Resident Lloyd Hallman of Frederick Living received both the Emblem of Gold Pin and the Grand Master Pin for his 50 years as a member of the Freemasons of Pennsylvania at a ceremony held on Friday, November 9, 2012 at Frederick Living, Frederick, PA.
Lloyd has been a mason of Warren Lodge in Collegeville, PA since September 10, 1962. Surrounded by members of his family, friends, staff, and fellow masons from the Warren Lodge, Lloyd was presented with the Emblem of Gold Pin and the Grand Master Pin by David K. Beaulieu, District Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge F. & A.M. of Pennsylvania. Lloyd’s daughter, Sally Kay Holubec, had the honor of placing the Emblem of Gold Pin on her father. It was a great celebration as Lloyd recalled the fellowship and his involvement in community service with the masons over the years. He stated that the “fellowship and sense of community with his brothers has been extremely meaningful for him.” The celebration ended with a social time as everyone thanked Lloyd for over 50 years of service as a Freemason. “It was a great night and a great honor,” Hallman stated.