Log In

Philip Louis Frick Edit Profile

Clergyman

Philip Louis Frick was an American clergyman and a Member of Beta Theta Pi. Indiana; Mason (Grand Chaplain New York State Grand Lodge).

Background

Frick, Philip Louis was born on January 20, 1874 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of Conrad and Fredericka (Hecken) Frick.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Denver, 1897. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University of School of Theology, 1901. Studied abroad, 1901-1902.

Doctor of Philosophy., Boston University, 1905. Doctor of Divinity, Denver U., 1910.

Career

Mistress Hugh R. McKean). Ordained ministry Methodist Episcopal Church, 1902. Pastorates, Westfield, Massachusetts, 1907-1912, Delaware Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, Buffalo, 1913-1917, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Schenectady, New York, 1921-1929, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Cohoes, New York, since 1930.

President New York State Council of Churches Delaware to Mechanical Engineering General Conference, 1916, 24, 28.

Membership

Member Beta Theta Pi. Indiana; Mason (Grand Chaplain New York State Grand Lodge).

Connections

Married Ruth Rishell, of Boston, October 1, 1902.

father:
Conrad Frick

mother:
Fredericka (Hecken) Frick

spouse:
Ruth Rishell