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Frederick Curtis Fowler. II

Frederick Curtis Fowler, II, American clergyman. Recipient special award United Nations Chaplains’ Association, 1954; Christian Crusade award, 1966; named Distinguished Son of Denver, Colorado, 1959.

Background

  • II, Frederick Curtis Fowler, was born on December 2, 1901 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of Frederick Curtis and Mary Mulvina (McConnell) F.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1924, Master of Arts, 1927. Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Seminary, 1927. Doctor of Letters, Colorado College, 1937.

      Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Burton College, 1949.

    Career

    • Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1927. Stated supply Woodside Church, Buck Company, Pennsylvania, 1925-1927, Hopewell (New Jersey) Church, 1927. Minister English Church, Marietta, Pennsylvania, 1927-1930, First Church, Mount Union, Pennsylvania, 1930-1936, Knoxville Church, Pittsburgh, 1936-1954, First Church, Duluth, Minnesota, 1954, 68.

      Visiting professor Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi, 1969. Moderator Pittsburgh Presbytery, 1947, chairman ministerial relations, Duluth Presbytery, 1956-1959, moderator Presbytery of Duluth, 1967. Member of the council, chairman, committee social education and action Pennsylvania Synod, 1949-1952.

      Delegate to Holland, to form World’s Evangelical.

    Works

    • Author articles religious journals Frequent broadcaster nat. networks, television.

    Membership

    Fellowship, 1951, 53, 56. Member World Relief Commission. Vice chairman All American Conference Combat Communism, 1950-1953.

    Served as chaplain United States Navy Reserve, Okinawa and Pacific, 1944-1946, now retired. Member of National Association Evangs. (executive president 1950-1951, president 1950-1952, chairman nat. commission evangelical action 1948-1960.

    Club: Princeton (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Anna Williams Bucher, March 14, 1928. Children: Mary Mulvina (Mistress James Zitzman), Reverend Frederick Curtis III, Rosalie Ann (Mistress Gordon Arnold), and Paul Bucher.
    • father: Frederick Curtis F.
    • mother: Mary Mulvina (McConnell) F.
    • spouse: Anna Williams Bucher
    • children: Mary Mulvina II (Mistress James Zitzman)
    • Reverend Frederick Curtis III
    • Rosalie Ann II (Mistress Gordon Arnold)
    • and Paul Bucher II
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    Born December 2, 1901
    Died May 24, 1969
    (aged 67)
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