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Minister

Walter Maxwell Gibson was an American chemist.

Background

Gibson, Charles Walter was born on February 16, 1930 in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States.

Education

He studied at Southern Utah University and the University of Utah. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley where he studied under Glenn T. Seaborg.

Career

Pastor, Graceland Baptist Church, Clayville, Virginia, 1951-1953;pastor, Cosby Memorial Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia, 1953-1961;pastor, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Manassas, Virginia, 1961-1966, 67-71;pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Chapel now Lyndale Baptist Church, Richmond, 1966-1967;pastor, Oak Grove Baptist Church, Richmond, 1971-1978;pastor, Wilroy Baptist Church, Suffolk, Virginia, 1978-1981;pastor, Amelia Baptist Church, Amelia Court House, Virginia, 1981-1987;pastor, Woodbine Baptist Church, Manassas, 1987-1992;intentional interim pastor, Cornerstone Baptist Church, Falmouth, Virginia, 1992-1994;intentional interim pastor, Kentwood Heights Baptist Church, Quinton, Virginia, 1994-1996;intentional interim pastor, Hillcrest Baptist Church, Mechanicsville, Virginia, 1996-1997;international interim pastor, Mechanicsville Baptist Church, since 1997. Participant numerous missions. Chaplain Prince William County Hospital, Manassas, 1969-1971, Chippenham Hospital, Richmond, 1973-1978, Louise Obici Memorial Hospital, 1979-1981, associate chaplain Chippenham Hospital, 1992-1996.

Sunday school superintendent Potomac Association, 1971, vice moderator, 1971. Member teaching staff Eagle Eyrie Sunday school and Church Training.

Membership

Trustee Children's Home of Virginia Baptist, Inc., since 1996. President Woodstock Civic Association. Officer local Parent-Teachers Association.

Member education committee Richmond chapter National Foundation Ileitis and Colitis. Member police chaplaincy program Suffolk PoliceDept., 1980. Member Executive Committee and commission on public education Alcohol-NarcoticsEdn.

Council, Inc. of Virginia Churches. Moderator Amelia Interfaith Council, 1982-1984, 86-87. Coordinator chaplaincy program Prince William Hospital, 1988-1992;commissioner Prince William Commision on the Future, 1989-1990.

Board directors Coalition of Human Superior vena cava syndrome, 1990-1992, Prince William Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Program, 1990-1992.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: boating, camping, hiking, motorcycling, sports.

Connections

Married Reva Jean Taylor, June 16, 1951. Children: Charles Michael, Stephen Taylor, Dwayne Watkins.

spouse:
Reva Jean Taylor

child:
Charles Michael Gibson

child:
Stephen Taylor Gibson

child:
Dwayne Watkins Gibson