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Blaine Evron Kirkpatrick

Clergyman

Blaine Evron Kirkpatrick, American clergyman. Fellowship, 1936-1937; Member Joint Committee on United Youth Program, 1934-1936.; Member Indiana Christian Youth Council, 1939-1943; Member The Wranglers, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Kirkpatrick, Blaine Evron was born on October 15, 1887 in Raub, Indiana, United States. Son of Truman and Emma (Shonkwiler) Kirkpatrick.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Northwestern University, 1910, Master of Arts, 1912. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1912, Doctor of Divinity, 1925. Doctor of Divinity, Williamette U., 1923.

Career

Entered ministry Methodist Episcopal Church, 1911. Successively pastor Trinity Church, South Bend, Indiana, First Church, Crawfordsville and College Avenue Church, Greencastle, until 1920, First Church, Salem, Oregon, 1920-1925. Assistant secretary, board education Methodist Episcopal Church, in charge Young People’s Work, 1925-1936.

Secretary Christian Cooperative.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Young People’s Work for Young People, 1924. Adventures in Christian Leadership, 1930.

Membership

Fellowship, 1936-1937. Member Joint Committee on United Youth Program, 1934-1936. Member Indiana Christian Youth Council, 1939-1943.

Member The Wranglers, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Vernia Marks, June 26, 1912 (died June 30, 1937).; married second, Lois Wentworth, July 18, 1938. Children: Blaine Truman, Mary Esther, Virginia Lois.

father:
Truman Kirkpatrick

mother:
Emma (Shonkwiler) Kirkpatrick

spouse:
Vernia Marks

spouse:
Lois Wentworth

child:
Blaine Truman Kirkpatrick

child:
Mary Esther Kirkpatrick

child:
Virginia Lois Kirkpatrick