Our Lodge officers fulfill duties that are both historical and modern. We use honorifics such as "Worshipful" because our modern organization dates back 3 centuries to the year 1717 in England. The British use "Worshipful" rather than "Honorable", and it's used in the New England states as well.
The Worshipful Master is responsible for the Lodge, like the president of the group; the Wardens assist him. The Treasurer, Secretary, and Chaplain fulfill traditional roles; the Deacons escort brothers around the Lodge and carry messages. The Marshal performs the National Flag ceremony and announces the proclamations of the Master. The Stewards historically prepared and served meals to the brethren, but now escort candidates. The Tyler is the officer that makes sure brothers sign the guestbook and have on their aprons, and ensures that no one disrupts the meeting except as the rules provide.