Malcolm Campbell

(1874-1958). Minister, administrator. He was born on Prince Edward Island, Canada, and married Ida Lillian Frohmader in 1897. From 1895 to 1906 he held various pastorates, among them that of the Battle Creek church. With his appointment as president of the Iowa Conference in 1908 began a succession of administrative positions that lasted until his retirement. He became president of the Eastern Canadian Union (1912), and of the British Union Conference (1917). On his return to North America in 1922, he became assistant secretary of the General Conference until he became secretary of the Bureau of Home Missions (1924). On the uniting of the Eastern and Western Canadian unions in 1932, he became the first president of the Canadian Union. He became president of the North American Division in 1...

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