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Clergyman

Frederick Keller Stamm, American clergyman. Member Abraham Lincoln Association Kappa Tau.; Mason (32°), Knight of Pythias.; Club: Irving.

Background

Stamm, Frederick Keller was born on September 27, 1886 in Millheim, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John William (physician) and Annie Elizabeth (Keller) S.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Franklin and Marshall College (Pennsylvania), 1907. Student Eastern Theological Seminary, 1907-1910. Doctor of Divinity, Piedmont College (Georgia), 1936.

Career

Ordained ministry Reformed Church in the United States, 1910. Reformed Church pastorates at South Bend, Vandergrift, Butler and Reading (Pennsylvania), and Dayton, O., 1910-1929. Pastor Clinton Avenue Congressional Church, Brooklyn, 1929-1943.

Minister First Congressional Church, Chicago, 1943-1949. Exchange pastor England and Scotland, 1935.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Through Experience to Faith, 1932. The Conversations of Jesus, 1939. Good News for Bad Times, 1941.In the Shadow of the Cross, 1942. Seeing the Multitudes, 1943. Contributor to mags.Radio preacher National Broadcasting Company program Highlights of the Bible, 1930-1949. Keeping Men on Their Feet, 1948. If This Be Religion, 1950.Contributor to mags.

Membership

Member Abraham Lincoln Association Kappa Tau. Mason (32°), Knight of Pythias. Club: Irving.

Connections

Married Mary Montgomery Griffith, June 29, 1910. Children: Mary, Elizabeth (Mistress.

father:
John William Stamm

spouse:
Mary Montgomery Griffith

child:
Mary Stamm

child:
Elizabeth (Mrs Stamm