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Leon Bishop Senter

Leon Bishop Senter, American architect. Recipient certificate of merit Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1944. member of the board design Tulsa Civic Center; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Oklahoma Society Mayflower Descendants, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, National Council Architectural Registration Bds. (certificate of award 1957).

Background

  • Senter, Leon Bishop was born on March 5, 1889 in Morris, Kansas, United States. Son of James Madison and Emma Jane (Smith) Senter.

  • Education

    • Owner Leon Senter & Associates, architects and engrs., Tulsa, since 1933.

    Career

    • President of the board govs.

    Politics

    Baptists should be faithful ambassadors of reconciliation in their personal relationships and local communities as they demonstrate the power of the Gospel to reconcile all persons in Christ.

    Religion

    The two greatest commandments are to "love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with your entire mind" and to "love your neighbor as yourself.".

    Denomination: Baptist

    Views

    Your desires, ambitions, goals, and purpose change as you begin to enjoy a close walk with a living God. These changes are different for each individual, and the journey needs to be taken a step at a time.

    Membership

    Member of the board design Tulsa Civic Center. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member Oklahoma Society Mayflower Descendants, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, National Council Architectural Registration Bds.

    (certificate of award 1957). Clubs: Petroleum, Press (honorary life.

    Connections

    • Married Maudean Houghton, November 2, 1910. Children: Leon Bishop, Nina Lois, June Evelyn (Mistress Philip W. Perryman).
    • father: James Madison Senter
    • mother: Emma Jane (Smith) Senter
    • spouse: Maudean Houghton
    • children: Leon Bishop Senter
    • Nina Lois Senter
    • June Evelyn Senter (Mistress Philip W. Perryman)
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    Born March 5, 1889
    Died September 16, 1965
    (aged 76)
    Nationality

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