C. Paddock

(1891-1972). Author, publishing house manager. A native of Illinois, Paddock assumed the support of his mother at an early age after the death of his father. In his early teens he began selling Seventh-day Adventist literature, thereby earning scholarships for his education at Emmanuel Missionary College. His first work following graduation was as a secretary to Dr. David Paulson. After his marriage in 1915 he and his wife moved to Grand Rapids, where he became manager of the West Michigan Book and Bible House and later the East Michigan Book and Bible House. When the Review and Herald opened its branch in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1920, Elder Paddock was called as manager. He served there until 1928. In Oshawa he served the Canadian Watchman Press, first as Book Department manager, and later...

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

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