently, Washington Court House Elks Lodge No. 129 honored member Robert “Bus” Creamer with a 66-year membership award. Creamer joined the Lodge in 1952 and has supported its activities in many different ways through all the years of his membership. If it is an Elk event, “Bus” will be there. Creamer (center) is pictured with his daughter, Crista, to his left and members of the Elks Lodge.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/06/web1_FullSizeR.jpgRecently, Washington Court House Elks Lodge No. 129 honored member Robert “Bus” Creamer with a 66-year membership award. Creamer joined the Lodge in 1952 and has supported its activities in many different ways through all the years of his membership. If it is an Elk event, “Bus” will be there. Creamer (center) is pictured with his daughter, Crista, to his left and members of the Elks Lodge.