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Lay church worker , History educator

Philip Dean Jordan, American history educator, lay church worker. New York State Regents scholar, 1959-1963, tuition scholar University Rochester, 1963-1965; Teaching fellow New York State College, 1963-1965, All University Teaching Research fellow, 1968-1969, National Endowment of the Humanities fellow, 1980, 86—; Western State College Foundation grantee, 1984.


Jordan, Philip Dean was born on November 23, 1940 in Copaigue, Long Island. Son of Arthur Mason and Emily (Denton) Jordan.


Bachelor, Alfred University, 1963. Master of Arts, University Rochester, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Iowa, 1971.


Elder, Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Gunnison, Colorado, 1977-1979;vice president, Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Gunnison, Colorado, 1979-1980;president, Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Gunnison, Colorado, 1980-1981;professor of history, Hastings (Nebraska) College, since 1985. Member Episcopal Diocesan Ecumenical Council, Colorado, 1985, 1st St. Paul'sLuth. Church, Hastings, since 1987.

Visiting associate professor department history and Sch.Religion, U. Iowa, 1979, 87.



Trustee Campus Ministry, Western State College Colorado, Gunnison, 1972. Delegate State Democratic Convention, Colorado, 1972, 74. Member American Academy Religion (treasurer Rocky Mountain-Great Plains regional conference 1979-1985), History Science Society, Colorado Association University Press (trustee), Organization American Historians, American History Association, American Society Church History, Phi Alpha Theta.


Married Kay Irene Kirkpatrick, June 22, 1968. Children: Anne Katherine, Mead Mason.

Arthur Mason Jordan

Emily (Denton) Jordan

Kay Irene Kirkpatrick

Anne Katherine Jordan

Mead Mason Jordan