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People

  1. 51. Denton Rebok

    (1897-1983). Educator, administrator. Born in Pennsylvania, he served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for 44 years, 23 of which were given to China. ...
  2. 52. Frank Yost

    (1894-1958). Minister and teacher. He was baptized in 1921, and entered the colporteur work. In 1924 he married Esther Zimmer. ...
  3. 53. Glenn Calkins

    (1889-1962). Evangelist and conference administrator. When he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith in 1919 he gave up business interests and entered Pacific Union College to prepare for the minist ...
  4. 54. Harry Lowe

    (1893-1990). Minister and administrator. Born in Southampton, England, on Aug. 14, 1893, Harry W. Lowe became a pastor in Great Britain and served as president of the conference in the British Isles u ...
  5. 55. Alfred Peterson

    (1887-1971). Educator and departmental secretary. He was a native of Minnesota and attended Union College from 1905 to 1910. While there, he was baptized by Elder Luther Warren. ...
  6. 56. Frank Hommel

    (1875-1964). Founder of Seventh-day Adventist medical work in western Canada. He was born at Rochester, New York. In 1896, when about 21 years old, he became a Seventh-day Adventist. ...
  7. 57. C. Bond

    (1888-1971). Youth leader, administrator. Bond was a native of California and received his education at Pacific Union College. ...
  8. 58. David Baasch

    (1921-1987). Missionary, administrator. He was born in Puerto Rico, the son of missionaries. After graduation from Pacific Union College in 1943, he married Iva N. Munson. ...
  9. 59. Alonzo Wearner

    (1892-1964). Missionary, teacher, author. He was born in Colorado and took nurse’s training at St. Helena Sanitarium and Hospital, graduating in 1914. ...
  10. 60. Edward Banks

    (1907-1993). Pastor, educator, counselor. A native of Georgia, he pastored churches in Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, and Illinois. ...
  11. 61. Godfrey Anderson

    (1909-1986). Physician, administrator. Born in Chicago, as a young man he taught history at Kingsway College for two years. ...
  12. 62. Eric Hare

    (1894-1982). Missionary, writer, administrator, storyteller. Born in Victoria, Australia, the second son of Pastor and Mrs. ...
  13. 63. William Nelson

    (1883-1953). Educator and treasurer. He received his B.S. degree from Union College (1904) and did graduate work at the University of Nebraska. ...
  14. 64. Edmund Rudge

    (1886-1960). Administrator, missionary. He was born in Tasmania, attended the Avondale School for Christian Workers from 1898 to 1901, and in 1904 began training as a nurse at the Sydney Sanitarium. ...
  15. 65. Daniel Walther

    (1902-1985). Educator, administrator. Born in Algeria, he served as publishing director in Switzerland; as a teacher and president of Seminaire Adventiste du Saleve in Collonges, France; as history te ...
  16. 66. Walter Murray

    (1894-1983). Educator, administrator. Born in Iowa, he served in the educational field in South America, was principal of the Juliaca school in Peru, president of the Austral Union Conference, preside ...
  17. 67. William Benjamin

    (1884-1969). Pioneer in General Conference insurance. He was a native of Michigan and entered denominational employ in 1931, serving as business manager of Southern Missionary College. ...
  18. 68. Francis Clifford

    (1899-1972). Administrator in Trans-Africa and Australia. Francis Clifford was born in Bath, England, and was baptized in 1913. ...
  19. 69. Floyd Rittenhouse

    (1905-1993). Teacher, administrator. Born in Montana, the oldest in a family of seven children, he attended church school and academy at Mount Ellis Academy, graduating in 1922. ...
  20. 70. Clifford Bauer

    (1891-1964). Conference worker, missionary, administrator. Bauer was a native of Michigan. He joined the church in 1917 and entered its employ in 1920, serving as secretary-treasurer of the West Virgi ...
  21. 71. Arthur Roth

    (1911-1982). Evangelist, administrator. Born in Missouri, he attended school for a while in Canada, then went to Walla Walla College, where he received his degree in theology. ...
  22. 72. Vernon Becker

    (1908-1989). Evangelist, pastor, administrator. Born in Kansas, he began evangelistic work in Texas in 1929 and received his degree from Union College in Nebraska in 1932. ...
  23. 73. Evabelle Winning

    (1903-1992). Dean of women. Born near Healdsburg, California, during the Great Depression, she was offered a full-time position with a large company that would have required her to work on Sabbath. ...
  24. 74. Jean Nussbaum

    (1888-1967). Physician, religious liberty secretary, friend of popes and world leaders, defender of the consciences and rights of millions. He was born Nov. ...
  25. 75. 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 South ...

People

Denton Rebok

Frank Yost

Glenn Calkins

Harry Lowe

Alfred Peterson

Frank Hommel

C. Bond

David Baasch

Alonzo Wearner

Edward Banks

Godfrey Anderson

Eric Hare

William Nelson

Edmund Rudge

Daniel Walther

Walter Murray

William Benjamin

Francis Clifford

Floyd Rittenhouse

Clifford Bauer

Arthur Roth

Vernon Becker

Evabelle Winning

Jean Nussbaum

Wilton Baldwin

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