Peter Null recognized for half century of Masonic service

Peter Null recognized for half century of Masonic service. At a recent meeting of Columbia Lodge, Larry Derr, District Deputy Grand Master of Pennsylvania recognized Null for his 50 years in Freemasonry by presenting a 50 year emblem of gold   to mark this occasion from the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.

Null served Columbia Lodge as Worshipful Master in 1970 and 1997 and  continues today as a Lodge Trustee.

Very active in other Masonic bodies, he is a member of the Lancaster Lodge of Perfection serving as Secretary for the last 13 years,   member of Harrisburg Consistory, and in 2001 was coroneted a 33° Sovereign Grand Inspectors General.

His other Masonic activities include membership in the Lancaster Royal Arch Chapter, Lancaster Commandery,   First Capital York Rite College, Red Cross of Constantine, High Twelve and Zembo Shrine.

Null and his wife Marlene reside in Mountville.

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