M.W. CLYDE H HORTON JR
92ND GRAND MASTER
MOST WORSHIPFUL PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE
FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS STATE of NEW JERSEY
Clyde Haywood Horton, Jr., was born May 7, 1963 to Clyde Sr., and Josephine Horton in East Orange, NJ. Clyde was educated in the Newark Public School system, graduating from University High School in 1981. Clyde graduated from Bloomfield College in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting. Clyde has been married to Sister Nicole E. Mingo-Horton for 14 years. He has two (2) children, Amelya and James. Clyde has worked for the Internal Revenue Service for 30 plus years, currently as a Supervisory Revenue Officer. He has also held various positions with the Perry Funeral Home where he has worked for the past 40 years. Clyde Jr., was exposed to Masonry at a very young age by his father, Clyde Sr., a 34-year member of Trinity Lodge #33. Clyde Jr. was a member of Trinity Chapter Order of Pythagoreans from the ages of 10 to 16. Clyde was taught at an early age about charity, giving back, and being Thankful for Life’s Blessings. Clyde was raised a Master Mason in Trinity Lodge on May 13, 1995 and was elected to serve as Worshipful Master from 2002 to 2003. Clyde is a lifelong member of St. James A.M.E. Church in Newark. Where he also volunteered as an Auditor for the St. James Church Federal Credit Union. Clyde was also a past Cub Scout Leader of Troop 333, based at George Washington Carver Elementary School in Newark. Clyde also served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (C.A.S.A.) for Union County.