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Charles Shilling Kendall

clergyman

Charles Shilling Kendall, American clergyman. Recipient Goodwill Industries 30 Year award, 1968; Distinguished Alumnus award Boston University, 1964. Member council world service Methodist Church, 1952-1964; Member Arizona Governor Committee Youth Prison Reform, 1942-1944; member Coordinating Council Hollywood, 1958-1962.; Member Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho. Optimist, Lion.

Background

Kendall, Charles Shilling was born on April 12, 1905 in Fredericksburg, Indiana, United States. Son of Landy Haven and Pearl (Shilling) Kendall.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, DePauw University, 1927, Doctor of Divinity, 1945. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University, 1930, School of Theology and Ministry, 1930-1932, Doctor of Theology, 1942. Student Harvard, 1929-1930.

David Herbert, Southern California College Osteopathy, 1957. Doctor of Laws, Lincoln U., 1965.

Career

Ordained to ministry Methodist Church, 1925. Pastor in Maywood, Indiana, 1925-1928, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1928-1933, Los Angeles, 1933-1938, 38-42, Somerville, Massachusetts, 1938, Phoenix, 1942-1956, First Methodist Church, Hollywood, California, 1956-1970. Superintendent Tucson district Southern California-Arizona Conference, United Methodist Church, from 1970, trustee, 1954-1968.

Membership

Member council world service Methodist Church, 1952-1964. Member Arizona Governor Committee Youth Prison Reform, 1942-1944. Member Coordinating Council Hollywood, 1958-1962.

Member Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho. Optimist, Lion.

Connections

Married Mary Lous Travis, January 1, 1930. Children: Charles Travis, Margaret Ann, Philip Wesley.

father:
Landy Haven Kendall

mother:
Pearl (Shilling) Kendall

spouse:
Mary Lous Travis

children:
Charles Travis Kendall

Margaret Ann Kendall

Philip Wesley Kendall