Walter Moffett

(1879-1976). Born in Townsend, Delaware, he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist truth as a youth and was baptized in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1897. After working for a time as a literature evangelist, he attended Battle Creek College and Mount Vernon Academy, graduating from Mount Vernon College. He entered the church ministry in 1905 and a year later was united in marriage to Mable Kennedy. He was ordained at the Ohio camp meeting in 1911. During his years of service he was successively elected to the presidency of eight conferences—Virginia, New Jersey, Maine, Massachusetts, Southern New England, West Virginia, Chesapeake, and West Pennsylvania. He also served as president of the East Canadian Union Conference and as dean of the School of Theology at Washington Missionary College, now Co...

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

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