Earl Hackman

(1898-1951). Conference administrator, home missionary leader. Upon graduation from the Mount Vernon Academy in 1918, he entered home missionary work, first as an assistant secretary and later as secretary of the department in the Ohio Conference (1919-1920). Still later he served as home missionary secretary of the Southeastern Union (1920-1924) and as assistant and associate home missionary secretary of the General Conference (1924-1934). After that he served as president of the Southeastern California Conference (1934-1940), the Northern California Conference (1940-1943), the Southern Union (1943-1947), and the Inter-American Division (1947-1950).

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

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