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Clergyman

Clifton Lefevre Fowler was an American clergyman.

Background

Fowler, Clifton Lefevre was born on August 7, 1882 in Kirksville, Missouri, United States. Son of Theodore and Ida Louise (Overton) Fowler.

Education

Student of Perry School Oratory and Dramatic Art, St. Louis, 1902. Student of William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri, 1906-1912.

Career

Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1905. Pastor successively Pear Park, Colorado, Drexel, Missouri, Osborn, Missouri, Blue Springs, Missouri, 1909-1913. Dean Denver Bible Institute, 1914-1913, president, 1924-1937, president emeritus, since 1937.

Pastor Church of Open Bible (now Berean Fundamental Church), Denver, 1922-1940. President Institute Public Company, also editor Grace and Truth (magazine), 1922-1940. Vice-president Indiana Fundamental Churches American 1930-1933.

Radio Bible teacher, 1930-1932, 34-35. President Berean African Mission, 1934-1937, Doulos Christian Activities, Inc., 1950-1952.

Connections

Married Angie Luella Anderson, May 22, 1912. Married second, Rose Encinas, October 22, 1959.

father:
Theodore Fowler

mother:
Ida Louise (Overton) Fowler

spouse:
Angie Luella Anderson

spouse:
Rose Encinas