Cuno Crager

(1886-1945). Mission administrator, educator. A graduate of South Lancaster Academy (1907), he was preceptor of Mount Vernon Academy (1907-1908); principal of Claremont Union College, Capetown (1909-1915); educational, Missionary Volunteer, and Sabbath school secretary of the Austral Union in Argentina (1916-1920). Ordained to the ministry in 1920, he was president of the Chile Conference (1920-1923); educational, Missionary Volunteer, and Sabbath school secretary of the South American Division (1923-1929); educational secretary of the Central Union (1929); associate educational secretary in the General Conference (1930-1935); superintendent of the Central American Union Mission (1935-1941); superintendent of the Central Colombia Mission (1941). He supervised erection of buildings for Cole...

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

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