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People

  1. 76. Christian Sorenson

    (1874-1965). Teacher and pastor. A native of Denmark, he came to the United States in 1892. He became a Seventh-day Adventist by reading church literature and was in the first graduating class of the ...
  2. 77. Hubert Reed

    (1912-1989). Pastor, evangelist, conference administrator. Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, he gained his education at Southwestern Junior College and Union College. ...
  3. 78. Walter Moffett

    (1879-1976). Born in Townsend, Delaware, he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist truth as a youth and was baptized in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1897. ...
  4. 79. Franke Cobban

    (1886-1974). Nurse and administrator. A native of South Dakota, she entered denominational work in 1904 at Battle Creek Sanitarium. ...
  5. 80. Chester Cross

    (1913-1981). Administrator. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, he served the church for 45 years, mostly in the publishing work in the Northern and Central unions. ...
  6. 81. George Belleau

    (1895-1964). Departmental secretary, administrator. A native of Quebec, he first came in contact with the teachings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1913. ...
  7. 82. Alfred Kranz

    (1900-1993). Born in South Australia, he studied at Adelaide University, Avondale College, and the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, where he earned his master’s in theology in 1948. He ta ...
  8. 83. Floyd Sanders

    (1904-1993). Pastor, conference president. Born in Gibson County, Indiana, he graduated from Emmanuel Missionary College (now Andrews University). ...
  9. 84. Rochelle Kilgore

    (1887-1993). Educator. Born on a cotton plantation in Georgia, she began teaching at age 17 for $15 a week. ...
  10. 85. Taylor Bunch

    (1885-1969). Author, pastor, executive, teacher. Born in Oregon, he attended law school and then felt the call to make the ministry his lifework. ...
  11. 86. Gordon Stevenson

    (1907-1968). Missionary, editor, administrator. He was born in the Eastern Cape town of Burghersdorp, South Africa, into the family of an Irish Protestant lay preacher. At an early age, while residing ...
  12. 87. Harry Lysinger

    (1884-1966). Departmental secretary and administrator. He began his denominational work in 1906 as a colporteur in Missouri, where he entered the ministry in 1907. ...
  13. 88. Clifford Anderson

    (1905-1967). Evangelist, missionary, medical writer, “Your Radio Doctor.” A native of Melbourne, Australia, Anderson began his service to the church in 1924 when he joined his brother Roy in an ev ...
  14. 89. Howard Detwiler

    (1889-1951). Administrator. After graduating from Mount Vernon College, he worked as an evangelist in the East Pennsylvania Conference until 1920. ...
  15. 90. Allen Ham

    (1889-1974). Missionary, vice president of the General Conference. In 1909 he completed a course in engineering at Walla Walla College and with his wife attended the Foreign Mission Seminary in Washin ...
  16. 91. C. Paddock

    (1891-1972). Author, publishing house manager. A native of Illinois, Paddock assumed the support of his mother at an early age after the death of his father. ...
  17. 92. Earl Hackman

    (1898-1951). Conference administrator, home missionary leader. Upon graduation from the Mount Vernon Academy in 1918, he entered home missionary work, first as an assistant secretary and later as secr ...
  18. 93. Merlin Neff

    (1906-1964). Educator, author, editor. Dr. Neff was chairman of the English Department at La Sierra College and had formerly served as book editor at the Pacific Press Publishing Association. ...
  19. 94. David Rees

    (1871-1949). Educator, editor. After graduating from Battle Creek College in 1895, he became secretary-treasurer of the Oklahoma Conference. ...
  20. 95. Walter Nelson

    (1888-1972). Administrator. He was born in Chicago, and was baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist Church when he was 19. In 1914 he married Eva Bowen. ...
  21. 96. Roy Cottrell

    (1878-1970). Missionary, author, pastor. He was born in New York state into a family of Adventist pioneers. ...
  22. 97. J. Monk

    (1940-1994). Editor, administrator. In 1971 he became one of the first Black Seventh-day Adventist chaplains in the United States Army. ...
  23. 98. Charles Weniger

    (1896-1964). Educator. In 1918 he graduated from Pacific Union College and taught at his alma mater until 1927. ...
  24. 99. William C. White

    (1854-1937). Editorial assistant and publishing manager for his mother, Ellen G. White. The third son of the family, known widely as W. C. (and to his intimates as Willie), he was born Aug. ...
  25. 100. George Butler

    (1834-1918). Minister, administrator. His grandfather was a Baptist preacher who had been governor of Vermont (1826-1828). ...

People

Christian Sorenson

Hubert Reed

Walter Moffett

Franke Cobban

Chester Cross

George Belleau

Alfred Kranz

Floyd Sanders

Rochelle Kilgore

Taylor Bunch

Gordon Stevenson

Harry Lysinger

Clifford Anderson

Howard Detwiler

Allen Ham

C. Paddock

Earl Hackman

Merlin Neff

David Rees

Walter Nelson

Roy Cottrell

J. Monk

Charles Weniger

William C. White

George Butler

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