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Clergyman , lecturer

Clarence Earl Hoon, American clergyman, lecturer. Member Portland Area Council; member interdenominational committee Seattle Community Chest; Mason.

Background

Hoon, Clarence Earl was born on October 31, 1880 in West Middleton, Indiana, United States. Son of Francis Theodore and Hester Elizabeth (Quick) Hoon.

Education

Descendant of Priscilla Alden, also William the Conqueror. Attended Kokomo High School. Special student Northwestern University.

Student Garrett Bible Institute, 1910. Doctor of Letters, Lincoln Memorial U., 1928. Doctor of Divinity, Morningside College, 1928.

Career

Ordained ministry Methodist Episcopal Church, 1897. Pastor successively at Bayard, Clay City (Illinois), Greenstone Church (Chicago), Aurelia, Manson, First Church, Sioux City (all of Iowa), Hyde Park Church of Cincinnati (built Hyde Park Temple), First Church of Seattle, Washington, 1929-1932, Nardin Park Methodist Episcopal Church, Detroit, since 1932. Special lecturer for United States Treasury Department during World War.

Lecturer for Associated Advertising Clubs of the World.

Membership

Member Portland Area Council. Member interdenominational committee Seattle Community Chest.

Connections

Married Fannie Ruth Waitman, January 23, 1900. Children: Bessie Fvalynola, Paul Waitman.

father:
Francis Theodore Hoon

mother:
Hester Elizabeth (Quick) Hoon

spouse:
Fannie Ruth Waitman

child:
Paul Waitman Hoon

child:
Bessie Fvalynola Hoon