The Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis was founded on April 25th, 1973 by ten charter members. These members came together and believed that the Scottish-American community in St. Louis needed an organization to preserve their cultural heritage and so the St. Andrew Society was born. As part of its goals, the society was established to promote Scottish history, heritage, and patriotism, for educational, cultural, and charitable causes. Wherever Scots roam, we offer everyone our hospitality and fellowship with a shared heritage and love of Scotland.
William A. Stirrat President
William E. Sandbach First Vice President
John A. Calhoun Second Vice President
Hazel Craig Third Vice President
Frances Stirrat Recording Secretary
Thomas J.B. Brennan Corresponding Secretary
George Korte, Sr. Financial Secretary
Robert Murray Attorney
Rev. Thom Hunter Chaplain
Agnes Stirrat Historian
For over 40 years, the Society has sponsored educational and entertainment events and organizations in the St. Louis region and continues to do so into the 21st century. We have embarked on new projects and endeavors, while keeping our heritage alive and Scottish roots strong.
We encourage all our members to learn about Scotland, their ancestry, and share such knowledge with other Scottish-Americans. If there’s something you’d like to see the society accomplish, sponsor, or just want to learn more, visit our Contact page and send us a message!
Burns Dinner, 2017