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Religious studies educator

Alfred Dewayne Hill, religious studies educator. Member Shelby County Interfaith, Memphis, 1990, Progressive National Convention, Washington, 1970, National Conference Black Churchmen, Washington, 1976. Member Tennessee Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Memphis Baptist Minister's Association, Operation People United to Save Humanity, Masons.

Background

Hill, Alfred Dewayne was born on December 7, 1947 in Chattanooga. Son of Frances and Elsie Hill.

Education

Bachelor, American Baptist College, Nashville, 1970. Master of Divinity, Memphis Theological Seminary, 1979. Doctor Ministry, Louisville Presbyterian Seminary, 1989.

Career

Pastor Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1971-1976. Staff writer Nannie Helen Bourroughs School, Washington, 1972-1976. Writer "The Informer" Sunday School Public Board, Nashville, 1980-1989.

Dean Memphis Sunday School and Baptist Training Union Congress, 1990-1996. Professor Le Moyne College-Owen College, Memphis, since 1990. Funeral director Research.S. Lewis & Sons Funeral Home, since 1995.

Lecturer National Congress of Christian Education, 1989.

Membership

Member Shelby County Interfaith, Memphis, 1990, Progressive National Convention, Washington, 1970, National Conference Black Churchmen, Washington, 1976. Member Tennessee Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Memphis Baptist Minister's Association, Operation People United to Save Humanity, Masons.

Connections

Married Doris Thomas, November 24, 1984. 1 child, Alfred DeWayne World War II.

father:
Frances Hill

mother:
Elsie Hill

spouse:
Doris Thomas