Pearl Rees

(1878-1966). Teacher, preceptor, dean. In 1898 she completed the normal course at Union College and that fall taught the first church school in Denver, Colorado. Later she served as secretary and bookkeeper in local conference offices. In 1910 she became secretary of the Atlantic Union Conference. In 1917 she accepted the work of preceptor of South Lancaster Academy and three years later took up the same work at Union College, a work that occupied 25 years of her life, broken only by short terms of service at Atlantic Union College and dean’s work at Glendale Sanitarium and Hospital.

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

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