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Beatrice Neall was an Adventist missionary, educator, editor, and author. Her publications included two books, Bible study programs, and many articles. As one of very few Adventist women of her generation to hold a doctorate in religion, she was called upon to serve on a number of General Conference commissions including the Sanctuary Review Committee and the Commission on the Ordination of Women.

​Ralph Neall was an Adventist minister, administrator, and educator.

David Dee Rees, an Adventist educator, editor, and author, was born in Indiana on May 4, 1871.

Pearl Lane Rees, an Adventist educator and editor, was dean of women at Union College and Atlantic Union College for more than 25 years.

Ruth Caroline Lucas was a renowned educator, teacher, and president of the Seventh-day Adventist Business Educator’s Association.

Neil Wilson Rowland, an Adventist educator and administrator, was born in Singapore on July 5, 1919 to James Wilson and Gertrude Solomon Shaffer Rowland (1886–1968; 1886–1981).

Aubrey Henry Rulkoetter, an Adventist pastor, teacher, and administrator, was born on February 18, 1891, in Saint Louis, Missouri.

David Lawrence Show, an Adventist educator, taught physics and math at Gitwe College in Rwanda for three years before moving to Union College (Lincoln, Nebraska), where he taught physics, astronomy, and origins for 24 years.

George Preston Stone, an Adventist educator, taught in Adventist schools and served as an academy principal and conference education secretary for more than forty years.

Paul Lamont Thompson, an Adventist educator and administrator, left the Adventist Church in 1931 after having served as president of two Adventist colleges.

Union College is a co-educational liberal arts baccalaureate college in Lincoln, Nebraska, founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1891. The college has continuously operated on the same site and under the same name since it was founded.

Robert William Woods, an Adventist educator and physicist, served as president of Union College and acting president of Antillean Union College, among other academic positions.

Frank Herman Yost was an Adventist minister, historian, seminary professor and Liberty magazine editor.

​Henry Alan Zuill, renowned biologist, teacher, and author, was born, along with his twin brother Charles Vincent, in Paget, Bermuda, on December 24, 1935, to Alan James Zuill and Lilla Hodsdon Frith (1895–1893; 1896–1985).