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Olavi Eino Rouhe

Olavi Eino Rouhe, Finnish retired, editor-in-chief. License translator (English to Finnish). Recipient Silver medal Central Chamber of Commerce, 1977. Municipal councillor Aitolahti commune, Tampere, 1964-1965. Member Suomen Kääntäjien ja Tulkkien liitto (Translators Association).

Background

  • Rouhe, Olavi Eino was born on April 30, 1934 in Salo, Finland. Son of Eino Fredrik Rouhe and Mia Emilia (Söderström) Rosengren.

  • Education

    • Graduate High School.

    Career

    • Editor Kirjatoimi Public Company, Helsinki, 1957-1961. Editor Kirjatoimi, Tampere, Finland, 1962-1967. Editor-in-chief Nykyaika, 1968-1981, 92—.

      President Schools Development Authority West-Finland Conference, 1981-1983. Secretary general Schools Development Authority Finland Union, Turku, Finland, 1984-1986. President Seventh Day Adventist Church in Finland, 1986-1992.

      Chairman board directors Kirjatoimi, 1986-1992, Toivonlinna, Piikkiö, 1986-1992, Hopeaniemi, Vihti, 1986-1992.

    Major achievements

    • License translator (English to Finnish).

    Works

    • Author: Jumalan Israel, 1961, Yksi lauma ja yksi paimen, 1968, (with Doctor Henning Karström) Kirjeitä uskosta ja elämästä, 1980, Mies Hengen virrassa, 1995, Evankeliumia eurooppalaisille, 1996, Ilmestyskirja—kaikkien aikojen suurin draama, 1998.

    Religion

    Denomination: Seventh Day Adventist

    Membership

    Municipal councillor Aitolahti commune, Tampere, 1964-1965. Member Suomen Kääntäjien ja Tulkkien liitto (Translators Association).

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, writing.

    Connections

    • Married Anna-Liisa Helle, September 25, 1955. Children: Esa, Ari, Mia, Oke.
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    Born April 30, 1934
    • 1957 - 1961
      Editor Kirjatoimi Public Company
      Helsinki, Southern Finland, Finland
    • 1962 - 1967
      editor Kirjatoimi
      Tampere, Western Finland, Finland
    • 1968 - 1981
      editor-in-chief Nykyaika
    • 1981 - 1983
      president, Schools Development Authority West-Finland Conference
    • 1984 - 1986
      secretary, general Schools Development Authority Finland Union
      Turku, Western Finland, Finland
    • 1986 - 1992
      president, Seventh Day Adventist Church in Finland

    Award