Howard Shull

(1894-1970). Missionary, manager, treasurer. He was a native of Burlington, New Jersey. In 1920 he married Verna Stowe, and soon after they sailed for China, where he served as manager of the Chiao Tou Tseng Training Institute and Shanghai Publishing Association for 20 years. At the outbreak of World War II the couple returned to the United States, where he served as manager of Southwestern Junior College for more than six years. After a year as treasurer of the Hawaiian Mission, he became business manager of Pacific Union College, serving in that capacity for 12 years. Upon retirement he was invited to connect with the Pacific Union Conference as associate auditor. He served in this position for two years.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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