Senior Steward (SS)
His jewel is also the Cornucopia, an exact duplicate of the Junior Steward’s jewel. The Cornucopias signify a “Horn of Plenty”, filled with fresh fruits and vegetables to denote the “fruits of one’s labors” and representing "a job well done".
The Senior Steward of a Masonic Lodge is an appointed officer of the Lodge. He also understudies the Junior Deacon’s position, filling in for the Junior Deacon when he is absent.
The Junior Deacon’s principle role is to prepare candidates during ritual, escort them to the Lodge room and assist the Senior Deacon. In their entry-Officer positions, both the Senior and Junior Stewards typically handle kitchen duties and act as wait staff for the members.
The Senior Steward’s position is similar to that of a Supervisor.