Past State Representatives

 convention 2015 (396)Jr. Past State Representative Alison Wright

I have been a Triangle member since I was 12 years old. To me, Triangle is all about being one big family. Speaking of family, I am a twin to Krista Wright and a big sister to Mary-Margaret Wright, whom are both members of Triangle. I am also daughter to Karol Wright whom happens to be the Jr. Deputy of Bal-On-Sen Triangle #65, which is my home Triangle. I am currently attending college at Johnson and Wales University in Providence RI. I am a junior there and studying Sports/Entertainment/ Event Management in hopes of becoming an event coordinator in the future.

As for being State Representative for this beautiful organization, it is an exciting time! The charity I have chosen for this year is No Kid Left Hungry. It is an amazing charity that feeds hungry kind right here in America. The say that every dollar donated will give 10 meals to a hungry child, and since I myself can’t imagine being hungry, as well as many Triangle girls I know, I feel as though this charity is fitting. Throughout my year I will be selling pens ($2) to help fund this charity, so if you see me in my travels don’t forget to buy one!

I will travel as much as my boots will let me and look forward to seeing each and everyone of your awesome faces at the events I am able to attend. I hope to represent this organization proud!

In Triangle Love,

Alison Wright

State Representative 2015-16

All Past State Representatives of the Organization of Triangles Inc.

Year Name Triangle
1976 Debbie Tilley Green Bonne Amies #141
1977 Helen Blatz Harriman Flatbush # 67
1978 Milana Willey Pettingell Ionic # 94
1979 Carol Clements Bergeron Cybil Ludington # 144
1980 Lori Hess Reynolds Evelyn # 125
1981 Linda Betz Distel Mid-Hudson # 92
1982 Diana Helfrich Staten Island # 57
1983 Patricia Simons Needa-Bah # 98
1984 Wanda Watson Nungesser Fidelity # 4
1985 Diane Moses Vokmat Endicott # 43
1986 Laura Runkel Ionic # 94
1987 Ellen Stagnita Li-On-Co # 50
1988 S. Lynch Saratoga # 75
1989 Lisa Montante Kelly Lockport # 128
1990 Catherine Swanson Eckert Truth # 31
1991 Tracy Boucher Starlight # 115
1992 Christine Lange Rising Star # 69
1993 Heather Sickler Johnson Bal – On – Sen # 65
1994 Amy White Waterbury Lockport # 128
1995 Tricia Butcher Wilder Sunrise # 146
1996 Melissa DuBois Seeger Fidelity # 4
1997 Heather Allen Saratoga # 75
1998 Vicki Harper Endicott # 43
1999 Hope Wheeler Astarte # 142
2000 Erika Hansen Fidelity # 4
2001 Rachel Perkins Endicott # 43
2002 Megan Pentingell Saratoga # 75
2003 Candace Madison Acabbo Fides # 24
2004 Alissa Kane Meridian # 71
2005 Lena Dombrowski Lockport # 128
2006 Nicole Walker Thomsen Fides # 24
2007 Katy Northrup Endicott # 43
2008 Kristina Little Groff Lockport # 128
2009 Kellie Walker Fides # 24
2010 Megan Cummings Odell Lockport # 128
2011 Katherine Heller Sunrise # 146
2012 Stephanie Tuttle Amethyst # 203
2013 Shannon Rudolph Lockport # 128
2014 Allyson Callaghan Sunrise # 146
2015 Annie Parks Bal – On – Sen # 65
2016 Alison Wright Bal – On – Sen # 65


Past State Representative Annie Parks

To the members, Supervisors, and supporters of The Organization of Triangles, Inc.,
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 I would like to thank you for the love and support you have shown, not only to me, but to our entire Organization over the past year. I am so grateful to all of you who have made this year so fun and exciting and I am truly humbled by the wonderful opportunity to be your State Representative for 2014-2015.

Over the past year my goal has been to increase the communication between our youth Organization and the rest of our Masonic family. My motto, “Communication for a better O
rganization,” helped me develop stronger relationships throughout the state and truly strive to be closer to our Masonic family. The charity I chose to raise money for during my term was the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This well-deserving charity funds research to cure leukemia, myeloma, Hodgkin’s disease, and lymphoma. They strive to improve the lives of those living with these blood cancers and their families. Thanks to the tremendous amount of support I received during this year, I was able to raise $2,500 for this wonderful cause. Thank you so much to everyone who donated to this well deserving charity.

I am so elated to have been given the honor of representing our beautiful Organization around the state over the past year. I have seen the support for our Organization grow because of the increased communication over the past year and my only wish is for this to continue into the future. I know that with the support of our Masonic family our Organization will grow and continue to be an important influence on the young ladies into the future. I am so proud to be able to belong to such an inspiring Organization and my journey over the past year is something I will never forget. Thank you so much for your support and dedication to this Organization this year and always.

In Triangle Love,
Annie Parks
State Representative 2014-2015