Homer Wilson Carpenter, American clergyman. Member International Convention, Disciples of Christ (acting president, 1932.
Carpenter, Homer Wilson was born on December 19, 1880 in Flemingsburg, Kentucky, United States. Son of John Simon and Julia Anne (Hughes) Carpenter.
Bachelor of Arts, Transylvania College, 1906, Doctor of Divinity, 1932. Student College of the Bible, 1899-1907.
Tevis (Mistress Leslie Preston Long). Ordained to the ministry of the Disciples of Christ Church, June 6, 1906. Pastor Louisville, after 1929.
Chaplain Chautauqua (New York) Institute, 1933-1936. Trustee Milligan College. Curator Transylvania College Board member Red Cross Home Board, Salvation Army, Louisville Council of Churches, State Social Agencies.
Engaged in governor publicity work. World War 1: served as director division of War Drives in Kentucky, World War 11. Republican of Disciples of Christ, World Organisation Churches, 1948.
Author: The Future Is Now.
Member International Convention, Disciples of Christ (acting president, 1932. Clubs: Rotary International (honorary life.