Alf Karlman

(1903-1965). Treasurer of various fields. He was a native of Sweden and accepted the Seventh-day Adventist message when he was 21. He immediately enrolled in the Nyhytten School, which in those days was the training center for Swedish workers. Upon completion of his course in 1927 he entered the organized work as treasurer of the publishing house in Stockholm. He remained there until 1937, when he was appointed treasurer of what was then the East Nordic Union Conference, where he served until 1947. At this time he was appointed treasurer of the provisionally reorganized Northern European Division, with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. In a further reorganization in 1951 he became assistant treasurer of the division, which position he held until 1958, when he became treasurer. He was orda...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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