Bio: RWG Trustee Robertson

Right Worshipful Grand Trustee Freddie A. Robertson

Spouse: Sister Janice Marie
Children: 5
Grand children: 2

Associate of General Studies, Central Texas College, 1991
Bachelor of Science – Computer Science, university of Maryland, 1996
Master of Arts – Computer resource Management, WebsterUniversity, 1996
Master of Science – Cyber Security and Information Assurance Specialization, National University, 2015
EducationalDoctorate course work-Walden University, 2005

Raised December 1997, Lion of Judah No. 94, Washington Jurisdiction
Demitted, 1998, Bethel Lodge No. 846, Fayetteville, NC
Arched, July 2017, Duncan J. Whitted Chapter No. 80
Advanced, December 2000, JC Logan Consistory No. 114, Northern Jurisdiction
Demitted, 2002, Edward Evans Consistory No. 196, Southern Jurisdiction
Created, 2001, As Salam Temple No. 215, Seoul, S Korea
Transferred, 2002, Kindah temple No. 62, Fayetteville, NC
Elevated, October 2007, United Supreme Council, TN

Positions Served:
KOP Advisor, East Freedom Council No. 33, Raeford
Worshipful Master, Bethel Lodge No. 846
Commander-in-Chief, Edward Evans Consistory No. 196
Illustrious Potentate, Kindah Temple No. 196
Treasurer, Lower Piedmont, Scottish Rite of NC
Asst Treasurer, G Wesley Allen COD, Scottish Rite of NC
DDGM, District No. 15 PHA
Past Patron, Crown Scepter No. 675 OES

NAACP, Fayetteville, NC
VFW Post 6018, Lifetime Member
Retried Military Association (RMA) of NC, Fayetteville
New Mission Baptist Church, Fayetteville, NC
Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Lifetime member, Fayetteville, NC


Brother Freddie A. Robertson born in Clover, VA to Fred and Lena Robertson. In 1981, he graduated from high school and enlisted in the Army. He spent over 23 years active duty attaining the rank of First Sergeant/ E8.

Brother Robertson has served as a Math tutor and volunteer with the Upward Bound Program at Fayetteville State University. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at Campbell University, Fayetteville technical Community College, INovaTech, and Central Texas College (several campuses). He also attempted to run for office in the local political arena before becoming a Federal employee with the Department of the Army. Presently, he serves as a tactical communications IT Specialist assessor (traveler) with FORSCOM G6 at Ft Bragg.

Brother Robertson is deeply rooted in the community of Fayetteville with many public accomplishments. He loves helping another and wants to see this Grand lodge grow and progress.

Brother Robertson is married to Janice from Louisiana. Their children are Phillip, Andrea, Janecia, Elias, and Alexis. Their grandchildren are Nicholas and Phauns.