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Anderson Named to Masonic Leadership Post
PARKER, Pa. – Right Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania S. Eugene Herritt has appointed Quient A. Anderson, of Hillards, Pa., the District Deputy Grand Master for Masonic District 52.
(Pictured: Quient A. Anderson and S. Eugene Herritt.)
Anderson’s role is to support Masonic programs and policies, oversee operations of the eight Masonic lodges within his district (located in Brookville, Clarion, DuBois, Knox, New Bethlehem, Parker, Punxsutawney and Reynoldsville), counsel and advise members, and arbitrate concerns.
Anderson’s official presentation will take place January 20, at 7:00 p.m., at Parker Allegheny Canby Lodge No. 521, 102 Ludlow Avenue, Parker, Pa.
Anderson is a graduate of Moniteau High School. He is a senior systems administrator for Keypoint Government Solutions, Slippery Rock, and has volunteered at the Marion Township Volunteer Fire Company since 2008.
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