50 years of Masonic service honored

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Turin Lodge #337 Master Gene Alford, left, honors Allen Smith, his wife JoNell, Ralph Haynes and his wife Brenda for Smith’s and Haynes' 50 years of Masonic service. 


Turin Lodge #337, Free & Accepted Masons, recently presented aprons and certificates to Wilbur Allen Smith and Ralph Brown Haynes Jr. for 50 years of Masonic service.

Haynes joined Turin Lodge May 3, 1963, and was Master of the lodge in 1976. He is retired from William L Bonnell Co. in Newnan.

Smith joined Ornan Lodge in Williston, Fla., March 18, 1963. He transferred to Turin Lodge in 1987 and was Master in 1991. He is retired from the Coweta County School System.

District Deputy to the Grand Master Gene Alford presented the awards honoring both men for their dedication and service to the craft and the community.



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