Ser­vice is val­ued

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WOR­SHIP­FUL Brother Trevor Lar­combe has been re­warded for his 35years of ser­vice to the Biggen­den Ma­sonic Lodge, with the pre­sen­ta­tion of a sec­re­tary’s jewel.

Pre­sent­ing the jewel, Right Wor­ship­ful Brother Don Dowl­ing said “I trust you will wear it with pride”.

Mr Dowl­ing said Mr Lar­combe joined the ma­sonry on April 21, 1977.

“He un­der­took three de­grees be­fore trans­fer­ring to Ayr through his job with the Queens­land Am­bu­lance Ser­vice,” he said.

“He re­turned to Bund­aberg in 1986 and hasn’t stopped coming back to his mother lodge, Biggen­den, where he was the wor­ship­ful master in 1994 and 1995.”

In recog­ni­tion of her help and sup­port with ca­ter­ing at monthly meet- ings and in­stal­la­tions, Mr Lar­combe’s wife Hazel was pre­sented with a framed cer­tifi­cate and bou­quet of flow­ers.

Mr Lar­combe said he was over­whelmed with the gen­eros­ity. He de­scribed his wife as “his back­bone for 54 years”.

“I am ap­pre­cia­tive of the fact ev­ery­one un­der­stands the sit­u­a­tion and why I re­signed,” he said.

Photo: Contributed

FAREWELL: Trevor and Hazel Lar­combe are ac­knowl­edged for their sup­port of the Biggen­den Ma­sonic Lodge for many years.

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