Wilton Baldwin

(1910-1970). Educator, missionary. A native of California, he received his education in Western schools, Walla Walla and Pacific Union colleges, the University of Portland, and the University of Southern California. He began his career in 1932 as a teacher, and in the following years served in that capacity at Vallejo, California, as principal of the St. Helena Sanitarium School and Pacific Union College Preparatory School, as boys’ dean at Lodi Academy, and principal of Golden Gate Academy. He and his wife, Ruth, were missionaries in the Far East for a time. He also served as educational superintendent in the Southeastern California, Central California, and Oregon conferences. In 1959 he joined the staff of the Pacific Union Conference. Baldwin was instrumental in the establishment of t...

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

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