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August Mccurdy Hintz

August Mccurdy Hintz, American clergyman.

Background

  • Hintz, August Mccurdy was born on April 14, 1914 in Syracuse, Missouri, United States. Son of Fredrick Jacob and Alice (McCurdy) Hintz.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, William Jewell College, 1936, Doctor of Divinity, 1948. Bachelor of Divinity, Colgate Rochester Division School, 1939. Doctor of Hebrew Literature (honorary) Sioux Empire College, 1966.

      Postgraduate American Baptist Seminary, 1969. Doctor of Divinity, Linfield College.

    Career

    • Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1939. Pastor, Buckner, Missouri, 1934-1936, Pittsford, New York, 1937-1939. Associate pastor, Dayton, O., 1939-1941.

      Pastor, Sioux Falls, South Dakot, 1941-1953, North Shore Baptist Church, Chicago, 1953-1963. Minister First Baptist Church Seattle, to 1976. Lecturer Redpath Bureau, Associate.

    Works

    • Co-author: One Blood. Contributor to Ministers’ Encyclopedia.

    Membership

    Clubs: conductor radio counseling series The Pastor’s Study, World's Greatest Newspaper, Chicago, 1956-1958, devotional programs Power for Living, WMAQ, 1958-1959, Outline for Living, 1962. Member program committee American Baptist Convention, 1968-1969. Board of directors Alcohol Problem Association.

    Member Newcomen Society England. Mason (32 degree, Shriner). Clubs: Washington Athletic, Swedish of Seattle.

    Connections

    • Married Dorothy Storm, June 22, 1939. Children: John McCurdy, Judith Leigh Cox, Robert August and William August (twins).
    • father: Fredrick Jacob Hintz
    • mother: Alice (McCurdy) Hintz
    • spouse: Dorothy Storm
    • children: John McCurdy Hintz
    • Judith Leigh Cox Hintz
    • Robert August and William August Hintz (twins)
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    Born April 14, 1914
    Died February 25, 1976
    (aged 61)
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