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Minister

Wesley Vinton Hromatko, American Minister. Ordained to ministry Unitarian Universalist Association, 1973. Recipient Entemann Ohanian award, 1975.

Background

Hromatko, Wesley Vinton was born on October 2, 1947 in Slayton, Minnesota, United States. Son of Annel Jay and Maybelle (Moffatt) Hromatko.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, University Minnesota, 1969. Master of Arts, Meadville Theological School, Chicago, 1971. Doctor of Ministry, Meadville Theological School, Chicago, 1973.

Career

Assistant minister, 3d Unitarian Church, Chicago, 1972-1973; assistant minister, Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1972-1973; minister, Abraham Lincoln Fellowship, Springfield, Illinois, 1972-1973; minister, Oaklandon (Indiana) Universalist Church, 1973-1975; minister, 1st Unitarian Church, Hobart, Indiana, 1975-1982; minister, All Souls Church, Braintree, Massachusetts, 1982-1985; board directors, chairman rligious education, Church of the Larger Fellowship, Boston, 1983-1986; associate minister, Church of Larger Fellowship, Boston, since 1985; minister, 1st Congressional Parish, Unitarian, Petersham, Massachusetts, 1987-1990. Chaplain Oaklandon Volunteer Fire Department, 1973-1974. Member independent justice project Unitarian-Universalist Svc.

Committee, 1973-1974. Member Indiana Unitarian-Universalist Legislation Conference, 1973-1975. Trustee Chicago area Unitarian Universalist Council, 1976-1978.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Unitarian Universalist Association, 1973.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Appeal of the Irreligious, 1980.

Membership

Member advisory county Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, 1974-1975. Member Organisation for Better Austin, Chicago, 1972, Braintree History Society, 1983-1985, Protestant Social Superior vena cava syndrome Bureau, 1983-1985, North Braintree Civic Association,1984-1985, Petersham Arts Council, 1987-1990, History Society & Craft Center, Petersham Ecumenical Commission, Athol/Orange Food Bank, 1988-1989. Board directors Oaklandon Civc Association, 1974-1975, Eastern Lawrence Township Planning Commission, 1974-1975.

Member Prairie Group program committee Save the Dunes Council, 1973-1982, Hobart American Revolutionary Bicentennial Commission. Member American Civil Liberties Union (legal panel N.W. Indiana chapter 1982-1983), Unitarian-Universalist Mins. Association, Center Midwest Unitarian Universalist Min.'s Association (secretary 1976, 83-85), Connecticut Valley District Mins.

Association, Prairie Star District Mins. Association, Meadville Theological School Alumni Association (life, treasurer 1973-1975), University of Minnesota Alumni Assns. (life), Hobart Ministerial Association (past vice president) International Association Religious Freedom, Unitarian-Universalist Advance (former board directors, vice president), Universalist History Society, Indianapolis Mental HealthAssn., Americans United (teas.

Indianapolis 1974-1975), New England History Genealogical Society, Unitarian-Universalist Genealogical Society, Unitarian-Universalist History Society, North Quabbin Interfaith Clergy Association (past secretary 1988-1990), others.

Connections

father:
Annel Jay Hromatko

mother:
Maybelle (Moffatt) Hromatko