Alfredo Aeschlimann

(1904-1992). Educator, pastor, administrator. A native of Chile, he entered denominational service in the South American Division, where he labored many years. In 1955 he accepted the call of the Inter-American Division to serve as president of Antillian College in Cuba. He was there until 1961. He then became president of the Mexican Union, and in 1970 was called to be ministerial secretary of the Inter-American Division. While in this position he served one year as interim president of the Central American Union. After retirement in 1975 he remained active, assisting with the organization of the university at Montemorelos and also serving for a year as interim president of the Chile Union.

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

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