VBA Loop with multiple conditions on one sheet

LovePenguin

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Not sure if this is a duplicate question but couldn't seem to find it anywhere.

I have the following sample data:
ABCDEFGHI
1EMPLIDNAMEDeptLOCJOB TITLEEE STSEFFDTHIST EFFDTHIST EE STS
2123Doo, Scooby564564CDriverL4/28/20183/20/2017L
3123Doo, Scooby564564CDriverL4/28/20183/15/2017L
4456Jetson, Jane531531ProductionL4/28/20186/2/2017L
5456Jetson, Jane531531ProductionL4/28/20182/20/2017A
6456Jetson, Jane531531ProductionL4/28/20181/6/2017L
7456Jetson, Jane531531ProductionL4/28/20182/20/2012A
8789Bear, Grammy501501StockroomL10/18/201810/18/2018L
9789Bear, Grammy501501StockroomL10/18/20184/16/2018A
10789Bear, Grammy501501StockroomL10/18/20183/30/2018L
11321Fraggle, Mokey501501ProductionL6/2/20186/15/2007L
12321Fraggle, Mokey501501ProductionL6/2/20185/21/2007A

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What I need is a script for the following based on the sample data above:
I am trying to find the earliest date on a L row prior to an A.

So Jane Jetson is showing 2 separate L statuses. I need the earliest Hist EFFDt from the latest L status (ie: 6/2/17) to be placed in the farthest column to the right (doesn't matter which line but I need all other lines for the employee to either be blank or that date). Once it finds that it needs to move on to Grammy Bear. You will notice that Scooby Doo doesn't have any A status. Therefore I need it to recognize that 3/15/17 is the correct date I need not 3/20/17.

I think I need several DoUntil Loops in addition to some offsets. However, I am a total newbie at VBA with only basic knowledge of Macros and a few reference books. I can't seem to figure out how to put it all together.

Please help!
 

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