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Clergyman

Henry Paul Guinotte, American clergyman. Ordained to ministry United Presbyterian Church in United States of America, 1956. Named Lion of Year, 1976; recipient joint resolution of commendation Alaska Legislature, 1986, Excellency in Ministry award Dubuque Seminary, 1991.

Background

Guinotte, Henry Paul was born on June 16, 1930 in Omaha. Son of Henry P. and Pearl (Eisele) Guinotte.

Education

Bachelor, Hastings College, 1953. Bachelor's Degree, University Dubuque, 1956.

Career

Pastor, Divide Center, Lyons, Nebraska, 1955-1960;pastor, Presbyterian Church, Craig, Nebraska, 1955-1960;pastor, Neola (Iowa) Presbyterian Church, 1960-1966;pastor, Cedar Bluffs (Nebraska) Presbyterian Church, 1966-1972;pastor, United Protestant Church, Palmer, Alaska., 1972-1990. Director youth caravans, Nebraska and Alaska, 1963-1974. Member Northwest mission evangelism committee Synod of Alaska, since 1975.

Member camp and conference committee Synod of Iowa,1962-1966. Director Alaska youth teams Wellington Church Scotland, Glasgow, 1983-1991.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry United Presbyterian Church in United States of America, 1956.

Membership

Organizer, teacher, director volunteer rescue squads Neola Fire Department, 1961-1966, Cedar Bluffs Fire Department, 1967-1972. Member Palmer City Council, 1991. Mayor City of Palmer, 1995.

Member Rotary (Paul Harris fellow 1990).

Connections

Married Martha Jean Marling, June 7, 1953. Children: Diana, Henry.

father:
Henry P. Guinotte

mother:
Pearl (Eisele) Guinotte

spouse:
Martha Jean Marling

child:
Diana Guinotte

child:
Henry Guinotte