Charles Sumner Heinline, PM, was born in Philadelphia on November 17, 1871. Brother Heinline moved to Washington, DC at 6, went to public school in the city, and graduated from Spencerian Business College. He worked first as a clerk, then trained as a printer with the Government Printing Office, eventually moving to its State Department branch. He was initiated, passed, and raised in Lebanon Lodge #7 on: February 18, 1898; April 15, 1898; and August 4, 1899, respectively. He was exalted in Eureka Chapter #4, a member of Martha Chapter #4, OES, and an active member of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. Illness caused him to move, around 1910, to Roseburg, Oregon. Our Brethren described him as an “earnest and conscientious Mason and was never as happy as when engaged in work for the lodge”.