Elizabethtown, PA – On a wonderful Saturday at the Masonic Villages, the Quarterly Communication of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania witnessed the recognition of those exceptional Masonic brothers who were bestowed with the Master Builders Award. The award serves as a testament to the recipients dedication, skill, understanding, and commitment to the principles of Freemasonry.
The Master Builders Award, an esteemed honor in Pennsylvania Freemasonry, celebrates individuals who have exhibited exemplary proficiency and leadership within the craft. It serves as recognition to their knowledge, their understanding and embodiment of Masonic principles, as well as their contributions to the fraternity.
Brother John Phillips Jr., Brother David Kilhefner, and Brother Ted Leamy, three Masonic brothers of Lodge No. 43, (along with other attending Masons from around the state) were hailed and applauded by the esteemed gathering of Masonic brethren. Their names will forever be etched in the annals of Masonic history, alongside other Brothers who have received this distinguished accolade.
The Master Builders Award symbolizes a large milestone of their Masonic journey, recognizing their mastery of the teachings, and values that underpin the craft. It reflects their commitment to personal growth, their embodiment of Masonic principles, and their outstanding service to the Masonic community and society as a whole.
As the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania bestows this esteemed honor upon these three deserving brothers, it highlights the fraternity’s commitment to recognizing and celebrating excellence within its ranks. Their achievements serve as a beacon of inspiration for all Masonic brethren, inspiring them to strive for greatness and to make a lasting impact within the fraternity and the wider world.
Congratulations to our Brothers and all those who have achieved this award.
Respectfully submitted by: Brother K. Bray III, PM, Photos by: Worshipful Brother D. Scheid