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Frank G. Coffin

Clergyman , educator

Frank G. Coffin, American clergyman, educator. Mason.

Background

Coffin, Frank G. was born on June 14, 1874 in Marshall Company, Iowa, United States. Son of George Hartman and Joanna (Maronda) Coffin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Legrand (Iowa) Christian Institute, 1897. A.M., Iowa Christian College, Legrand, 1899. Doctor of Divinity, Palmer College, Albany, Missouri, 1907.

Career

John H. Randall), Marie Florence (Mistress Ephraim E. Wylie). Ordained ministry Christian Church, 1891. Pastor successively Chelsea, Iowa, Montezuma, Iowa, Madrid, Iowa, Dayton, O., Albany, New York, until 1919.

President Palmer College, 1919-1928. Associate editor The Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty, also pastor Congressional-Christian Federated Church, Columbus, Ohio, since 1928. Co-moderator General Council of Congressional-Christian Churches.

Moderator Central Ohio Congressional-Christian Association. President Ohio Pastors’ Conference President General Convention Christian Church in the United States and Canada. Vice president Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America.

Trustee World’s Christian Endeavor Union.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Church Facing the Future, 1922.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Lula May Klump, November 15, 1894. Children: Ruth Mabel (wife of Doctor.

father:
George Hartman Coffin

mother:
Joanna (Maronda) Coffin

spouse:
Lula May Klump

child:
Ruth Mabel (wife of Dr Coffin