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Clergyman , musician

George W. Rawlin, musician, clergyman. Ordained to ministry Evangelical Church Alliance, 1968. Director Reagan for President band, Atlanta, 1980. Member Christian Instrumental Directors Association, Music Educators National Conference, American String Association, Georgia Music Teachers Association, American Federation Musicians.

Background

Rawlin, George W. was born on May 3, 1947 in Warsaw. Son of Hubert L. and Esther H. (Wellman) Rawlin.

Education

Student, Asbury College, 1966. Student, LaSalle University, 1968.

Career

1st trumpeter, director Spurrlows, Taylor, Michigan, 1966-1972. Freelance trumpeter Atlanta, since 1972. Arranger, producer G. Rawlin Music, Fayetteville, Georgia, since 1972.

Minister, instructor music First Baptist Church Atlanta, since 1976. Founder, trumpeter Atlanta Trumpet Choir, 1973-1980. Founder, director George Rawlin Orchestra, Atlanta, since 1973, George Rawlin brass section, Atlanta, since 1973.

Assistant director Atlanta Pops, since 1976.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Evangelical Church Alliance, 1968.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Systematic Steps to Success, 1976. Producer: (albums) Friendship Force, 1985, Ralph Freeman, and numerous other gospel recordings.

Membership

Director Reagan for President band, Atlanta, 1980. Member Christian Instrumental Directors Association, Music Educators National Conference, American String Association, Georgia Music Teachers Association, American Federation Musicians.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel.

Connections

Married Eileen R. McKinney. Children: Brian David, Brandi Lynne, Julie Brooke.

father:
Hubert L. Rawlin

mother:
Esther H. (Wellman) Rawlin

spouse:
Eileen R. McKinney

child:
Brian David Rawlin

child:
Brandi Lynne Rawlin

child:
Julie Brooke Rawlin